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Is there any SIP-client for Ubuntu which has command-line interface? So, for example, I can make calls without using any GUI, just sending commands to the application.

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There are lot of sip clients which support command-line.

Pjsua is a sip client. check this for features of pjsua

You can download pjsua from here

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Exactly this https://docs-new.sipthor.net/w/sip_clients/sip_session/ from https://sipsimpleclient.org/

You only need to install sudo apt-get install sipclients

Check out the repos here: https://docs-new.sipthor.net/w/debian_package_repositories/

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you can do this with skype. see:

https://stackoverflow.com/questions/24480465/what-is-the-correct-com-skype-usage-with-linux

try:

skype --callto echo123
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  • Skype does not support SIP, so not really an answer to the OP. – Guss May 3 '17 at 10:15
  • @Guss it does answer the question of dialing from CLI... – Thufir Nov 16 '17 at 18:23
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    Please read the question again - it starts: "Is there any SIP-client for Ubuntu..." – Guss Nov 16 '17 at 18:47
  • @Guss please read the content and consider two points. fact: someone voted the silly answer up (you can cancel that out, of course) -- potentially that was the OP. Second, consider the x/y problem and the stated question. Whatevs. – Thufir Nov 17 '17 at 5:01

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