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  1. Has anyone added a gsm gateway like a SIM * 4 cellular GSM SIP VOIP Gateway Quad Band: ip PBX to Axon.? This I would have thought is one of the main reasons for having a voip system. We currently use a Asterisk IPPBX system with a GoIP4 unit attached. This works very well but I a keen to switch to a Windows based system so I can do the changes rather than using a specialist. We have been able to make it registrar but are really just playing around in the dark. Has anyone tried to do this.?
  2. Has anyone had any expirence in using this setup. I was going to use uplink but once I purchased it NCH told me that they dont support this software anymore. How misleading as they should tell you this before you buy it.
  3. We am very confused about a number of issues with this software. I have IT manager and we find your lack of support re the forums fustrating ( because there is little or no support from the experts and the paid support seems a waste of time. Although we paid for support it looks as though they want you to pay again when you try to contact them. There is no basic help like a chat line or a direct remote desktop setup computer control system. It is all very australian outback, number 8 wire support. First I had some some basic questions. We are using most of your software suites. If you are using IVR with Axon is extention 500 and 501 used or are they made redunant by 198 and 199. Second if using Quorum based on a conferece phone is it possible using uplink to have a number of skype users dial into it at will during a conference. We are using Linksys SPA 922 phones and cannot see where the information is to setup these. It was there but has been replaced by a link to basic instructions on a resellers site. The instuctions that were there a few days ago on this site seem to have gone as we cant find out how to set up message waiting and a number of other linksys phone options. It seems possible to set this system up using Cisco 9460 sip phones but again there is not help to do so. We use GSM - Voip unit on our other astrix system which works great in keeping costs to cel phones down but i see no help in linking to this unit. The whole reason from moving from out exising Astrix system to this system was our IT person was leaving and we operate in Latin America where good IT help is hard to find so I had thought this system would be more straight forward and easier to manage for a non techie. It seems i may have made a mistake. I hope you someone can help. Regards
  4. I have yet to receive any response from any of my other questions despite paying for help but here goes. I want to add Quorum to my system to work with uplink skype. the idea would be that my clients could ring in using there skype and join the conference. i am currently using a skpye business account with a channel but this means i have to call them and monitor that they dont drop off which is distracting when you are trying to run a meeting. Will this work with Quorum
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    Remote Log and Set

    The most user friendly why you could set up the ivm and the basic system system is by the developers having remote access to your server. Is there any reason you do not offer this service as many software companies do and it helps a lot.
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    Video Link

    I would like to set up a video link like skype for when i do conference calls. We have a TV that is linked to my Laptop for demonstrations and it would be net to do video conferencing. Any ideas. We have around 10 people involved
  7. I have Uplink Skype and a Skype business account which gives me a skype sip channel for 6.00 a month. The question what are the pluses and minuses of each software. Do you need both to do the same job or can i cancel the business account with skype. I am confused. Please help
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    GSM Gateways

    I have been using these units on a Voip Astrisk PBX successfully but now want to switch to NCH software on windows. Has anyone had experience with these units or similar ones and know who to set them up with this software. Key Features Open Standard VoIP Protocols (ITU H.323 V4 and IETF SIP V2) Single or Multiple Server Registrations Two 10/100 Ethernet circuits connect to the LAN and an additional device GSM module for making GSM calls Speech quality ensured by QoS at the Ethernet and IP layers and comprehensive jitter buffer VLAN and QoS support NAT Transversal and Router functions Voice prompts, HTTP Web, Auto Provision support for configuration and updates Highly stable embedded Linux operating system in high performance ARM 9 Processor Basic Features LEDs for Power, Ready, Status, WAN, PC, GSM Call forward from GSM to VoIP and VoIP to GSM Dial in mode or dial out mode only Dial Plan Password protection for both GSM dial in or dial out Retransmit GSM Caller ID to VoIP terminal Enhanced Features Dynamic selection of codec Advanced jitter buffer Automatic traversal of NAT and firewall VLAN / Qos Router Echo cancellation for Speakerphone Comfort noise generation (CNG) Voice activity detection (VAD) Auto provisioning (requires auto provisioning server) On line firmware upgrade Multi-language support: English and Chinese Supported Standards ITU: H.323 V4, H.225, H.235, H.245, H.450 RFC 1889 - RTP/RTCP RFC 2327 SDP RFC 2833 RTP Payload for DTMF Digits, Telephony Tones and Telephony Signals RFC 2976 SIP INFO Method RFC 3261 SIP RFC 3264 Offer/Answer model with SDP RFC 3515 SIP REFER Method RFC 3842 A Message Summary and Message Waiting Indicator RFC 3489 Simple Traversal of User Datagram Protocol (UDP) Through Network Address Translators (NATs) RFC 3891 SIP Replaces Header RFC 3892 SIP Referred-By Mechanism draft-ietf-sipping-cc-transfer-04 Session Initiation Protocol Call Control - Transfer Codec: G.711 (A/ยต law), G.729A/B, G.723.1 DTMF: RFC 2833, In-band DTMF, SIP INFO
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