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  2. Hi, We have upgraded to 63.0.3 on our development pbx and this is still faulty. The phone is provided with an certificate error:
  3. Today
  4. Done it! Thank You, it was a bad ' " ' locations.... i will need to see if a script could be created or so Thank You! -M
  5. Hi I have opened remote public server firewall port 42000 for both TCP and UDP, and make Vodia to listen to port 42000 as well. Redirected the DID to Conference to set MOH source, and this is set. Dont know what to place in moderator user/pass or is it something that it also needs to be sent from VLC Im trying this without luck: vlc http://icecast2server/audio.mp3(or .aac) --loop --norm-max-level=5 --sout='#transcode{acodec=ulaw,samplerate=8000,channels=1,ab=16}:rtp{dst="x.x.x.x",port-audio=42000}' Hope this helps -M
  6. Thank You for the information. Im planning to setup Vodias at customers sides. instead of appliances from GS, i will begin using Vodias-PBX (small appliance) soon. But in this particular case, where i dont really using Vodia locally, instead im using it as a SSwitch, i would like to include a way to call and listen to audio feed stream.. I will try that up, keep you posted. Thank You Very Much. PS: Oh is it a way to make that code to run as a service somehow? like converting it to an .exe and then added to the windows svcs? -M
  7. Hi, Murarano The Vodia PBX is just receiving a stream from a source, if you put a call on hold you will hear that stream. You can stream in the AA under IVR and choose the stream avaible and it's also avaiabel for the confrence room as well under the MOH drop down.
  8. Hi Morning... This is a really VERY USEFUL INFORMATION TIP Would be possible to use it also, as sending a call to specific extension, IVR or conference to use it as live streaming via phone? Thank You guys! Really!
  9. Thank You Both! Yes, you were correct, testing and testing, it ended up using (UTC-04:00) Georgetown, La Paz, Manaus, San Juan And now, things seen accordingly ! Great! Thank You! -M
  10. VodiPBX listens on the RTP port you specify, BUT it only starts listening when you put a call on hold. Stream via VLC using: vlc http://[shoutcastip]:[shoutcastport] --loop --norm-max-level=5 --sout='#transcode{acodec=ulaw,samplerate=8000,channels=1,ab=16}:rtp{dst=[vodia IP],port-audio=[vodia MOH PORT]]
  11. Chiming in... The call log timezone depends on the browser - the PBX sends it in GMT and then the browsers job is to show this in the local time zone. It is actually easy and browsers are good in calculating the local time.
  12. The call logs that has been written until this point will not change (as far as we know). Have you restarted the PBX to make sure the settings take effect?
  13. Was this the new PBX that you downloaded? What version was that? Also, we see that it's a test license you can always go get a new one form out portal if needed.
  14. we have set up a new system and have downloaded the license, added it to the required field and saved. Nothing happens and it shows unlicensed. On checking the logfile we see the following? 12:20:03.590 GENE: Received geo location AU [5] 12:31:56.766 GENE: License: Activate license with code 5WERW52YXG1H [0] 12:31:57.872 GENE: License: The license 5WERW52YXG1H does not cover version 62.0 what does the above mean that the license does not cover version 62.0?
  15. I managed to try everything safe i could. But still Vodia showing wrong time (1 hour ahead) I even setted up with NTP server: pr.pool.ntp.org + port 123. Windows update and sync time fine. But still no luck showing any different time under Call Logs in Vodia GUI. Will erasing the whole calls history fix this? Thank You -M
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  17. I found out that blanking the NTP Port and clicking outside, it brings on the NTP server field. I wrote there time.windows.com from ntp.vodia.com, but it seems that it will require to restart the VodiaPBX Server, since several other Item field got a green arrow at the side.. -M
  18. I am not using phones.. im using the GUI to check this out, Looking at the Inbound/outbound calls that are listed on Vodia Status+Call Logs or Vodia Status+Call Logs Show wrong time of the call event. Phones behind the far-end PBX are working normally with correct time locally. (There is no physical phones connected to Vodia) The problem is the listing on GUI.
  19. You need to re-provision the phones after that point.
  20. Huh! funny, somehow and suddenly, NTP server section, appeared from no where after i try entering and deleting some data in that field of NTP Port Now, its gone again, but i saw ntp.vodia.com there.. but again, it got hidden.
  21. Edit the NTP port and you'll get it. Make sure that NTP port is open on your firewall.
  22. In fact, i dont have the second option NTP server on that configuration page. Hope this helps !
  23. Oh ! im sorry, i thought that was reffering to the path on hard disk That section is emtpy. but i can go ahead and try time.windows.com ? -Thank You
  24. Not sure what you are referring to, but we're talking about this:
  25. I thought or im thinking that i can use that APP (PAGMOH) to inject that to same machine+port and then catch it in same port. Maybe i have that wrong.. -M
  26. Thank You, I did try that, but it seems that i cannot use and URL there.. to feed the section. It seems that i need to be running some kind of decoder withing the network or same machine. But, in my case, i have the Vodias, on a remote public/static IP address network (cloud based), but i do have icecast and wowza servers at other public servers too. Hope this helps. -M
  27. Noup, dont seems to have that file on >vodia networks\vodia pbx\>
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