• IP phone cabling requirements

    I am rather new to IP phones, and have a fairly simple question to ask about cabling. I am the IT person for my small company (20 users). Do I need to run new cat 5 cabling to each office if we get IP phones? Or is there some way we can use our existing cabling structure (it's all cat 5)? As an...

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  • VB Script for LCS 2005

    Hi Anybody have an Idea how to write the msRTCSIP-OriginatorSid SID into an Contact for LCS 2005 using VB6 or VBScript. Tried the objUser.Put "msRTCSIP-OriginatorSid","" part but dont work. Can read it with a script but having trouble writing back to it

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  • what is the purpose of backhaul client in access point 5131 dual radio?

    what is the purpose of backhaul client in access point 5131 dual radio?

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  • Testing voip network

    How do you test bulk traffic over a voip network

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  • lease line problem.

    we are putting 2mbps lease line.we using the tellabs modem(8110) and putting line inside it,the line one light blink and make a connectivity,but when we send audio from another place what can be the problem ,which creating the problem.we are not using the router ,what can be the connection...

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  • Shifting Services over Fiber

    Several services are provided to our company. Internet, Link with another comany, Videoconferencing, ISDN telephone lines. We are shifting to fiber now. Is it recommened to use only one pair of fiber to carry all these services and then segment them. Or for example, use a seperate pair of fiber for...

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  • Looking to perform a complete audit of all IT and Telecom

    I am in need of a flowchart, check list or other device that will assist in the purchase of another company. I need to be able to perform a complete audit of ALL IT and Telecom needs from software to hardware.. Any ideas?

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  • g.729 3rd party VOIP on Cisco routers QoS – am I doing it right?

    Hi, I am unsure about which configs are sufficient for implementing QoS on 2 2600 series routers over a 2MB serial link. On one side is the IP pbx and there are up to 6 IP phones plugged into a switch on the other side. We are using a non-cisco VoIP product using g.729. From what I can see all I...

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  • VOIP calls to another organization with a separet VOIP system

    I understand that on-net VOIP calls via my company'sVPN will be toll free. What about calls to other oragnization that also have a VOIP infrastructure? Are these toll free? Do these calls ever touch the PSTN?

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  • point to point circuits

    how are point to points used and whats the benefit

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  • Bridge connections

    When the phone line( through EPBAX , Extensions) is connected to the Bridge for the conference call, it will hang for the hours , even if it is disconnected. Thus causing the huge phone amount.

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  • RTP reordering

    Would like to know about what are the algorithms for RTP reordering and which specs give me details on the same.

    Thampi lakshmi5 pointsBadges:
  • To use the internet from two ISP

    Thanks for your patient! My question is as follows. First ,can I have internet from the two ISP in the same time and to use both connections in the same time with the diferent DNS and IP ,and in the same time to delivery the internet from the router to client desktop through the omni to them. If...

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  • Internet Explorer ” page cannot be displayed”

    Hi, I am facing a peculiar problem. i am administering a LAN which is having 30 computers all are connected to switch. 512 Kbps DSL line is also connected from modem to switch. in clients machine DNS server IP , we have given our ISP's DNS address. when there is heavy browsing users get the error "...

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  • Difference between VoIP and IP telephony

    Can someone please explain to me – so I can explain to my boss – what the difference is between VoIP and IP telephony? Are they the same thing?

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  • Lease line problem

    I have one 64 kbps/ 2mbps time dependent bandwidth MLLN circuit. We are facing problem like while converting line speed from 64kbps to 2 mbps, we can't get other side?But while we reduced its speed from 2 mbps to 1 mbps, its working fine....? Also while it is on 64 kbps we get other side perfect...

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  • Telecom engineer , MTECH (OR) looking 4abroad

    Sir, Please guide me on the details mentioned below- My desire: To obtain a job that involves often visits to foreign lands and a lifelong survival of my career. Academics and exp: BSc (Physics Hons) in 2000, BE(Electronics and Communication) in 2004, working in a reputed mobile ph operator as...

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  • VoIP VLAN over bridge

    I am extending a subnet over T1 bridge using Adtran 3205 routers. The host site is connected via Cisco 2801 router with a switch card to th e HQ site. The remote site is connected to the host site by the bridged Adtran's. The switch at the remote site is a Cisco C2960. I connected a PC to the...

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  • cRTP in VoIP

    On what Technologies of LAN and WAN, cRTP(Compressed Real-Time Protocol) supported for VoIP calls ?

    Virentrivedi810 pointsBadges:
  • Only some web pages load when voip is connected

    When I have the Grantstrean HT 486 connected, a lot of web pages will come up "page not found" or 404 error. Could some one tell me whats going on here and how to fix it?The phone works ok.

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