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  • Cisco VOip

    if one DhCP server is at head quarter one branch has SRST gateway it is connected through WAn only if Wan goes down then IP phone at branch will survive through SRST or Not

    jhdsdjksdsaljkljlkl10 pointsBadges:
  • Cisco VoIP phone DID not setup for outside calls?

    I have three Cisco 7940 VoIP phones I am trying to setup for new users. The phones won't receive calls from outside lines and only show the four digit extension on the screen rather than the entire phone number. I believe this is because the DIDs are setup for internal use. How can I verify that...

    Nhawkins5 pointsBadges:
  • Cisco 2960s switch port config voip with Avaya phone

    Need to know what the switch port configuration would look like for a cisco 2960s switch with an Avaya ip 9611G phone and pc connected to the phone.

    rsc11110 pointsBadges:
  • Who uses Gigabit Ethernet for IP Phones, is this just IT herd mentality?

    Looking at general VoiP deployment and IP telephones, I see a wide reference to Gigabit ethernet almost as if it is the standard interface. It is being specified in tender responses as a must have. Reality seems to indicate that Gigabit to the desktop is not standard and rarely used in enterprises...

    Etljnoy5 pointsBadges:
  • Asterisk setup options

    I am all-too-familiar with the Cisco CME/UC set-ups for VOIP, and have come across a lot of folks using Asterisk set-ups. My question is: what is the most popular (in use, supported, feature-filled) flavor of Asterisk currently?

    Sixball8,515 pointsBadges:
  • Cisco VOIP

    merging data and voice network We hae seperate Data and voice network. For data network we have interface vlan 1 ip address 10.91.192.0/24 in one core switch 4506. For voice network we have interface vlan 1 172.20.1.0/24. Now i am going to merge data and voice network. But vlan 1 on these core...

    Ekansh400 pointsBadges:
  • What’s the best way for me to make the switch to VoIP in a small office?

    I'm looking to move away from the landline in our small office and port the number to a VoIP, Internet-only phone service. I'd like to have just one number and be able to call a few different extensions around the house. Would a few of the Cisco 7960G Unified IP Phones do the job? What else would I...

    ITKE62,460 pointsBadges:
  • Cisco VO/IP implementation issues

    What are issues may occur when moving from a PBX enviroment to Vo/IP solution?

    Brakar5 pointsBadges:
  • how to configure Cisco Voice Gateway?

    I want to connect ip phones.I have call manager and 2800 voice gate way.I know how to configure the call manager and all ready i did that but the problem is i dont know how to configure the voice gate way to route the voice throw the telephone line??

    Mohadbazzi47170 pointsBadges:
  • How do I calculate latency and jitter for our Cisco VoIP system?

    How do I calculate latency and jitter for our Cisco VoIP system?

    Unified Communications ATE660 pointsBadges:
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