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IP Phone Configuration: User Account Settings

August 25, 2010

Manufacturers different naming conventions While SIP is an industry standard protocol, the names assigned to the configuration fields on an IP phone are far from standardised. The tables below show the text labels that you can expect to see on the web interface configuration forms next to the boxes where you must enter your settings. […]

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Asterisk SLA (Shared Line Appearances) – Part 4

January 14, 2009

Link to part 3 What is good and what is bad about the Asterisk implementation of SLA? Benefits of Asterisk Shared Line Appearances Replacement of legacy systems: The main reason for wanting to configure Shared Line Appearances in Asterisk is because the Asterisk system is replacing a traditional key and lamp telephone system. However, this […]

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Asterisk SLA (Shared Line Appearances) – Part 3

January 14, 2009

Link to part 2 EXTENSIONS.CONF: Setting the Hints used by SLA The SIP SUBSCRIBE/NOTIFY mechanism – what it is and how it works The SIP protocol includes a standardised mechanism to allow any SIP client (an IP phone being an example of a SIP client) to monitor the state of another device. Details are provided […]

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Asterisk SLA (Shared Line Appearances) – Part 2

January 14, 2009

Link to part 1 About the examples and conf file samples used in this article The following sections will guide you through the setup of a small Asterisk system using shared line appearances. Each step is explained to show how it works. The dial plan examples will start with a fairly simple configuration and we […]

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Asterisk SLA (Shared Line Appearances) – Part 1

January 14, 2009

Terminology and SLA Concepts Terminology We have attempted to use the correct terminology (as recognised throughout the telephony industry) within the explanations on this web page. However, as it is so important to be clear about the meaning of the terminology used here, it seemed like a good idea to set it out explicitly at […]

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