The Windows version of Axia's IP-Audio Driver now supports AES67. I'm not in the development chain at the Telos Alliance, but seems that since this code base now exists, it should be "easier" for the Linux driver to also support AES67.
FWIW, I have used AES67 in SIP Unicast mode quite successfully in the Windows version of the Axia IP-Audio driver. Best, Kirk On Sat, Feb 3, 2018 at 3:14 PM, Cowboy <c...@cwf1.com> wrote: > On Saturday 03 February 2018 02:22:30 pm li...@lokum.ro wrote: > > i will wait then and use one of the blades usb sound for now :) > > > > You could be waiting quite a while. > It's in process, but I wouldn't hold my breath. > Could be just a few months, or could be longer. > > -- > Cowboy > > http://cowboy.cwf1.com > > This Fortue Examined By INSPECTOR NO. 2-14 > _______________________________________________ > Rivendell-dev mailing list > Rivendellemail@example.com > http://caspian.paravelsystems.com/mailman/listinfo/rivendell-dev > > > -- > > -- Kirk A. Harnack, CBRE, CBNE k...@harnack.com http://twitter.com/kharnack https://www.facebook.com/kharnack http://www.youtube.com/kharnack
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