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not all SIP firmwares work flawlessly with asterisk. The later ones have problems registering. SIP70.8-0-2SR1S works.

best regards,
Hari
Hi,

two quick questions :
1. where can I find the code (there's link in the first post and also on wiki, but both are dead) ?

2. is code in svn already with search feature ?

BTW, have found this interesting project (it seems that it also has search capability and notes, memos, etc...)...

http://sourceforge.net/projects/open79xxdir/

Anyone tried this ?

Update: have just tried it and it seems really usefull (ver 1.2). Also search works in similar way as on cellular phones... I guess it worth of effort... We could only generate whole tree automatically from informations in LMCE database...


Thanks in advance,

regards,

Bulek.


Bulek, can you add what you did with the Sourceforge project to the wiki? Thanks!

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Users / Re: Usage of Telecom
« on: November 04, 2008, 02:44:00 pm »
jeangot,
Thanks for the info it works for me!
I have sound recording!

I'll try to go deep on this because I want to implement a full IP-PBX for my house and office.
Thanks again your the best!

Cesar


If you've found good features for telecom or figured out how to do something, please update the wiki!!!

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Users / Re: Usage of Telecom
« on: November 03, 2008, 09:48:41 pm »
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Hi,

thanks for info... Yeap, that did the trick. I was trying to setup voicemail in Advanced-Phone-Setup where it showed classic FreePBX setup screen, but none LMCE users are displayed there as extensions.... What you did is on Freepbx voicemail extension and I guess this way it works...

Thanks (will post this trick to Wiki)...

Regards,

Bulek.


Update: Have just checked and I have already defined email address and "Email notification enable" tick, but I'm getting no email... does anyone know how to debug ?

Yea, I found that if you go into the FreePBX admin panel, you can make some changes that you normally wouldn't be able to in the regular telecom section. Be careful though, you can mess things up if you aren't sure what you're doing...

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Users / Re: Usage of Telecom
« on: October 25, 2008, 02:12:35 pm »
I've seen many posts around the issue of having a second firewall layer (before the LinuxMCE firewall) and having issues with Asterisk. I've read a few docs on the net and I think I might have some up with a possible "solution"... (DISCLAIMER: I have not tried this myself since I don't have LinuxMCE currently set up. It might not work, so try at your own risk) Thanks goes to the voipcoop.org guys for supplying this information:

If you are behind a NAT firewall, you may need to open the following ports to your FreePBX box: For IAX protocol, UDP (NOT TCP) port 4569 (IAX). For SIP protocol, UDP (NOT TCP) port 5060 (SIP) AND ports 10001-20000 (RTP, must also be defined in /etc/asterisk/rtp.conf). All these ports are *UDP*, opening the *TCP* ports will NOT help anything and may expose your system needlessly.

If behind a NAT, create an /etc/asterisk/sip_nat.conf file with AT LEAST these three lines: 1) nat=yes 2) externip=your.external.IPaddess (or externhost=your.external.hostname) 3) localnet=192.168.0.0/24 (assuming your network uses 192.168.0.x addresses). Then "asterisk -rx sip reload" at the CLI.

For firewalls in general, go here: http://www.voip-info.org/wiki-Asterisk+firewall+rules

This would seem to work for SIP, but I don't know about SCCP. Can anyone try this and let us know? Thanks!

-D

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Developers / Re: How to get a message in that pop-up status window
« on: October 24, 2008, 10:08:36 pm »
freyman, create and article and post this to the wiki? Thanks!

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Users / Netrome Security Blackbox Camera System
« on: October 24, 2008, 05:00:00 pm »
Has anyone here used the Netrome Securty Blackbox Camera System with LinuxMCE?

Here is the manual for the software:

http://www.netrome.net/download/Blackbox%20NS840%20Users%20Guide%201.0.2.pdf

Here is the system information:

http://www.netrome.net/product/NS840/blackbox.htm

Thanks!

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Developers / Re: Ruby GSD codes help
« on: October 13, 2008, 11:02:32 pm »
posde, I guess I am to slow... lol...

Dan, keep us updated on how this goes. Looks like you're working on some great stuff for LinuxMCE and the HAI Omni Pro...

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Developers / Re: Ruby GSD codes help
« on: October 13, 2008, 04:18:16 pm »
Hey Dan,

Thanks for the update. Please keep us posted on the progress.

I spoke to some of the LinuxMCE dev guys. They said that 30 is the default in the database. You can edit the descriptions to your liking. Also, you can alter the schema of pluto_main, but this is not suggested. Larger descriptions don't make sense on the orbiters, as they would not fit on the UI1 buttons (as far as they know). Thanks again!

-D

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The ELO touchscreens work.

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Users / Elk M1 Integration
« on: October 06, 2008, 01:34:14 am »
Hello All,

Has anyone integrated MCE with the Elk M1 product line? If so, please post your story on how you did so... Thanks!

-D

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Developers / Re: Ruby GSD codes help
« on: October 05, 2008, 09:11:37 pm »
DigitalDan,

Any updates on this? Got any screenshots? Thanks!

-D

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