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  1. @Chaitanya Paga ?'s. Can you place here the Open Source Apps? Also the Closed Source Apps that require 2600hz licensing to have access? Thanks! esoare
  2. You If you wanted to do BLF for the Park Slot. Then No. If you wanted to just place the call into a park slot, without the light showing....then maybe... You NEED to test this out. Let us know if it works. In AP Combo Key Select Speed Dial. Leave Line to Auto Select Value : *31 (it may be different for you!) Label: Park 1 . See if it works. If it doesn't. Then you need to have the phone have two CallPark buttons. 1 for each account. OR Have the operator Transfer *3, and it should send it to either accounts call park slot. The system will let you know which slot it puts it in.
  3. Any news on the Bookmark plugin, or a feature like it? I know everyone's been busy with the upgrade etc... It would be a Super cool plugin to add (for me anyways)
  4. Don't want to high jack this. Any us-west.p.zswitch.net West Coast Data Center customers with "Comcast" having issues? Brought 3 customers on-board over the past Month 8-10 forward. And they seem to have issues. Spent about 1-3 cumulative man days on one customer in troubleshooting. Pulling hair out...oh wait, hair is just jumping ship.
  5. I created this link in Product FeedBack https://forums.2600hz.com/forums/topic/9188-call-park-ringback-time-change/ My customer wants 5 minutes... Basically the operator sometimes needs to consult for quite awhile on callers accounts... any news on getting into the UI?
  6. I like it! Perhaps as default, make a BookMark "Private" instead of "Public"? I am fine with the "Following" being Public as well as the REP etc... But BookMarks.... I don't know... I guess, I can make the choice. Let's go with Default "Public", but allow a "Private" bookmark option. Great suggestion on a Topic give feedback on the Forum! esoare
  7. Is there an option to "STAR" a post? For instance. I can go to my member page, and under "Post" see all the upvote/downvote activity. I am curious if there is a "STAR" option, that would place a particular post in a "STAR" category. The reason is, I want to "STAR" The post below in https://forums.2600hz.com/forums/topic/1616-so-you-want-to-play-with-mikrotik-routers/ because it has great information that I want to see later...but I don't want to "Search", or go through a post's other stuff, until I find it. The Star, should take me to the Link, but directly to the Post.... Not sure if that is possible. It's not necessary, but seems like a pretty powerful feature. P.s. once again, GREAT forum!! esoare hAP AC (RB962UiGS-5HacT2HnT-US) Be aware the WiFi on this could be better. I get something like 30 ms more jitter on average using WiFi vs wired. That's a little high, but it is WiFi, most people won't notice. Also, Jeff's mentioned to me that the WiFi uses the CPU, so potentially, large WiFi thoughput could cause issues. But, considering your WAN will be limited anyhow, this is only of major concern if you have a client pulling large files off a LAN server over WiFi. And... that's a pretty edge scenario. Long story short, this is my go to for <30 Mbit connections and <20 users and I use it personally at home. Recently On My Radar.... CRS125-24G-1S-2HnD-IN This thing's kind of cool. It's a 24 port switch with WiFi. And because it runs the Mikrotik software you can use it as a SoHo router. One of my IT partners selected it for their customer and asked me if it'd work. I told them it should and it's been working pretty well for that client for a few months now. Really wish it had POE though... Throughput seems to be in the 30 Mbit range as well. But, I havn't done extensive testing on it. Let me know if you want to use this, it requires a small tweak to my script to allow bridging/masterporting of all the switch interfaces. hEX (RB750Gr3) LOVE. THIS. THING. And it's only $60. I wish more clients would let me use it. But, most want an all in one WiFi/Router. It's actually got a faster processor than the hAP and without WiFi bogging down CPU, You can go up to 50Mbps on these. Did I mention I love these? If I were my customer's IT person, I'd be rolling these or RB3011 /w sperate WiFi APs all day long. RB3011 for 50Mbit+ onsite router Theoretically this guys handle about 3Gbps of total thoughput even loaded down with a bunch of firewall rules and Queues. All for <$200. Love it. If my client has access to 50Mbit+ service at their site and isn't terribly price conscious, this is my recommendation + external WiFi. EASY remote management? No, not particularly easy. There's a build in DDNS you can enable. Then you'll be able to access the router via ROUTERSERIALNUMBER.sn.mynetname.net after you put in a firewall rule allowing it using your preference of Winbox/SSH/or :shutter: WebGUI. Once you get in, it's not EASY, but it is stupid powerful. @Logicwrath might be able to give you more info. He plays with this a lot. OH, BTW, turn Safe Mode on if you are editing configs remotely! This makes it so that you are only messing with the running config. And if something goes horribly wrong, just ask you client to reboot the router and it'll come back up with the old config. @Tuly Well... 1) Cost I mean they have a $30 hAP mini... That's got WiFi and can handle about 20 Mbit with full QoS. Not my personal favorite, but for a small branch or an work from home employee's house, it's great. Then there's the hAP AC for $130 that's got decent WiFi and can handle 50 Mbit with full QoS. And then a full blown gigabit+ with QoS for under $200. (RB3011) All with no re-occurring costs. (I'm looking at you meraki) 2) Scipting You can create and regularly run scripts on these routers. I've leveraged this to make my routers automatically find and prioritize VOIP phones. But, I've seen a bunch of other cool stuff. Enabling port kocking for remote access, dual auth, reporting, logging, billing stuff. 3) Wide Variety Of Hardware Options There's a router for pretty much every level of need. From the tiny hAP mini to the $3000 cloud cores that run Africa's whole internet. And, for the most part configs that work on the mini will work on the Cloud Core and vice versa. 4) Features, Features, Features, Features Pretty much every Mikrotik comes with the full suite of features right off the bat. Want to do BGP on your $129 hAP AC? Ok, it's there. Or, how about setting up a site-to-site VPN. YUP, it can do that. What about WiFi or HotSpotting or RIP routing or OSPF routing or packet shaping/QoS or MPLS or Radius or LTE.... I mean the list just keeps going and going. 4) Easy Hand Off Combined with the script I offer, I can ask an IT person a few questions and send them a fully functioning QoS router that'll work in almost any scenario. Before I made the script, we basically had three options, hope the client didn't saturate their connection and cause call quality issues/buy more bandwidth than the client could ever use, set static IPs on the phones and do QoS based on those IPs or do VLANing. The first option was never really an option for me, that's just not how I roll. Options two (static ips) works, but when the client inevitably wants to move a phone somewhere else it causes problems, I've also had IT guys change the DHCP pool on me and cause conflicts and there's been other weird edge issues I can't recall right now. Also, it can be kind of a pain to get a static pool for every location for clients with 10+ locations. Finally, option 3 (VLANs) are great and pretty much best practice. But, you'd be surprised how many IT people don't like them, don't know how they work or just don't want to do that. I find that getting an IT person that wants to do this is the exception. Now, I can support any setup their IT guy wants. I can do DHCP from the router, or let them do DHCP from their DC. I can support VLANing if they want, but I don't have to have it if they don't want to. We can do DNS or let a local server do it. They can assign static IPs to the phones if they are more comfortable or let DHCP handle it. So long as the router can find the phones in it's ARP table, my QoS will work and that's a pretty low bar. 4) Street Cred Only half joking here. We get quite a bit of referrals from local IT guys. And in the initial stages of a partnership, when they want to know what routers we prefer answering MikroTik and being able to geek out on the subject puts your in a whole different category of vendor than most. 5) API (Maybe Someday) Much like with Kazoo, I liked that there was an API from the get go. I may never use it. But I want to know it's there. Because for example with Kazoo, I use it EXTENSIVELY now. Maybe I will with Mikrotik some day. Or not, but it's there! Edited 23 hours ago by Rick Guyton
  8. Your talking through the API, right?... It would take a bit for me to figure that out... Not that I mind, but since this is in production... I didn't see your post above on creating a 0 callflow first, so SmartPBX can't grab that. I opened up a support ticket. esoare
  9. How could I get 0 to go to a new call flow? When I try to do this, I get an error that 0 is in the "MainCallFlow. I may have clicked Main Number. I don't use that. I route everything through Advanced Call Flows... Can I get the 0 Back, and place it on it's own Call Flow for an operator? "data": ⊖{ "numbers": ⊖{ "unique": ⊖{ "cause": "0" "message": "Number 0 exists in callflow d502eeadcc47c919b948c73cb29ce497 MainCallflow", } } }, "error": "500", "message": "validation failed", "request_id": "bb62d41536e55f97588bec7886343ca4", "status": "error", }
  10. It only appears for a certain amount of time... Not sure what the time limit is.
  11. Not that I am aware of. Hopefully it would be available on 2600hz Mobile sometime soon. And even better, on any cell phone. But I am not sure if it is in the pipeline.
  12. It is for the following reason. If as a User, I forward my VoIP phone to my cell phone, using *72 + 1503-xxx-xxxx. 1) I get an outside call (or another extension) that calls me. 2) The call gets forwarded to my cell and I am speaking with the caller 3) I can go to my desk phone. 4) Press 6683 + Send 5) The system will connect the caller to my VoIP phone and disconnect the call to my cell phone. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ It is to move calls to a user, between devices. FYI: hope I'm not spoiling things for anyone This works with 2600hz mobile also! I can move a call 6683, between my Desk VoIP and my 2600hz Mobile device by pressing 6683 + Send on my cell phone. And vice versa. If that answers your question, feel free to hit that "Green Plus" sign on this post. esoare
  13. haha. Missed 2016. I Checked youtube for your video, but no 2016 videos got upload....i'm recollecting technical difficulties... Thanks for the pointer there. Some of us are more at the script kiddie stage and need to be shown slowly. Like, if it doesn't work exactly, I can spend a day on something @mc_ can comprehend in 10 seconds what isn't correct and fix it under 10 minutes. I am happy to report, that I did get a Open Source project running on my web-server. I am pretty stocked about that! It just took all day. esoare
  14. @Izabell balash I would suggest Something with PIVOT! Like a stem to stern including, what the heck do I need to do to, install a pivot server? what programming language, open ports, logic on the pivot server, etc... If you want an interesting example/use case, PM me and I'll let you know what it is Don't want to spoil the surprise if you pick it!
  15. Same here! I'll post that as a suggestion for Kazoocon2017. Like a stem to stern tutorial!
  16. Above is how you do it. You could do it with a User, or a Device. Whichever suites your fancy. esoare
  17. Do you have access to Advanced Call Flows?
  18. What @Tuly is referencing. Advanced Call Flows. Play Media Select the Media that has the Music. Edit. Upload the new file into the media that is named in all the Ring Groups.
  19. Well. Tell them it's in Beta and unavailable. lol.
  20. Definitely Excited over here!! That is totally awesome!! esoare
  21. FASTDEVICE, Sounds good. Looking forward to your product...like within a month or so. es
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