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Skype Problem ON even when OFF: Type /showplaces to a chat box to show the devices you are logged on. Type /remotelogout to remotely log you off from the other devives. Type /showplaces again to check


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Usually a VoIP phone has two ethernet RJ-45 ports. One of them connects to the existing LAN using a cable that goes to the female RJ-45 on the wall, let's call it "External" and the other one using another cable that connects to your PC, that we are going to call "Internal". The VoIP phone has an Ethernet switch inside, this switch allows the traffic ...


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On my iMac using Yosemite 10.10.3: Open System Preferences application. Select Sharing. Set the window as shown below. Plug device in to ethernet port. BTW, the iMac acts like a router.


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You can use openvpn with free vpns ( www.vpngate.net/en ) or hidemyass vpnservice. The latter will be more reliable. I don't think your provider has any right to sanction you for using skype etc. Is that explicitly stated in you contract? Edit: You can instaroot it with towelroot, just remember to use something akin to supersu to prevent disarray. But why ...


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You cannot find the information because you, or possibly some optical character recognition process, have mis-spelled them. They are IAX (the inter-Asterisk exchange protocol, designed for communication between Asterisk systems as the name suggests) and IAX2 (version 2).


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No, a VPN is not at all necessary. In a lower security set up, you can simply supply users with an extension, a DID, and a password, and they'll be able to make and receive calls from any internet connection (including their mobile phones while connected via wifi). Keep in mind, you'll need to purchase service and DID (Direct Inward Dial) #'s from a SIP ...


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Not only the ports which SIP users (typically 5060 and 5061) will need to be routed though the switches to the dark fiber, but also the RTP voice streams which can be on any ports between 10000 - 20000 . Your voice system administrator can advise what ports were assigned for RTP. And, to reward those of us who spend our time to provide answers, please ...


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I did setup RasPBX on my Raspberry Pi and I really like it. I didn't try to setup fax on it, but I saw option in documentation. Forwarding should work fine too, I forward all phone calls from G voice to my Russian cell phone thru another (Multifon-Megafone) sip provider.


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DTMF are dual-tone analogic tones, analogic phones can send/transport/receive them easily because the tones are in a frequency range that phone systems are capable to handle. VoIP systems are different, they use codecs to convert voice to data packages. Some of the codecs don't compress audio but most of them do. When you take some audio (usually human ...


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Each country has it's own top level "regulator" that is responsible for telphone number management. In Germany it is the Bun­desnet­za­gen­tur is responsible for structuring the national numbering space, setting the conditions for allocating and using numbers, and processing applications for numbers and number blocks. In the UK it is Ofcom This ...


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See in particular the last step below "Port forwarding- Configuring port forwarding on your router can be beneficial and resolve many NAT related one-way audio issues". You made need to port forward or port trigger (port triggering is better) the ports used for SIP Signalling and Audio RTP. As a list resort put the VoIP phone in a DMZ. Source Solve One ...


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What ports do I need to port trigger or forward in my router? Reference Linphone Dcumentation ##SIP settings [sip] #SIP port used sip_port=5060 ## RTP settings [rtp] #Audio RTP (UDP) port audio_rtp_port=7078 #Video RTP (UDP) port video_rtp_port=9078 Reference Linphone FAQ Does linphone work behind firewalls ? What are the ports used ? Yes it ...


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It depends a bit on what you want to achieve how you go about doing things. You can hook up hardware (like an old analogue phone) and use an asterisk module to send commands to it which then effectively sms from a phone. Some mobile companies offer an analogue line dial in service with an anologue modem (remember those?!) hanging off the back of them ...



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