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  2. Matt_Reines

    Custom Login Page/Identity Provider

    Thank you, at least I know I'm not losing my mind here... there are a number of references to Custom Providers in the API but no integration guide as I would have expected. This certainly explains that. Thank you.
  3. mc_

    Custom Login Page/Identity Provider

    As the SSO stuff is still a work-in-progress, the docs are evolving as we go. We have an internal doc for setting it up but there are still a lot of details to work out before it is ready for release to the broader community. Of course, if you are familiar with the SSO flow of OAuth you can probably figure it out but a comprehensive guide is not currently ready for release.
  4. WE would like to integrate our existing Login / Identity system with 2600Hz, as well as mapping our Roles/Permissions to Roles in the 2600Hz system. Where is the best place to get started with this? I saw some SSO/Provider-related stuff in the API documentation, but no real overview on how it works or anything on Roles/Permissions?
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  6. mc_

    Limits and Billing for accounts

    jonny5 is a reference to the movie Short Circuit; the kazoo app tracks limits and balances for accounts and does authorization for resource-consuming calls. In other words, it short-circuits calls that are not authorized :p For numbers, check out https://docs.2600hz.com/dev/doc/internationalization/numbers/ You'll probably want alternative prompt languages too: https://docs.2600hz.com/dev/doc/internationalization/prompts/ While most of the 2600Hz team is US-based we do have a number of devs outside the US as well as a group of community members outside the US too. We all want KAZOO to be a proper platform for any region of the world. That said, we also know we have blind spots of how telecom is done everywhere so any feedback you have which can be incorporated into the project for everyone to take advantage of, is greatly appreciated. Also, when you feel you need to look at code or the docs aren't sufficient, ask here in the forums - that's usually a good trigger for someone to take a stab at improving the documentation. You are always welcome to submit PRs for improved docs as well.
  7. kazte

    Limits and Billing for accounts

    Thanks jes_tovar and mc_. I'm getting my feet wet in the whole kazoo thing. It's been a quite a bite for the last few days: erlang, couchdb but mostly I'm struggling with the docs and getting to know what is what and how things fit together, like why johnny5 is called so, and what does it do ? Hot-or-not: hilarious. I'm trying to see if I'm able to configure kazoo more into a europe-based way of doing things (numbering, translations, taxes) and it does not seem to be achievable without learning a little (most, who am I kidding?) of how it works internally. I'll probably have to ask more than a couple of questions in the process, so please bear with me.
  8. mc_

    Limits and Billing for accounts

    For support, free options include this forum and IRC; you can email sales@2600hz.com to see about dedicated support plans. For open-source builds you are probably best served with the 'dev' docs site: https://docs.2600hz.com/dev/ Also the 'sysadmin' docs site: https://docs.2600hz.com/sysadmin/ Both are great places to contribute to the project if Erlang code isn't something you want to take on at the moment.
  9. jes_tovar

    Limits and Billing for accounts

    Perhaps this could help https://github.com/2600hz/kazoo/blob/master/doc/reference/routing.md
  10. jes_tovar

    Limits and Billing for accounts

    Hi Kazte, I am also in the same process at the moment , therefore I would like to know the answer for this question. So far, I have managed to get service plans working in Kazoo 4.3 using the new services API documentation posted in github/2600hz.. kazoo/core/kazoo_services I also managed to add a couple of rate documents in ratedeck database and I can see the rate to be applied using SUP command. However, cdrs still don't show the call being rated. For this part, I used https://docs.2600hz.com/sysadmin/doc/kazoo/call-rating Finally , Jonny5, after setting limits document for my test tenancy, installing kazoo-application-jonny5 and loading the application Jonny5, I still can't find the way to limit calls by balance run out, or any other type of limit. For this bit, I am using this https://docs.2600hz.com/sysadmin/doc/whapp/jonny5/ I hope we could share information and figure it out
  11. Hello, I'm evaluating Kazoo for replacing my current kamailio+asterisk+custom routing supporting about a thousand end points. The billing/fraud prevention seems to raise some questions in my mind. Is there a way in kazoo to support prepaid and postpaid customers ? Can calls be interrupted at specified max duration, credit exhaustion, daily/weekly/monthly spending limits ? Also, can duration for the calls be determined in real-time by the dialed destination number ? And last but not least, what is the best place for documentation and getting some paid support from the developers ? Thank you.
  12. ErikM

    Getting started with Kazoo.

    Hello Manashe, Thanks for reaching out. I'd be more than willing to chat if you'd like to reach out to me directly. We have both the Open Source product and the Partner version of Kazoo which we can go over so you can choose the best path moving forward. We also are having a training her in SF at the SF Code Beamer Conference which is geared towards building apps on Kazoo March 4th-5th, 2019. For more detailed information on this you can go to: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/code-beam-sf-2019-tickets-43197815830?discount=Kazoo10 Once you go there, click on the tickets button and scroll down to the tickets that say, "Training Course: KAZOO" and you can purchase your tickets if interested. Feel Free to reach out to me directly at Erik@2600hz.com with any additional questions. Thanks, Erik
  13. Hi all, First, I want to thank you for the great product!. My company works with Asterisk and FreePBX for more than 10 years now. We want to start work with robust, Multi-Thanet system for clouds. We have good knowledge in Linux, opensource, VoIP. and deep knowledge in Asterisk. My question is what is the best practice to adopt Kazoo, including sysadmin and development.
  14. eurovoip

    DID Number Manager Cluster

    I have 100 DID's not assigned but available in one zone (IP ) and 10 assigned to an account in Kazzo. and one day the zone goes down and the user can connect to zone B only where those IP's are not even assigned (because they where in assigned to the zone on's IP ). Unfortunately my provider doesn't let me point the DID's individually. How can I make sure the DID's will work on any of the two clusters ?!
  15. mc_

    DID Number Manager Cluster

    You "use" DIDs by assigning them to an account and creating a callflow in the account to run when receiving calls for the DID. There are no zone restrictions on that.
  16. eurovoip

    DID Number Manager Cluster

    How does one, use numbers (DID's)that are assigned on zone(data center) in other zones in a Kazzo Corss Dataceter Cluster. What are my options, the telecom operator only assigns the DID's to one IP. Advice is a appreciated.
  17. Olaolu Abiodun

    Provisioner Updates for 1/22/19

    Cool! Is it possible to add the intercom key type option to SmartPBX as well?
  18. Izabell balash

    KAZOOcon 2019

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    Join us again in San Diego for our 6th annual KAZOOcon! Whether you’re looking for the most recent advancements across UCaaS or CPaaS technologies, cutting edge best practices, or valuable networking opportunities, KAZOOcon 2019 will deliver an experience to remember. As a KAZOOcon attendee, you will hear about the latest UC products and VoIP enhancements from telecom pioneers, mingle with industry experts and be part of bleeding-edge telecom and mobile technology developments. You’ll get early access to 2600Hz roadmap updates, as well as a chance to share your input on where the industry is going and what you want to see from KAZOO. Learn more here: http://kazoocon.com/ Group discounts available - message marketing@2600hz.com for more information.
  19. mc_

    Open Source Dev Community Call

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    Yeah, the autocall should put folks in automagically but the instructions should still be in the description for dialing.
  20. esoare

    Open Source Dev Community Call

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    Thanks @mc_ Just a reminder on making sure to "dial" community
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    Join us on Tuesday, February 13th for a live panel discussion featuring 2600Hz COO & Co-Founder Patrick Sullivan, M2S Integrations President Alex Aristides, and Vinix Global Founder Mark Diaz as they touch on: -Identifying common challenges that prevent an easy go-to launch -Technical and resource limitations and how to make it work -Not being a telco expert and figuring out what your customer needs -Tips for an easy customer onboarding -Outside integrations that can help The session will also include time for questions and encourage discussion from the audience. Register Here http://www.m2sintegration.com www.vinixglobal.com
  22. We're continually working to enhance and improve overall functionally of supported devices. Below are release notes for the next Provisioner update, scheduled for Tuesday, January 22nd at 5:00pm PDT: Obihai Adds firmware selection Adds multiple firmware versions for Obi10xx phones Fixes incorrect intercom settings Fixes mismatched account values for keys Fixes dialplan to allow **1 dialing Fixes codecs not being enabled Yealink Adds intercom key type for Combo Keys Fixes codec mapping on firmware v82+ Prepends http/https to RPS server URL if user doesn't include it in whitelabeling Cisco Fixes barging on active call Adds rules to update provisioning url with $DM.xml so phones can provision with DHCP Option 66 Polycom Adds additional step to provisioning process to enable "Tag SN to UA" for Polycom ZTP or DHCP Option 66 Fixes UI component to disable VLAN settings Grandstreams Allows option to use HTTPS in white labeling provisioning URL Enforces Monitored Call Park as key type Fixes empty string codec values showing up in UI and config file generation Feel free to comment in our community if you have any questions.
  23. mc_

    Open Source Dev Community Call

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    For any following along here, the townhall server has been deprecated and is now at https://parley.2600hz.com/
  24. If you’re not already aware, Kazoo builds upon strong FOSS components like Erlang and RabbitMQ, which is also written in Erlang. Code BEAM SF is the reincarnation of the much loved Erlang and Elixir Factory San Francisco, the biggest and best Erlang conference in North America. It’s back this February with a host of brilliant speakers and trainers to share, learn, inspire. You can currently get tickets at the lowest early bird rate, until 17 January 2019! Code BEAM SF offers OTP, Elixir, Phoenix, and RabbitMQ training courses, as well as a host of talks from leaders and innovators in the community, including: Jose Valim, author of Elixir, who will be keynoting! Renee Orser, VP of Engineering at NS1, will also join us as a keynote speaker! Lukas Larsson, Erlang VM core committer Miriam Pena, Erlang trailblazer and voted one of the women to watch in tech Ayanda Dube, RabbitMQ lead Hannah Howard, programmer and life long iconoclast Marc Sugiyama, experienced Erlang engineer, consultant, and trainer Jacqui Manzi will join us to share her experience using OTP: presence to power real-time analytics Fred Hebert, Erlang and distributed systems enthusiast, author of Learn you some Erlang … and more! Learn more about the conference, and the 2019 speakers: https://codesync.global/conferences/code-beam-sf-2019/#Speakers What: Code BEAM SF 2019 When: 28 February - 01 March 2019 Where: Hyatt Centric Fisherman’s Wharf, San Francisco How to attend: Attend the conference Secure an early bird rate ticket to the conference by Thursday 17 January. You can find out more and register here. Diversity ticket We are pleased to announce that Code BEAM SF 2019 is implementing a diversity scheme. The goal of the programme is to increase the diversity of attendees and offer support to those in the tech community who would not otherwise be able to attend the conference. The deadline for applications is 3 February 2019. Recipients will be notified on a rolling basis, no later than 8 February 2019. Student tickets Code BEAM SF offers a 50% discount to students. To learn more, email info@codesync.global from your academic email address to get a unique discount code. Sponsor If you want your company to join WhatsApp and support the BEAM community, please do not hesitate to contact us about community support and sponsorship.
  25. Areege

    Code BEAM SF

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    If you’re not already aware, Kazoo builds upon strong FOSS components like Erlang and RabbitMQ, which is also written in Erlang. Code BEAM SF is the reincarnation of the much loved Erlang and Elixir Factory San Francisco, the biggest and best Erlang conference in North America. It’s back this February with a host of brilliant speakers and trainers to share, learn, inspire. You can currently get tickets at the lowest early bird rate, until 17 January 2019! Code BEAM SF offers a OTP, Elixir, Phoenix, and RabbitMQ training courses, as well as a host of talks from leaders and innovators in the community, including: Jose Valim, author of Elixir, who will be keynoting! Renee Orser, VP of Engineering at NS1, will also join us as a keynote speaker! Lukas Larsson, Erlang VM core committer Miriam Pena, Erlang trailblazer and voted one of the women to watch in tech Ayanda Dube, RabbitMQ lead Hannah Howard, programmer and life long iconoclast Marc Sugiyama, experienced Erlang engineer, consultant, and trainer Jacqui Manzi will join us to share her experience using OTP: presence to power real-time analytics Fred Hebert, Erlang and distributed systems enthusiast, author of Learn you some Erlang … and more! Learn more about the conference, and the 2019 speakers: https://codesync.global/conferences/code-beam-sf-2019/#Speakers What: Code BEAM SF 2019 When: 28 February - 01 March 2019 Where: Hyatt Centric Fisherman’s Wharf, San Francisco How to attend: Attend the conference Secure an early bird rate ticket to the conference by Thursday 17 January. You can find out more and register here. Diversity ticket We are pleased to announce that Code BEAM SF 2019 is implementing a diversity scheme. The goal of the programme is to increase diversity of attendees and offer support to those in the tech community who would not otherwise be able to attend the conference. The deadline for applications is 3 February 2019. Recipients will be notified on a rolling basis, no later than 8 February 2019. Student tickets Code BEAM SF offers a 50% discount to students. To learn more, email info@codesync.global from your academic email address to get a unique discount code. Sponsor If you want your company to join WhatsApp and support the BEAM community, please do not hesitate to contact us about community support and sponsorship.
  26. mc_

    Credit api

    I believe rating will debit via ledgers but things like auto top-up and such use transactions
  27. Avneet Singh

    Credit api

    Does this ledgers api works on billing means on call rates it gets debits according to rates
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