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RAT is the premier open source voice-over-IP application. It allows users to particpate in audio conferences over the internet. These can be between two participants directly, or between a group of participants on a common multicast group. No special features are required to use RAT in point-to-point mode, but to use the multiparty conferencing facilities of RAT, all participants must reside on a portion of the Internet which supports IP multicast. RAT is based on IETF standards, using RTP above UDP/IP as its transport protocol, and conforming to the RTP profile for audio and video conference with minimal control. RAT features sender based loss mitigation mechanisms and receiver based audio repair techniques to compensate for packet loss, and load adaption in response to host performance. It runs on a range of platforms: FreeBSD, HP-UX, IRIX, Linux, NetBSD, Solaris, SunOS, and Windows 95/NT. The source code is publicly available for porting to other platforms and for modification by others. Note that RAT does not perform call services like user location, neither does it listen to session announcements to discover advertised multicast sessions. For these purposes, it is recommended you use RAT in conjunction with the Session Directory (SDR), or a similar application. See http://www-mice.cs.ucl.ac.uk/multimedia/software/rat XCAST6 transport is available in this version.
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