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  1. You didn't follow my instructions. I said "Place the "snom_D765.xml" file in the PBX \ html directory. If the html directory doesn't exist then create it." Both ver 4 and ver 5 have the /webpages directory, I never said place it in the /webpages directory. For the firmware files place them in the tftp directory and you can also place the firmware files in the /html directory and test to see if the phones will pull the firmware from the PBX tftp or html directories after you tell the PBX what path to get the firmware files from.
  2. Place the "snom_D765.xml" file in the PBX \ html directory. If the html directory doesn't exist then create it. That's how it was done in the ver 4.5 days, let me know if it works. I think you can upload the snom firmware files to the PBX \ tftp directory, if it doesn't exist then create it.
  3. Was anyone in the OS changing/updating the OS date/time? Or maybe a Linux system process is auto updating the system time? I've done this myself, I noticed my PBX time was off by like 3 minutes so I went into the PBX Linux and ran command to update the system time and then noticed the live calls got dropped and the call time length was like 10 hours for the call.....the call got dropped because my global max call time is set to 4 hours. Now I know to only update the OS/Linux time when no active/live calls are running.
  4. Hi Vodia PBX, So can you add this feature to the PBX? The limit your talking about doesn't help us at all because it's only if the customer makes a outbound call, we need a Domain Maximum call duration to control inbound & outbound. Thanks
  5. Hmmmm.....I didn't see this in the 5.2.2 release notes, If I hadn't read this post I wouldn't have know this new feature was added.
  6. If you don't want to wait for Vodia to add in the 10 hour setting I'm pretty sure you can do it via editing the web page and adding in the 10 option. I remember from back in the day when I needed longer time options for an ACD and Pradeep said you could just edit the web page and the software will use that new time setting.
  7. We have a hosted license. We have a mix of residential and business customers. All of our packages are "unlimited" talk time. Some of our residential customers like to call their spouse and stay on the phone after they have both fallen asleep - yes this happens a lot. We have the global setting "Maximum call duration:" set to 3 hours so it kills those types of calls but then our business customers in other Domains need longer call times. Using your method I don't think would even work - wouldn't the global setting "Maximum call duration:" set at 3 hours kill a call at the 3 hour mark even though you might have added outbound credits for a certain account? I think it would. Plus we don't use calling card accounts. Anyways that's not a solution for us or most other people that use this software, were not going to start developing some method of calling card accounts and distribute credits. We have been using the software from ver2 onwards and more and more of the "Global" settings have been moved into the "Domain" settings which makes the software more powerful. Please add my feature request to the wish list. Thanks
  8. Hi, Feature request - "Maximum call duration:" per Domain, not Global like it is now. Thanks
  9. Be careful with that feature - I believe it does more then reset their voicemail.
  10. The Record feature is a paid option - check your license to make sure you have it.
  11. So the pbx wont be using xml for its database anymore? What kind of database will it be using?
  12. Since ver 4 and up I think they use 2 cores, one core runs all the sip/calls and the second core handles other stuff like the web interface etc.
  13. voipguy

    DND grr

    Not sure what that "{ifn_button dnd none}" means.....I didn't modify any of that....I created a snom_7xx_custom.xml file and put in my 2 custom DND settings so when the snom 7XX phones do their PnP it won't add the *78/*79 to the Snom 7XX phones. I'm using ver 4.5 and I think your using ver 5.X.....not sure how much ver 5.X has changed or where you would setup a PNP setting to send a custom xml file to the 7XX phones.
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