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WIP320 Skype phone hack to SIP phone?

Discussion in 'Other Firmware Projects' started by ggravier, Oct 24, 2007.

  1. ggravier

    ggravier Network Guru Member

    Hi!

    The Linksys WIP320 phone is a Skype phone... but it is reasonably cheap compared to normal SIP phones.

    Now, interestingly enough, the firmware for that WIP320 phone is GPL... and downloadable on Linksys' web site : ftp://ftp.linksys.com/opensourcecode/wip320/1.1.0.16/wip320_v1.1.0.16.zip

    Question... anybody heard of, or planning to work on, modifying that firmware to include a proper SIP client? That would probably make that phone the cheapest SIP phone on the market. Add to it a small web browser to authenticate on hotspots and you have a killer.

    So... anybody interested? :)

    Gilles.
     
  2. mstombs

    mstombs Network Guru Member

  3. ggravier

    ggravier Network Guru Member

    Which looks SUSPICIOUSLY like the WIP320. :)

    Gilles.
     
  4. Takenover83

    Takenover83 Guest

    I am going to tag this post.
    Here's to hoping someone smarter then myself, will release a hacked firmware for our wip320's. Hopefully with a mini web browser.
     
  5. rickdg28

    rickdg28 Guest

    I have the linksys WIP320 and have just taken a quick peek at the source code. It's built upon the Microwindows system, which is now called Nano-X. It's a really tiny window manager which implements both the Win32 and the X-Windows API. Furthermore it uses the ARM platform to program its environment. (correct me if I'm wrong)

    That's as far as I got in 15min. It must be possible to hack this firmware, however I don't quite know where to start, not being familiar with firmware hacking. But I do want to help wherever possible!
     
  6. I have a WIP320 also and would love to see a hack for it. I don't know anything about hacking one, but I'd be willing to learn or help if someone could show me how.
     
  7. niaz09

    niaz09 Addicted to LI Member

    heard of, or planning

    Question... anybody heard of, or planning to work on, modifying that firmware to include a proper SIP client? That would probably make that phone the cheapest SIP phone on the market. Add to it a small web browser to authenticate on hotspots and you have a killer.
     

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