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  2. Hello! I am new to Kazoo, and excited to learn as much as I can about the platform.
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  4. Hi @nschrantz welcome to the team and I believe this is the best time to mess around ๐Ÿ˜ฌ
  5. Hey guys, Just getting registered to be able to read through the forums. Been following 2600hz on and off and have been wanting to mess around with it a bit more.
  6. @J-tt You might want to post this over in https://forums.2600hz.com/forums/forum/8-system-administration/ . IDK how much traction you get on specific technical questions here.
  7. Welcome Matt! Happy to have you aboard! So, you a Pat's or a Gino's man? :)
  8. Hi @fcbayern welcome to the community ๐Ÿ˜‡
  9. Hi there, My name is Matt and I wanted to say hi to everyone. My goal here is to add feature requests and help others with questions and ask questions. Thanks!
  10. Hey DanH, Managed to get it sorted in the end, just disabled the freeswitch repo and it looks like everything installed, however currently troubleshooting whitelisting a carrier IP address (not sure if I'm missing a component). Getting the following: [root@removed]# sup ecallmgr_maintenance allow_carrier carrier (removed actual IP) updating trusted ACLs carrier( to allow traffic Command failed: {'EXIT',{noproc,{gen_server,call,[ecallmgr_fs_nodes,{connected_nodes,false}]}}} Thanks,
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    Calling all Erlang Developers! Join the SpawnFest annual 48 hour online software development contest ... in which teams around the world get exactly one weekend to create the best BEAM-based applications (think Erlang!). More information is HERE You can look into previous winning projects HERE 2600Hz is proud to be sponsors for this event, get those coding juices flowing!
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    Join the only North American conference to cover all of the BEAM Languages, including Erlang and Elixir. NOTE! This year you can attend in person, or online. For more information, click HERE
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    Join our own Patrick Sullivan and Clint Mohs at the Cloud Comms Summit in Chicago! We are proud to say they are both speaking...Wednesday is the big day! 9:00 - 9:15, Clint Mohs Fireside Chat 9:15 - 9:45, Patrick Sullivan "Enabling Service Provider Success" Sign up here: https://cavellgroup.com/events/ccs-us/
  14. 2600Hz Announces Support of ALE Device Solution on KAZOO Platform HENDERSON, Nev., Aug. 1, 2022 /PRNewswire/ -- 2600Hz, a leading provider of unified business communications and the award-winning KAZOO platform, is proud to announce a new partnership with ALE Device. This new partnership sees full support for ALE devices in 2600Hz's Advanced Provisionerโ€”a powerful tool designed to speed up deployment and provision most popular SIP endpoints quickly and to auto-provision physical VoIP phones remotely. "ALE Device is dedicated to making business communication easier and efficient, providing customers with UC terminals that meet and exceed their business needs," said Ba Min SEIN AYE, Head of Product and Marketing at ALE Device. "By combining ALE Device voice solutions with 2600Hz's KAZOO Advanced Provisioner, we will enhance productivity and improve the experience for customers." Auto-provisioning and certification has been completed on the Myriad and Halo series, including: M3, M5, M7, M8, H3G, H3P, H6. 2600Hz is also offering support for ALE Device's Easy Deployment Server (EDS) for Zero Touch Provisioning. "We are happy to support ALE Device in our Advanced Provisioner," explained 2600Hz's Co-Founder and Co-CEO, Patrick Sullivan. "Their innovative hardware offers a real value-add to our partners, and we look forward to continued collaboration with ALE Device." About 2600Hz: 2600Hz's cloud communications platform KAZOO modernizes how businesses provide communications services to their customers. With thoughtfully engineered tools built by leaders in the telecom industry, KAZOO offers feature-rich UCaaS, CPaaS, and CCaaS solutions. For developers building their own telephony apps, 2600Hz offers 300+ APIs and provides access to the building blocks of the platform. For more information, visit http://www.2600Hz.com. 2600Hz is a privately owned company with a distributed team worldwide. 2600Hz Contact: Clint Mohs Head of Marketing cmohs@2600hz.com About ALE Device ALE China Co., Ltd, operating under the "ALE Device" trade name, is an audio technology expert in the global DeskPhone market, designing and marketing communication devices for enterprises. The company focuses on innovative technologies to develop a wide range of enterprise communication devices such as SIP phones, headsets, audio and video equipment for Unified Communications. These products can be integrated into a variety of solutions with simple provisioning tools, in a cost-effective, secure and flexible manner. Visit our website for more information: www.aledevice.com ALE Device Contact: Davy Zhang Area Sales Director davy.zhang@al-enterprise.com SOURCE 2600hz, Inc.
  15. Hello @J-tt and welcome! Excited to have you here and testing the waters with KAZOO! Were you referring to a direct KAZOO installation guide for your own servers?
  16. Hey All, Just giving Kazoo a spin as a mix of a class 4 and class 5 softswitch (coming from trying out FusionPBX, YETI and actively using 3CX). Still hunting down a working install guide (it looks like the Freeswitch repos are acting up).
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    Wow, sounds awesome! You might want to chat with sales about comm.land as well. LMK if youโ€™d like me to connect you up
  18. Hey everyone, I have been following 2600hz for years and everytime we start a new project we always come back and look at 2600hz. The newest project we are developing is a white label multi-vendor e-commerce platform and clients are looking to deeply integrate comms, including voice, chat, sms, video, ai, bots, live commerce and much more. So that brought me back to see if this might be the best option for communications and customer experience management. Looking forward to learning more from the community.
  19. Hi @beatroot welcome to the community ๐Ÿ˜‡
  20. Hi Everyone, I'm fairly new to kazoo and currently doing a deepdive into our and our customers kazoo infrastructure. Hoping to find some answers to my questions :) Greetings, Bob
  21. Hi @Eric Bramini! Fantastic, love this intro and your insights right off the bat! Very glad to have you and your substantial wealth of wisdom and understanding in this very particular world of ours here in the community, and also thrilled to learn of your early exploration of KAZOO as a platform, it seems you're picking up what we're trying to lay out and that's the dream right there. Are we vibing at 2600Hz right now?! Welcome again and thanks for joining us!
  22. Hello Everyone! I have been following all the open source VoIP projects since 2007 and (don't throw tomatoes at me) ran many Asterisk/FreePBX systems. Around this time I messed with Freeswitch back when BlueBox was the option for a management UI. I was always intrigued by Kamailio and all the really neat things you could do with it. Fast forward a bit and around 2017 I migrated all my FreePBX stuff over to 3CX (once 3CX ran on Linux) and then a few years later I got tired of managing tons and tons of individual 3CX Servers and decided to try something multi-tenanted so I purchased the Netsapiens software stack. Now I don't have to manage so many individual, virtualized, 3CX instances since i could see and manage all the customers from a single pane of glass. It's not a perfect platform (and no platform is) but it felt like some of the common phone system features I was used to were lacking and there are other issues too from a manageability standpoint. I am not trying to drag other platforms through the mud, just being honest with my opinions. I have always kept checking in on the 2600Hz project for years and finally decided to give it a try recently since I felt like I needed to try something new to see if I could get something better to offer. So far, I am really impressed. Polished and extendable; something I can grow with and add apps for my business case. Just having a blast trying it all out! So, hello again and thanks for accepting me into the community! -Eric
  23. Hi @Eduardo Almeida welcome to the community ๐Ÿ˜‡ I understand your situations and I hope you figure everything out/get all the help here. As for documentation you can always go to that branch on GitHub and go through the documentation. You can always look around and ask if you don't find anything; everyone here is super awesome when it comes to helping. Awesome to hear that ๐Ÿ™‡๐Ÿผโ€โ™‚๏ธ
  24. Hello all, I am a developer that has just joined a team that uses the Kazoo/Kamailio/Freeswitch/RabbitMQ stack to handle telephony. Unfortunately, the devs that started the project are no longer around, and we are trying to understand what was done and how. The main reason why I entered this community is twofold: 1) The version of Kazoo we are using is 3.18, and I haven't found a direct link to this documentation online; where can I find it? 2) Hopefully, once we get up to speed on how things work in our system, we might want to update Kazoo to a newer version. Are there testimonies of people/teams that did that so we can learn from their experiences and understand the challenges in this endeavor? Thank you all for your patience; I look forward to learning from you. Best regards, Eduardo.
  25. Hi @JFinkelstein thanks for joining us here in the community and welcome to the KAZOO party ๐ŸŽŠ
  26. Seb


    DanH, Hey! thank you for the quick response, we will take a look at all the forum resources and move forward. Cheers!
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