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Hello all. I am working on a program that needs to receive and send UPD datapackets which contain RTP audio, from/to an internet appliance. Once I receive the packet (this part is working) I need to strip off the non-RTP header, then playback the audio.

What to use? I can't see in any of the doc that Java Sound supports RTP, and the all Java version of JMF doesn't seem to support audio capture for sending to the appliance.
Must be all Java as this will be a multi-platform program.

Any pointers? Glad I found the friendly JavaRanch, after the notSoFriendly BIG Java forum. Thanks for any tips.
 
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