Interesting. Thank you for the link! I, however, do not think I have the
resource to get it to work on OpenBSD currently.
On Fri, Feb 23, 2018 at 8:49 AM, Stuart Henderson
On 2018-02-22, Marcus MERIGHI
> Hello Xianwen,
> xianwen.c...@nina.no<mailto:xianwen.c...@nina.no> (Xianwen Chen), 2018.02.22
> (Thu) 01:49 (CET):
>> I actually do not know. I just have this idea that I would like to use
>> my OpenBSD laptop as a mobile phone as well. I think there are USB
>> dongles that act as GSM network device. I am wondering if I could use
>> such a dongle to operate a SIM card on OpenBSD, to receive/send SMS
>> and to receive/make phone calls.
> regarding GSM phone calls: how is the sound going to get from the GSM
> device to your ears? And from your speech output device (aka mouth) to
> the GSM device?
> The way I'd try is: network connectivity via GSM modem, run VoIP/SIP
> over that. Have yourself connected to the phone world by some Provider.
You can get voice traffic out of some mobile devices, there is
http://wiki.e1550.mobi/doku.php?id=introduction which is a module for
asterisk (and then you could use a softphone like baresip on the same
No idea what is required to get it to work on OpenBSD though.