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Hi, I have big query. Please guide me. Using RTP protocol i have to develop convert raw binary to WAV format when two way voice communication from one computer to another computer using RTP servlet program. If you have any sample source code it will help me.I hope will get reply. Thank you
 
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Welcome to JavaRanch.

I doubt that servlets will play any role in implementing RTP functionality. They use the HTTP protocol, which not only has nothing to do with RTP, but also has a request/response model that is rather different from RTP.

I'll move this to the Socket/Networking forum, where you may get better responses. It would also help to know what you have so far, and what specifically you're wondering about.
 
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I'm under the impression that Servlets as defined by javax.servlet are not specific to one protocol, and therefore could be extended to cover RTP.
I'm aware of only one protocol that servlets have been extended to: HTTP, as defined in javax.servlet.http.
If you were to extend javax.servlet for RTP, you would have to implement the container as well since all existing containers that I'm aware of use HTTP.
 
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