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  1. GXV3000 uses H.264 codec for video transmision, does Axon support it? why is this forum so dead? at least tell me it is stupid question if it is vanDivX
  2. as the title says, I installed ET on PC that has VMWare player installed and it has (VMWare) for its own purposes created two LAN NIC addresses besides the one of my hardware NIC my LAN IP is 192.168.1.x sort and VMWare player has created two virtual (I think) LAN IPs 192.168.116.1 and 192.168.196.1 now when I installed Express Talk it latched onto the first IP address which is that of VMWare player 192.168.116.1 and which is on different subnet, I just installed last night and didn't get chance testing the phone by calling with it and I am concerened even if it would work o
  3. thanks I will certainly explore what they have to offer, kind of didn't think about it BTW how come half the phones out there have corrupted pdf manual, are those maufacturers so stupid that I have to put it so strongly and can't make bloody PDF for christ sake? especially asian companies are terrible, one has to wonder about their products too, I for one wouldn't buy from such sources BTW I run the latest Adobe Reader, what gives? should I install some third party pfd reader or what, half the feature aren't shown or not shown properly on selling sites, you have to read those manuals,
  4. still I am curious what phone was displayed there, I liked that it had (or seemed to have) programmable buttons while it was a cheaper sort of phone, I am looking for a phone that my eighty year old mom could use and that means a set of buttons on the phone which you program and label them, unfortunately you don't find them on the cheaper phones or ones that are not full blown office phones with too many confusing buttons all around even myself I wouldn't like those phones where you have to use buttons to scroll names on LCD display and then select one, I suppose one way around would be to
  5. to get you started, check that Axon is not using STUN servers to determine the public IP because then there might be a conflict (those two wouldn't correspond which would lead to crash) that's just off hand hypothesis, not sure even if you can checkmark Axon to use STUN while also specifying fixed IP name (DynDNS name) vanDivX
  6. ok, I looked up help on the forum here, wasn't so obvious, I solved my problem by using the guide as per nchto advice below which he gave to somebody on another thread here slowly I am getting handle on this software vanDivX
  7. I have these two installed on one PC and because VRS starts up sooner (I suppose) it grabs the USB phone microphone and it then doesn't work in the phone, what gives? if I quit VRS completely and run Express Talk wizard I get the mic sound back but then if I start VRS it get no sound from the USB phone mic, its one or the other, is that supposed to be like that? or maybe one is not supposed to run these two apps together? vanDivX
  8. so you are saying if you connect to somebody via intercom on this phone, that person has the chance to answer you only as long as you hold the intercom button pressed? that doesn't seem right (but you may be right) I will test it maybe tomorrow with my brother and see (if I will get him to install another phone still well, its like this, I work in this big mansion where they have some 15 phones around the house hooked up to Nortel key pbx and they have house intercom, you either can speak to one room (any you choose) or you talk to all, like when you call everybody to dinner no
  9. Hi there, ever since I installed IVM several days ago (on the same PC as Axon and Express Talk softphone) it can't determine my WAN IP and it thinks the internet connection might be down and it says the port 5070 might be blocked and blah blah... internet is working fine, ports are forwarded and Axon is fine, ExpressTalk phone is fine on port 5071 IVM says it is unable to autodetect public IP and that STUN server failed (fwdnet.net) and that it will be using private IP =============== OK I solved this issue by self help, went to Settings tab Telephony and there directed both lines 198
  10. Hi there, I have tested the intercom feature in Express Talk and works nicely, however the software phone has some serious shortcoming when it comes to intercom feature because it doesn't have 'inbuilt speaker', typically if you have it connected to your USB phone, you won't hear it if somebody places intercom call to you since those phones are not too loud to be heard from couple feet away or even less and you loose convenience if you key it to your loudspeakers and then want to make a call and have to switch it to use your USB phone so my question is, which hardware ip phones out there h
  11. that's interesting, I am looking at this options too, if Axon works with video calls on LAN I don't see why it wouldn't work if you put one phone on internet on another LAN (remote), you just may need to open up some more RTP ports on the remote side and also find out which ones the video is using I am pondering if this phone might be used with door bell if you had camera at the door, you would press ring button there and it would trigger call to the phone which would ring and when you took the call it would display the picture of who is at the door, I wouldn't need door intercom function
  12. theoretically, just theoretically, if you opened the page in Firefox for example and had RIP extension installed in it, you could mark some area of that webpage that you don't want to see and it removes it, temp or permanent, depends on your settings I haven't tried so don't know how it would work but it might work, I don't think I would bother unless that page was made more usefull, as it is at least there is no onerous adds or something, especially flashing at you, thx for that on the other hand I think the webpages of the Axon are rather poor and not much attention was paid to them
  13. nope, no system restore or anything like that, the pbx is installed on a 'headless' PC (no keyboard/mouse/monitor) in remote location (I live in Canada and the PC is in EU at my parent's place) and I use it primarily to run security cameras (those run on special hardware PCI card) but l didn't even have that running when I installed Axon and started setting it up with SPA (also in that remote location), it runs very few programs otherwise, I just figured that if I have such PC running around the clock there, I might as well put the pbx on it too to give it something to do PC is last year's
  14. anybody? I realized now that I lost all those premade extensions you get when you first install (Extensions plus premade Exts for IVM etc.), I suppose I can easily make my own but what if they vanish tomorrow again vanDivX
  15. I installed Axon about a week ago, configured it with SPA3102 for both FXO/FXS lines as extensions but didn't get to make any calls, left if several days and now when I tried to log in by web controls, my pass wouldn't work and eventually I tried user: Admin and logged into pristine Axon.... logs are saying that SPA tries to register unsuccessfully - of course if I have no extensions, no nothing, it is BIZARE what goes on here? I checked older posts and it says there you back up your configuration in registry Axon key... I went there and backed up but that's backing up unconfigured Axon
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