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Darren Schreiber

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  1. Ahh interesting, that was not intentional. Let me see what we can do about that.
  2. Hi gang, We got some great feedback and excitement regarding the 5.x breakening. Thanks for that, that was great to hear. However, after some internal deliberations we’ve come to the conclusion that we did it a bit prematurely. Sorry the whiplash and to disappoint, but we are going to REVERT the repository breakup we just did and postpone it for a later date. But don’t worry, the master branch that it came from (in github.com/2600hz/kazoo) has also been restored. We’ll be back to you with more news once we’ve had some time to re-group on this work.
  3. Yup. The service is referred to as Next Generation 911 and we've been working with bandwidth to get this implemented. It's in progress but actually getting it turned on is non-trivial with them atm. We'll be sure to announce once this is available!
  4. Super duper admin is the primary account you create and all it's users, by default. It gets created with your first account automatically. For bulk import of numbers, you can bulk import numbers with the CSV Jobs app I believe. For "No, I don't think so? What I mean is a simple sip account, i.e. a telephone number user/pass with a credit limit. so that an end user i.e. Joe Homeuser can purchase a phone and a $10 monthly service, but has no PBX attached from his perspective. " I think what you're saying is you want to create accounts with just one phone/user in them and then have limits in them, like a calling card service or home phone service. This is possible but there's no "one button push" to do it. Everything is API based though so you could make your own app to do it.
  5. Hi there! Thanks for trying out Kazoo! Lots of questions indeed. Let me try to answer each, below... We are looking for assistance on the documentation side, if you are interested in helping out, please let us know! So actually the rating stuff is kind of generic and you can use any currency you like, but we hardcoded US in the UI for now. So you would just have to change that. We don't deal with tax right now, and the billing engine is kind of archaic and is due a re-write. I would recommend using only the limits and per-minute rate tracking features and overriding the UI to put in your own currency. We would welcome contributions to make the currency dynamic, we just haven't had the time to do it. Like a single install? Just remove accounts manager from the apps list and it's a standalone PBX if that's what you mean. We have some more open-source apps coming out soon but not yet. The provisioner / carrier manager / dialplan apps are currently closed source. Please contact sales@2600hz.com for those. There is a blacklist application that I believe is released open-source. You can use that. Thanks! Go into the Futon database and go into the accounts DB. Delete the bogus account. Also, drop the databases for the bogus account as well. Then you should be good to go.
  6. The old posts are too hard to merge back into the restored community, so they are lost. You will need to re-post your content if you still have an open question/comment I'm afraid.
  7. The compiled versions are. Good question what happened to the scripts which create them. @Karl Anderson any ideas?
  8. To be clear the ISO was actually an auto-installer that would download the latest version from the web. That said, it was for 3.x. Hasn't been updated for 4.x. But the date is not so relevant. The configs changed from 3.x to 4.x though.
  9. How does that accomplish telling the PSAP what room or floor the person is on?
  10. Also there's only like 3 actual certified VoIP PSAP interconnect companies, everyone is just reselling their stuff. I believe it's 911 Enable (now West?), Intrado (also now West?) and bandwidth.
  11. Hi there, As far as I know, every number gets a unique address (even room number) so I am not aware of a way you can transmit the specifics of the room or location number with granularity at this time. If someone is working on that, it is news to me - right now they make money off each of those numbers so there's no motivation, to my knowledge, to fix that. We played with an idea at one point to change the APIs in realtime - person dials 911, we update the API with the latest address, pause for 2 seconds, then connect the call, but decided it was a terrible idea to have someone wait on the line, even for 2 seconds, when calling 911, so abandoned that (without the pause the databases didn't seem to update reliably enough / rapidly enough). So I am unaware of a solution to this besides paying per number.
  12. Thanks for writing. I'll try to answer your questions as best I can! You wrote: "1) I would like to know how many registrations/calls Kazoo can manage for each Kazoo/kamailio node (for registrations) and for each FreeSwitch node (for calls). How can I estimate these values? Do I have to evalutate for each node or for the entire cluster?" Currently we have a number of people hitting between 10,000 and 30,000 on a single proxy. There are some optimizations we're working on which should raise that limit, but that's the norm, on mediocre hardware. You wrote: "2) I would like to start with 2 nodes. How can I setup them? 1 FS + 1 DB/Kazoo? 1FS+1DB + 1Kazoo? All-in-one? Next they will be scaled as the registered devices increase." Yes, we support this now. All-in-one nodes are fine. You can split the components out later. But use at least 2 servers so you have some redundancy. You wrote: "3) I know Kazoo 4.0 pretty good (applications and source code). Is it a good idea to start with 4.1 instead?" Up to you, 4.1 is stable now. There was a memory leak in Kamailio 5.0.3a but I believe that is patched also, so should be good to go. We are running 4.1 publicly on many clusters now.
  13. Unfortunately, I still have no idea what you're asking :-/
  14. You can use PRIs with Kazoo. But I don't know what you mean by "linking" two PRIs?
  15. Found the setting and changed it! You should now be able to edit.
  16. We do not allow email signatures or profile signatures. The resources you are using here are paid for by 2600Hz and 2600Hz customers and too many people try to use email signatures, in my opinion from past forums, to advertise their services who don't contribute to the project. So they should be getting stripped or will be removed manually by moderators.
  17. Miss the old Google Groups "email only" format of communicating? With the help of ninja engineer @Bret Truchan, we're bringing it back! You can now reply by email to notifications you receive from the forum. Read https://forums.2600hz.com/forums/announcement/5-post-to-forums-via-email-now-available/ for more details. (We're working on a simple way to email all posts to you as well. Stay tuned for that)
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  19. Hi everyone, A lot of times folks are hesitant to try a new software product. Your time is worth something and spending effort learning and configuring a service that won't do what you ultimately want can be a waste. So, ask any questions you have first - right here in our pre-flight forum!
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