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Web Call Server 5

Flashphoner | 5.2.944-systemd246

Linux/Unix, Amazon Linux 2 (Karoo) - 64-bit Amazon Machine Image (AMI)

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    Mark

I like it

  • July 12, 2021
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I rarely write reviews, but the guys saved me from many hours of development and thanks to them I won the competition.

I needed a solution that would allow real-time monitoring of the robot's work. The open source solution did not help - the CPU was heavily loaded, I had no time to develop my own. Therefore, WebCallServer was my salvation.

This is not a finished product that you take and use, it is like a constructor. Using it as a basis, you can build your project. To work, of course, you need knowledge and skills to work with Linux and AWS, but it's easier than developing your own product for transmitting video from a camera on a robot to the Internet.

Special respect for forum support and documentation. Everything is clear and detailed. Even a completely newbie in IT can figure it out if he wants to.

What I didn’t like was the almost complete absence of the admin interface. The admin interface only allows you to add SSL certificates. All other settings (and there are quite a few of them) must be done in the configuration files. This apparently remained from the open source, and is not very convenient, you can make a mistake when typing and the server does not start. It would be much better to mark the necessary checkboxes and that's it.


    Cohen

Web Call Server 5 is a nightmare and doesn't work

  • May 27, 2021
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Web Call Server 5 is not ready for production and doesn't work.
We could not deploy a workable RTMP or TURN/STUN signal/relay for our Live video streaming app.
There is no free trial so you will be CHARGED for testing this terrible software. It was a nightmare deploying, testing and trying to installing encryption certificate like Letsencrypt. etc. You must be an experience EC2 User before testing this. It was a complete waste of time and money.


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