I have a nortel 1120E on my desk. Been doing alot of research and studying on how to configure it, but I had no luck. There is two things I wanna do.
I've been dying to perform a TFTP Transfer I am using an Unmanaged Cisco Switch, and my Mac Mini.. I have all the configuration files. I just not had luck communicating with the phone to make a transfer.. Any help would be apprechiated..
I am also ISO for the BCM 50 that is required for it to run, or something among there that will run the phone..
外围体育投注The req. Is below:
外围体育投注Doctor calls > central station > central nurse connects to one of the 10 patient room > connects to patient audio via telephone and video via ip cctv cam in the same room.
Doctor need to see the patient, and he needs to talk to him. (2 way audio)
Is there a solution?
Is there a way we can get a hold of someone that is higher up in ATT or Avaya?
We are 1 year and 2 months into a VOIP upgrade and they just riffed the tech working for us, and now we have had basically zero correspondence from them for over three weeks. Very frustrating as our entire server room is now filled with boxes and equipment, plus the equipment we were told would be gutted upon completion, not to mention all of our phones in the building are no longer able to call one another as some are on the old Avaya system, and some are on the new.
Any tips or input on how to handle this situation would be greatly appreciated.
I have an Avaya IP Office 11 system, that we originally had only 45 SIP trunk channel licenses, but we upgraded to 65... our service provider also is now providing us 65 licenses now and it has been verified. I updated in the configuration (and obviously licenses) to have 65 for 'max sessions' in the SIP line call details... but it keeps stopping at 45 - at that point, the caller gets "The user you have attempted to call, is unavailable".
We're a mid sized manufacturing plant in Midwest United States and we typically use ConvergeredOne as a vendor for everything Avaya. We have found they rake us over the coals for everything and so we're looking at alternatives asap. Who do you use? How do you like them?
外围体育投注Hi all, happy Thursday. What network requirements does everybody place on their work-from-home softphone users?
We rushed a lot of users home a couple months ago, without much ability to evaluate whose home setups were actually conducive for VoIP at home. I'm dealing with the fallout from that now. I've got internal tools that help me understand a user's voice quality via metrics like MOS score or packet loss, or even just pulling call recordings. But I've struggled with effectively communicating home network standards to users, other than "use wired not wifi" and "get the fastest internet you can".
外围体育投注What kind of standards is everybody else communicating to users? And how do you deal with users/managers that either disregard the standards, or can't meet them, but still have to be able to work from home?