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  1. Pablo


    I means that Activesync syncing failed.
  2. Ubuntu seems to attract a lot more of the newbies to the Linux world; so, I would often insert Ubuntu in the search terms when looking for answers to Debian questions--given that Ubuntu is based on Debian (eventually, I ended up simply using Ubuntu on all my systems--Ubuntu has some other fans in this forum, as well). In any event, to set a static IP address in Debian/Ubuntu, you simply need to edit /etc/network/interfaces, like so: # The loopback network interface auto lo iface lo inet loopback # The primary network interface auto eth0 iface eth0 inet static address xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx netmask gateway xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx dns-nameservers dns-domain xxx.com
  3. Does anyone have a reason to think that either of these might not hold up in a production environment; for, say, 5, 10 or 20-extension deployments? The Raspberry Pi (Model B'): $35 - Broadcom BCM2835 700MHz ARM1176JZFS processor with FPU and Videocore 4 GPU - 512MB RAM - Boots from SD card, running a version of Linux - 2 USB 2.0 sockets - 10/100 BaseT Ethernet socket BeagleBone Black: $45 - 1GHz AM3359 ARM Cortex-A8 processor - 512MB DDR3 (800MHz x 16) - 2GB on-board storage using eMMC - microSD card slot for additional storage - HS USB 2.0 Client Port, LS/FS/HS USB 2.0 Host Port - Ethernet - microHDMI - 2x 46 pin headers
  4. The Linksys SRW series, w/PoE, has worked well for us. Its reached its EOL and, unfortunately, I don't know if Cisco has replaced it w/a comparable series.
  5. @hosted, Would you mind sharing how you accomplish this?
  6. Depending on how many users require this, here's one possible word-around: If your phone can handle multiple extensions, you could assign multiple extensions to an individual user; license-imposed limits permitting. Then, assign a different ANI to each extension. The prospect of multiple VM boxes could be unattractive; but that could be addressed by creating a group mailbox. Obviously, this will not work if you have a license for ten extensions and you're already using 9 of them.
  7. Pablo


    What IP PBX software companies out there show "longevity and truly understand and listen" to the customer?
  8. Pablo


    Who... what... where... huh????? When did 5.0.10h get released?!
  9. On that note, is there a way to measure how far is "too far?" If so, are we looking to have the cloud server w/in a certain # of miles; or below a certain ping time; etc.? I ask b/c I recently stumbled upon a 'younger' cloud-hosting provider: DigitalOcean (aff. link). They're based out of New York, but also have data centers in San Francisco and Amsterdam. I'm located in Wisconsin, but I've been playing around with them b/c of their competitive rates (compared to Amazon, Linode, Rackspace, and others). Right now, I have a VPS w/1GB RAM and 30GB SSD for $10/mo. They also offer nodes @ other attractive price-points: $5/mo., $20/mo. (w/2GBs of RAM, 2 cores & 40GB SSD), $40/mo., and up. At those rates, putting as many customers up in the cloud as possible might be great; so long as quality isn't noticeably reduced. Netcraft released a recent report that details the history of DigitalOcean's (non-aff. link) rapid growth in comparison to other cloud hosting providers.
  10. 1.) sudo service snomone stop 2.) sudo rm /etc/init.d/snomone 3.) sudo rm -rf /usr/local/snomONE 4.) sudo update-rc.d snomone remove
  11. Sorry to throw out another question, as opposed to offering a concrete recommendation: In the scenario described by Carlos, does anyone view the cloud as a viable redundancy option?
  12. It's in the Provisioning section.
  13. Here's a random question: Would creating virtual hosts in Apache2, on ports 80 and 443, be a viable workaround?
  14. I'd imagine you could get it to work, if you matched up your model # w/the correct firmware per Polycom's SIP Downloads Matrix.
  15. Pablo

    Ubuntu Iptables

    Is someone willing to share how they configured their iptables? I'm trying to set 'em up on Ubuntu Server 12.04 LTS; for the first time on a linux distro. Particularly, do I need any other rules in addition to: sudo iptables -A INPUT -p tcp --dport [port] -j ACCEPT for ports 80, 443, 5060, 5061, 123, 389; and sudo iptables -A INPUT -p udp --dport [port] -j ACCEPT for ports 5060, 16384:16484 ????
  16. Are folks still using these steps to install snom ONE on Ubuntu? I ask b/c I noticed that the downloadable on the snom ONE wiki is no longer a .deb, but an install script instead. Earlier today, I was able to install Deb64 (the script figured it out automatically) on a 64-bit Ubuntu Server 12.04 LTS. Everything went smoothly; so smoothly, in fact, that the forces that be could not have allowed that to happen and now I find myself troubleshooting why I can no longer connect via the PBX's web portal and why I'm not able to terminate a test call.
  17. Here's one of my Dial Plans. In the Domain's General Settings, I have both the Country Code and Area Code set. Both CallCentric and Vitelity require numbers to be 11 digits, so the NANPA 11-digit setting is set accordingly on each trunk. If I dial xxx-xxxx, the PBX will add 1608xxxxxxx; If I dial 6089871234, the PBX simply adds a 1 and sends out 16089871234. Does this help? 20;-;;900*;;;false 25;-;;1900*;;;false 100;Vitelity;c;xxxxxxx;1608*;;false 110;CallCentric;c;xxxxxxx;1608*;;false 120;VoIP.ms;c;xxxxxxx;1608*;;false 140;Vitelity;c;xxxxxxxxxx;1*;;false 150;CallCentric;c;xxxxxxxxxx;1*;;false 160;VoIP.ms;c;xxxxxxxxxx;1*;;false
  18. I don't know if this is necessarily the best, for purposes of getting your feet wet; but here's a decent guide on deploying Microsoft's hypervisor: Building a Private Cloud VM Compute Foundation with the FREE Hyper-V Server 2012
  19. The Debian release on my SoHo is v5.0 ("lenny"); and, according to debian.org, security updates have been discontinued as of February 6th, 2012. Should we not upgrade to Debian 6.0 ("squeeze")? Isn't it risky to keep using lenny?
  20. Today, I realized I had never ran any OS/package updates on the SoHo, so I logged in as root and ran an apt-get update, but it returned the following error: W: Failed to fetch http://provisioning....one/Release.gpg Could not resolve 'provisioning.snomone.com' I then ran cat /etc/apt/sources.list and found the following address, among others: deb http://admin:snomONE...ne.com/packages snomone soho Is there a different/updated address for snomone soho packages that should be used, instead. Or, should we delete that address altogether? -Pablo
  21. In my SoHo's /generated/pbx/extention directory, I have: a snom_3xx_fkeys file w/the following parameters: <?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?> <functionKeys> <fkey idx="0" context="active" perm="RW">line</fkey> <fkey idx="1" context="active" perm="RW">line</fkey> <fkey idx="2" context="active" perm="RW">line</fkey> <fkey idx="3" context="active" perm="RW">line</fkey> <fkey idx="4" context="active" perm="RW">line</fkey> <fkey idx="5" context="active" perm="RW">line</fkey> <fkey idx="6" context="active" perm="RW">line</fkey> <fkey idx="7" context="active" perm="RW">line</fkey> <fkey idx="8" context="active" perm="RW">line</fkey> <fkey idx="9" context="active" perm="RW">line</fkey> <fkey idx="10" context="active" perm="RW">line</fkey> <fkey idx="11" context="active" perm="RW">line</fkey> </functionKeys> a snom_300_buttons file w/the following parameters: <?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?> <functionKeys> <fkey idx="0" context="active" perm="RW">button 1</fkey> <fkey idx="1" context="active" perm="RW">button 2</fkey> <fkey idx="2" context="active" perm="RW">button 3</fkey> <fkey idx="3" context="active" perm="RW">button 4</fkey> <fkey idx="4" context="active" perm="RW">button 5</fkey> <fkey idx="5" context="active" perm="RW">button 6</fkey> </functionKeys> and, a snom_300_fkeys file w/the following parameters: <?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?> <functionKeys> <fkey idx="dnd" context="active" perm="RW">button dnd</fkey> <fkey idx="0" context="active" perm="RW">line</fkey> <fkey idx="1" context="active" perm="RW">line</fkey> <fkey idx="2" context="active" perm="RW">keyevent F_REDIAL</fkey> <fkey idx="3" context="active" perm="RW">url</fkey> <fkey idx="4" context="active" perm="RW">keyevent F_TRANSFER</fkey> <fkey idx="5" context="active" perm="RW">keyevent F_MUTE</fkey> </functionKeys> It appears as though the snom_300_fkeys file is the one you're after.
  22. In the General Settings for each individual extension, put the main number in the ANI field.
  23. Under the Customize section, click on Templates; Type = Web Pages; Page = login.htm
  24. In the Dial Plan settings, make sure you leave the Service Flag field "unassigned." Or, in the alternative, create a specific entry for outbound calls when the Service Flag is activated.
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