I need a Java-based cross-platform softphone. I have found several \nJava softphones by cruising the 'Net, but they all say they are for \nWindows only.\n \nBackground/Tale of Woe/Warning to the unwary: I intended to set up a \nVoIP \ncapability using an adapter and analog phone, so purchased a Linksys \nPAP2T-NA (the "NA" means it's unlocked), and opened an account with \nVOIPcheap; I configured the device according to the directions on \ntheir \nwebsite, and it worked quite well. Because of the limited and \ninconvenient \noptions for payment, I decided to switch to iConnect, which is really \nDelta3, using their Bring Your Own Device option. Through my own \ncarelessness, I did not realize that they were going to provision it, \nbut \nthey did -\- and from that moment on, the device is inoperable; they \nkilled it. The verdict of Linksys Tech Support is that it is not \nrepairable. \nThe Tech support people inspected my proof of purchase and determined \nthat they should replace it as defective, so passed me to the RMA team\n\nto coordinate the details. Those people checked the serial number, and\n\nnoticed that the device had been sold to Vonage (therefore was \nlocked), \nand I should take up replacement with Vonage customer service. Of \ncourse, Vonage is not going to be interested in replacing a \npirated/hacked/unlocked device. The store where I bought it \n(advertised \nas an "NA" unit and so described on the invoice), which is presumably \nthe place that busted the lock, and which is far away back in the US, \nhas \nso far failed to reply to my request for advice, and I doubt that he \nwill \nbe as broadminded as Linksys Tech Support. So I am up the creek \nwithout\nthe proverbial paddle as far as that adapter (pardon me, "Paper \nWeight") is \nconcerned, and will have to spring for a new one. Caveat, all you \npotential \nEmptors.\n \nI have found another provider, and he has sworn to me that he will not\ntry \nto configure it. Until I can get a new adapter, several weeks will go \nby, \nbut I could use this new service with a softphone. So to repeat the \nquery: \nDoes anyone know if there is a cross-platform Java-based softphone?