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Thebridge is an EchoLink-compatible conference bridge that runs under FreeBSD, Linux, QNX, Windows and hopefully most other POSIX-compatible operating systems. EchoLink is a VoIP system used by Ham radio operators.

Operating Systems

Recent releases

  •  02 May 2003 17:43

    Release Notes: This release adds a number of minor enhancements and bugfixes. The most notable new feature of general interest is probably the implementation of a timeout timer. Most of the enhancements improve the ability to configure thebridge to operate properly in complex environments, such as local networks behind NAT firewalls, and on multi-homed hosts.

    •  23 Dec 2002 22:06

      Release Notes: The primary new feature of this release is the ability to run the bridge as an NT service under Windows 2000 and later. A number of bugfixes and enhancements have also been made to the file playback code for both Windows and *nix platforms. Minor new features include the ability to play a welcome message to users when they connect to the conference and the ability to display user's information (brag) sheets.

      •  20 Sep 2002 23:35

        Release Notes: The primary new feature is the capability to link multiple conferences. There are lots of small changes including the ability to set the banner area from the configuration file. A bug that caused a crash when a user disconnect while playing back a bulletin has been fixed.


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