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Asterisk Tutorial 15 - Asterisk Subroutines [english]
 
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Ever wanted to know how to get rid of all those lines of code that repeat themselves over and over again? Today we get yet even more real world like by reducing our business hours dialplan settings to just 2 lines of subroutine coding. In our example, we demonstrate how to use a subroutine to remove the unnecessary lines of dialplan coding when setting up your business hours - although subroutines are by no means limited to solely this function. Important information here is, if you can avoid using the "macro" function, you should, as this option will only provide a depth of seven levels, after which Asterisk will probably crash - use the "GoSub" application instead. For more information on our turnkey business phones systems and UC solutions, visit our website: https://www.pascom.net/en/
Views: 7893 pascom GmbH & Co. KG
15 Amazing Phone Functions You Had No Idea Existed
 
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15 secret phone codes that will give you access to the hidden functions of your smartphone. Did you know that you can hide your number in every outgoing call you make? Find out more great phone tricks in our video! TIMESTAMPS IMEI number 0:40 Number identification 1:23 Statistics and secret menu 1:50 No outgoing calls 2:28 Instant factory settings 2:58 Whole reinstallation 3:30 Better communication 3:58 Listen to yourself 4:30 Service center number 4:58 Quick turning off 5:20 Call waiting 5:51 Quick service menu 6:36 Signal information 6:59 Straight to voicemail 7:39 Hide your number in outgoing calls 8:13 SUMMARY - This simple code *#06# is available for both iPhone and Android users. By pressing it, you can see your International Mobile Equipment Identity number, or, as it shortly called, IMEI. - The code *#30# will help you turn your number identification on or off. So if you want to hide your identity and go incognito for some time, this is a way to go. It works the other way around also. By pressing *#30#, you can find out the number identification of the person, who's calling you if he or she didn't turn it off beforehand. - The combination *#*#4636#*#* has various purposes, depending on your device. If you have an Android, use this code to see the Wi-Fi signal as well as your battery and CPU usage statistics along with other information. - If you want to try in just press the following combination - *33*#. Voilà! Now you won't be bothered by any outgoing calls. Don't forget that you can turn this function off any time by pressing #33*pin#. - After using the combination *#*#7780#*#*, your phone will remove Google account settings as well as application data and settings. - The code *2767*3855# will not only remove all your phone files and settings but also reinstall your phone's firmware. - The combination *3370# is available only for iPhone users and turns on an EFR coding. It improves the quality of your communication, but, unfortunately, reduces battery life. - Press the combination *#*#8351#*#*, and you'll be able to listen to recordings of your own voice during the last 20 phone calls! - iPhone users can quickly find out the number of a service center for a current provider when in need, by simply pressing the combination *#5005*7672#. - Press *#*#7594#*#*, and your phone will turn off instantly without showing you this small menu. - If you're in this group of people, and you have an iPhone, there is a very important function that can make your life way easier. It's this combination - *43#. - If you're in this group of people, and you have an iPhone, there is a very important function that can make your life way easier. It's this combination - *43#. - Enter the Field Mode by tapping *3001#12345#*, then press and hold Power until the off slider appears. Then release Power and press Home. Now you see your signal in dBa. - IPhone users can turn on the call forwarding function so that all your incoming calls will be pushed right to voicemail. All you have to do is dial *#21#, and there you go. - This simple combination #31# “phone number” will allow you to hide your phone number in all outgoing calls! It's definitely worth a try. Which one of these codes do you find the most useful? Tell us your opinions in the comment section below! Subscribe to Bright Side : https://goo.gl/rQTJZz ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Our Social Media: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/brightside/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/brightgram/ SMART Youtube: https://goo.gl/JTfP6L 5-Minute Crafts Youtube: https://www.goo.gl/8JVmuC ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- For more videos and articles visit: http://www.brightside.me/
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Introduction to Telephone Systems
 
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Follow Eli on the Vlog Channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/EliComputerGuyLive Info Level: Beginner Presenter: Eli the Computer Guy Date Created: August 2, 2010 Length of Class: 54 Minutes Tracks Telephone Systems Prerequisites None Purpose of Class This class introduces students to the basic components of telephone systems. Topics Covered Public Switched Telephone Network Central Offices Trunk Lines PBX and Voicemail Systems PBX Stations Voicemail Subcribers Class Notes Introduction Telephone systems are not complicated if you understand how they work. A Word on VoIP VoIP is not a telephone system PSTN PSTN -- Public Switched Telephone Network is like the Internet, but for telephone communication NADP -- North American Dialing Plan -- Is the system for routing telephone calls. Central Office -- All telephone lines connect to a local central office Trunk Lines Every Trunk Line has a telephone number A Trunk Line allows for 1 incoming or outgoing call. You can have far more telephones in a building then you have trunk lines. Incoming Trunk lines are setup in Hunt Groups. If the main phone number is busy the call is automatically forwarded to the next number in the Hunt Group Incoming Hunt Groups are setup by your local telephone company. Outgoing calls can be routed to use selected trunk lines. This in configured in your PBX. PBX and Voicemail The PBX routes telephone calls The Voicemail system provides all audio messaging. (Voicemail boxes, Message Boards, and Auto Attendant Messages) Stations All devices that connect to the PBX are "Stations". This includes telephones, call boxes, intercom systems, etc. There are 2 types of stations; Analogue and Digital. Analogue and Digital stations have to be connected to appropriate ports on the PBX. An analogue phone cannot connect to a digital port and vice versa. Almost all fax machines and phones you buy at retail stores are analogue. If your new fax machine does not work it may be because it's plugged into a digital line. Subscribers Subscribers are users of the Voicemail system. Subscribers do not have to have stations Voicemail ports are the number of connections to the Voicemail system at any one time. This includes not just people retrieving their voicemail, but also incoming calls that connect to Auto Attendant messages. Final Thoughts Be careful before you touch! Most older telephone and voicemail systems were administered using a phone keypad, NOT and computer interface. If you mess something up it can be very difficult to rebuild a deleted Auto Attendant or such. Resources North American Numbering Plan PSTN -- Wikipedia
Views: 636943 Eli the Computer Guy
Insert a Symbol or Special Character in Word
 
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Check out our new Word text: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0755BCR89 Save time and increase productivity! This video shows how to insert a variety of different symbols, images, and graphics into a Microsoft Word document. Video Transcript: In this video I'd like to show you how to insert a symbol in Microsoft Word. And this can be pretty useful when you're looking for a character, a graphic, or some type of image that isn't available on the keyboard. So let me show you what I mean. If I go to, actually first let's dial up this font so it's easier for you to see, if I go to Insert and then Symbol notice first of all that I have a lot of symbols, some of these I've used recently, some I have not. But they give me a lot of symbols here. I'm going to go ahead and go to More Symbols. And then here we have a whole bunch of different symbols we can use. I like to use the mathematical operators for some of the work I do. Where just to show you briefly here, notice here there's a less than or equal sign, greater than equal sign, these aren't symbols that I can't get from my keyboard. I can't get that equal part of the less than sign. So if I like a symbol, I want to select it, click Insert, and there you go. So here's my less than or equal to symbol. I use a lot of other symbols but those that are probably most popular, what most people are looking for, if you go to Font and go down to what's called Wingdings, this one here notice there's a lot of different graphics that are available. A checkbox or an X in a box and all these different graphics, some numbers, and so on. You can just scroll down and see those. And then you might want to try the Wingdings 2 and 3 as well, these have a lot of different images. I encourage you to explore all of these options and I think you'll see that, while the graphics aren't exactly that high tech, they can serve one's needs in creating documents and enhancing your documents, and just giving us more options or more flexibility as we work in Word. So there are a lot of options here if you notice this. You can scroll through and play with some of these. But once again I think the Wingdings are probably the most commonly sought after images by most people. OK that's it. Thanks for watching. YouTube Channel: Efficient Learning https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCyuJXOOwjEre3PyJzfg_Y6g At efficient learning, we focus on creating quick and easy-to-follow video tutorials on Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and other software. Our focus is on providing the help you're looking for fast. New videos posted regularly. With Efficient Learning, get the most out of your software, increase productivity, and save time. Subscribe today! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCyuJXOOwjEre3PyJzfg_Y6g
Views: 44561 Office Pros
PJSIP: Tuning for Performance
 
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Learn how to tune the Asterisk PJSIP channel driver for a high volume environment. Includes discussions about, and examples of configuring real-time database access, the use of caches and other configure options and distribution of workload
Teracom Videotutorial V8: What is a softswitch?
 
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Explains what a softswitch is by first undersanding what a CO switch is, with video of a visit to a REALLY BIG DMS-100 Central Office telephone switch, plus a discussion of the awesome call disposition filters you will be able to apply to your incoming communications in the future. Part of Teracom DVD Video Course V8: Understanding Voice over IP 1 Components • Standards • Architectures Length 134 minutes. 60-page student manual. ISBN 1894887417 http://www.teracomtraining.com/video_courses.htm Understanding VoIP is a comprehensive set of multimedia video courses on DVD designed for those needing to get up to speed on and understand Voice over IP technologies, buzzwords, jargon and mainstream solutions, and importantly, the ideas and fundamental concepts underlying VoIP, independent of any particular vendor's viewpoint. knowledge you can't get reading trade magazines or talking to salespeople. Featuring detailed graphics, bullets, extensive text notes and our engaging and often humorous instructor Eric Coll, M.Eng., P.Eng., these training courses will give you the solid foundation you need to intelligently discuss, compare, evaluate and understand VoIP technologies, products and implementations. We'll get started with a big-picture view of VoIP, identifying and explaining key components, jargon and buzzwords, standards and protocols. Then we'll review the many flavors of VoIP, comparing and contrasting implementation and architecture choices. Starting with Internet telephony and progressing through Managed IP Telephony, PBX replacement, Hosted PBXs, IP Centrex and Asterisk, you'll gain the knowledge you need to confidently differentiate VoIP architectures and discuss pros and cons of different implementation options. "Softswitches" is a free sample, Lesson 1.09 of this DVD, explaining what a softswitch is by understanding what a "hard" switch is, visiting a DMS-100 Central Office telephone switch. Course Outline Chapter 1 VoIP Systems, Components, Standards, Jargon and Buzzwords 1.03 The Big Picture 1.05 Terminals 1.07 Voice in IP Packets 1.09 Soft Switches / SIP Servers / Call Managers 1.11 Media Servers 1.13 Gateways 1.15 LANs and WANs 1.17 Key VoIP Standards 1.19 Where All of This is Headed: Broadband IP Dial Tone Chapter 2 VoIP Architectures and Implementation Choices 2.03 Computer-Computer VoIP over the Internet 2.05 Skype and IM 2.07 Computer to Phone e.g. SkypeOut (DS0 Interconnect to LEC) 2.09 Phone to Phone over the Internet e.g. Vonage 2.11 Managed IP Telephone Service (MIPT) 2.13 IXCs and IP-based Backbones 2.15 VoIP for Businesses and Organizations 2.17 VoIP-Enabled PBX and Migration Options 2.19 PBX Replacement 2.21 Hosted PBXs 2.23 IP Centrex 2.25 Asterisk and Open-Source IP-PBX Software 2.27 SO/HO IP Phone Features and Uses Teracom's self-paced telecom DVD-video courses Ideal for those who need to learn about telecom, datacom, networking and IP outside of structured seminars. Each course comes with an approx. 2-hour full-color DVD, a comprehensive workbook/textbook with copies of all graphics and detailed reference notes that are sure to be a valuable reference for years to come; plus a knowledge evaluation exercise and personalized course completion certificate suitable for framing.
How to Make and Receive Phone Calls using C# and ASP.NET
 
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Get the code here: Make Call: https://www.twilio.com/docs/guides/how-to-make-outbound-phone-calls-in-csharp?utm_source=youtube&utm_medium=video&utm_campaign=youtube_brent_quickstarts Receive Call: https://www.twilio.com/docs/guides/how-to-respond-to-incoming-phone-calls-in-csharp?utm_source=youtube&utm_medium=video&utm_campaign=youtube_brent_quickstarts
Views: 9587 Twilio
V8: Understanding Voice over IP 1 - Introduction and Preview
 
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Teracom DVD Video Course V8: Understanding Voice over IP 1 Components • Standards • Architectures Length 134 minutes. 60-page student manual. ISBN 1894887417 http://www.teracomtraining.com/video_courses.htm Understanding VoIP is a comprehensive set of multimedia video courses on DVD designed for those needing to get up to speed on and understand Voice over IP technologies, buzzwords, jargon and mainstream solutions, and importantly, the ideas and fundamental concepts underlying VoIP, independent of any particular vendor's viewpoint. knowledge you can't get reading trade magazines or talking to salespeople. Featuring detailed graphics, bullets, extensive text notes and our engaging and often humorous instructor Eric Coll, M.Eng., P.Eng., these training courses will give you the solid foundation you need to intelligently discuss, compare, evaluate and understand VoIP technologies, products and implementations. We'll get started with a big-picture view of VoIP, identifying and explaining key components, jargon and buzzwords, standards and protocols. Then we'll review the many flavors of VoIP, comparing and contrasting implementation and architecture choices. Starting with Internet telephony and progressing through Managed IP Telephony, PBX replacement, Hosted PBXs, IP Centrex and Asterisk, you'll gain the knowledge you need to confidently differentiate VoIP architectures and discuss pros and cons of different implementation options. "Softswitches" is a free sample, Lesson 1.09 of this DVD, explaining what a softswitch is by understanding what a "hard" switch is, visiting a DMS-100 Central Office telephone switch. Course Outline Chapter 1 VoIP Systems, Components, Standards, Jargon and Buzzwords 1.03 The Big Picture 1.05 Terminals 1.07 Voice in IP Packets 1.09 Soft Switches / SIP Servers / Call Managers 1.11 Media Servers 1.13 Gateways 1.15 LANs and WANs 1.17 Key VoIP Standards 1.19 Where All of This is Headed: Broadband IP Dial Tone Chapter 2 VoIP Architectures and Implementation Choices 2.03 Computer-Computer VoIP over the Internet 2.05 Skype and IM 2.07 Computer to Phone e.g. SkypeOut (DS0 Interconnect to LEC) 2.09 Phone to Phone over the Internet e.g. Vonage 2.11 Managed IP Telephone Service (MIPT) 2.13 IXCs and IP-based Backbones 2.15 VoIP for Businesses and Organizations 2.17 VoIP-Enabled PBX and Migration Options 2.19 PBX Replacement 2.21 Hosted PBXs 2.23 IP Centrex 2.25 Asterisk and Open-Source IP-PBX Software 2.27 SO/HO IP Phone Features and Uses Teracom's self-paced telecom DVD-video courses Ideal for those who need to learn about telecom, datacom, networking and IP outside of structured seminars. Each course comes with an approx. 2-hour full-color DVD, a comprehensive workbook/textbook with copies of all graphics and detailed reference notes that are sure to be a valuable reference for years to come; plus a knowledge evaluation exercise and personalized course completion certificate suitable for framing.
Alt codes ◄ ƒöΓ symbols öñ Laptop keyboards ♥
 
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Guys, there's a better way to write symbols, really. Just use http://tell.wtf/ and paint a symbol to find it. https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/tellwtf/ageiikgnhpnpcnaifeaikpphhgealfia - Chrome plugin for Tell.WTF Also, to those whom this video guide doesn't help ⇨ http://fsymbols.com/keyboard/windows/layouts/ is even better than Alt codes. http://fsymbols.com/keyboard/windows/alt-codes/laptop/ In this video I will show you how to type symbols from PC-type laptop keyboards by using alt codes. First thing you have to do is to find a numeric keypad on your laptop's keyboard. It consists of "7", "8", "9", "u", "i", "o", "j", "k", "l" and "m" buttons. You can see some tiny numbers on those keys. I will be calling them Ten-Key later. Now let's enable Num Lock. On most laptops, Num Lock can be enabled, or disabled by NumLk key , or by a combination of FN (the function key) and ScrLk (screen lock key). When you'll enable Num Lock, some corresponding indicator will light up. Choose input field where you want to write symbols. Now when you'll hit those ten-key keys - you'll be entering numbers. That's good. Just for example let's take per mile ‰ sign. It's alt code is 0137. I remind you that Num Lock has to be ON. To input per mile press and hold down Alt key. Now use the Ten-Key to input per mile symbol's alt code. Type 0 1 3 7. Let go of all the keys. If everything went okay, you should have inputted the per mile symbol. If not then try typing alt code while simultaneously holding Alt AND FN keys. That may work. So thanks, for watching if you want to find out more, or if you have any questions, suggestions then go to my website: http://fsymbols.com/. By the way, please rate this video.
Views: 703198 Ihor Menshykov
How to Make and Receive Phone Calls with PHP
 
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Create a free Twilio account at https://twilio.com/try-twilio You can find the text version of this content at https://www.twilio.com/docs/quickstart/php/twiml
Views: 11989 Twilio
How to Calculate a Correlation Matrix in SPSS
 
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This video examines how to produce a correlation matrix on three or more variables in SPSS, including how to interpret the results. Video Transcript: In this video we'll take a look at how to calculate a correlation matrix in SPSS. And a correlation matrix involves calculating all possible pairs of correlations. So, in this example here, notice there's 3 variables. For our correlation matrix, we'll calculate a correlation between SAT and social support, SAT and college GPA, and then finally social support and college GPA. And the way to do that is we want to go to Analyze and then Correlate and then select Bivariate. Now here we want to move our 3 variables over to the Variables box. We'll leave the default option, Pearson, selected, since we want the Pearson r correlation coefficient. We'll leave a two-tailed test selected as our default and then we'll go ahead and let SPSS flag the significant correlations. And we'll go ahead and test these correlations using an alpha of .05. Go ahead and click OK. And then here we get the output of our correlation matrix. And, as you can see here we have all of our variables SAT, social support, I'll go ahead and expand that a little bit, and college GPA in the columns then we have the same variables in the rows again. And where two variables meet or intersect, that's the bivariate correlation. Notice here on this main diagonal, we call it, these are all 1.0, or perfect correlations. Well that really shouldn't be surprising if you think about it, because this is the correlation of a variable with itself. So SAT with SAT, that's always going to be 1.0, social support with social support is 1, and college GPA with college GPA is 1. So these are always 1 on the main diagonal. What we want to look at is the off-diagonal. So either these 3 values right here in this lower triangle or these 3 values up here in the upper triangle. They're the exact same tests. So in other words, notice here we have social support and SAT, a correlation of .177. We have the exact same thing right here, SAT and social support, correlation of .177. So we'll just go and look at this lower triangle here. So notice that, as I said before, the correlation between social support and SAT is .177, college GPA and SAT is .650, and then finally social support and college GPA is .408. Now notice that these two correlations have asterisks next to them, and that this one has two asterisks and this one has one. Well if we look at the p-values here for each of these tests, which are shown under Sig., we can see that in fact the correlation between SAT and college GPA has a p-value of, it's reported as .000. What that really means is that it's less than .0005 and it's been rounded down. So this is a very small p-value, and this p-value is .015. Well notice that this p-value of .000 is less than .01, it's also less than .05. So this has two asterisks because, notice here on this note, 'correlation is significant at the .01 level,' since this p-value is less than .01, that's why we get the two asterisks here. Now for this correlation between social support and college GPA, notice the p-value here is .015. That's not less than .01, since this is .015, but it is less than .05. So it gets one asterisk, because it's less than .05, but not less than .01. Now we were testing these at .05, so we would say that SAT and college GPA, and social support and college GPA are both significant correlations. These correlations are significantly different than 0. And notice they're both positive, so higher scores on one variable are associated with higher scores on the other variable. Now social support and SAT is not significant, it had a p-value .310, and that's definitely greater than .05, so this correlation is not significant. So we cannot conclude that it's significantly different than 0. OK, so in summary, these two correlations are significant, and this one is not. And the correlation matrix calculated all these correlations at a single point in time. Now there's no limit to the number of variables you can calculate, you could have moved 10 variables over and had 45 correlations in that case. So there really is no limit all to the number of bivariate correlations you can calculate in your correlation matrix. Now we can also test if this entire matrix itself is significant. Now here I'm not talking about bivariate correlations, as we've done here, but this whole matrix at once, is it significant. And I'll do that in another video. Thanks for watching.
How to Choose the BEST Options Strategy
 
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Views: 52517 Option Alpha
Avatar Login Final Expense Life, avatarthegreat.com http://192.99.21.198/avatar.php
 
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www.avatarthegreat.com https://youtu.be/mNA7Y1GI9tE Hello, Greg here. I'm going to make a demonstration for you on how to log in the VICIdial avatar campaign. Before we do that, we're going to check our settings with Zoiper in the computer. Make sure they're set right. And here it is. You need to have this set on cable output for your audio devices. And click apply, click okay. And that's the way it should be, it's as simple as that. Then on our little speaker, you're going to right click that. Check our playback devices. And that needs to be on cable input. Just depending on what you're doing with your computer at any particular time, you can set it back on the headset. You can set it back on the speakers, and you can set it back on the cable input. Which is what we need for the avatar. So we're ready to go. We're going to click on agent log in. Don't get hung up here with the auto fill. You're going to need to put in the credentials I've given you. Make sure you do that, make sure you keep a note of what I give you for the login credentials. And here we go, Maria avatar. I can click that. I answer the call from Zoiper. You are currently the only person in this conference. This screen allows us to get both incoming and outgoing calls. We're going to click on this, move it over to the right. And then check off blended calling, and submit. Now we're on our main agent page. From here, we're going to click on script and refresh to get to our sound board. And there it is. Now I've sent you documentation on how to work the soundboard. And you're going to need to review that. Let's talk a little bit about how to disposition the calls from here. So someone's not interested, and they're angry with you. You're going to hang up customer, and you're going to disposition that as a do not call. If someone's just quickly hung up on you, or the call didn't work out somehow. You're just going to quickly hang up the customer and quickly double click on answering machine. And it'll put you right back here in the queue. Anytime you have someone that is interested, you're going to make your notes here in the comments box. And you need to finish those before you hang up. You're going to hang up, and then all of the positive leads, we're going to disposition as a sale. And this is going to end our demonstration of how to log in.
FreePBX 101 - Part 7- IVRs and System Recordings
 
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This is part 7 in the FreePBX 101 series. In this video, we discuss IVR's and system recordings. Please see the FreePBX 101 playlist for the entire series! FreePBX 101 - Part 1: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LsfqSnGZ3dI FreePBX 101 - Part 2: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xBny4hKCM3A FreePBX 101 - Part 3: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WgWovGKz5v4 FreePBX 101 - Part 4: https://youtu.be/uNlygMYvNlk FreePBX 101 - Part 5: https://youtu.be/aFrMecTpoyk FreePBX 101 - Part 6: https://youtu.be/EH5XrhtUiSo Visit http://CrosstalkSolutions.com for FreePBX support, installation, and consulting. Legal mumbo jumbo: FreePBX® is a Registered Trademark of Sangoma Technologies.
Views: 37873 Crosstalk Solutions
FreePBX 101 - Part 9 - How to Forward Calls to a Cell Phone
 
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This is a short video, but a very important feature! How to use Misc. Destinations to forward calls to external phone numbers (mostly used for cell phones). FreePBX 101 - Part 1: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LsfqSnGZ3dI FreePBX 101 - Part 2: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xBny4hKCM3A FreePBX 101 - Part 3: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WgWovGKz5v4 FreePBX 101 - Part 4: https://youtu.be/uNlygMYvNlk FreePBX 101 - Part 5: https://youtu.be/aFrMecTpoyk FreePBX 101 - Part 6: https://youtu.be/EH5XrhtUiSo FreePBX 101 - Part 7: https://youtu.be/YXNTlA3kPWI FreePBX 101 - Part 8: https://youtu.be/8ht-26pBOko Visit http://CrosstalkSolutions.com for FreePBX support, installation, and consulting. Legal mumbo jumbo: FreePBX® is a Registered Trademark of Sangoma Technologies.
Views: 28589 Crosstalk Solutions
Call Extension Options and Settings
 
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This 3-minute lesson is about call extension options and settings in AdWords. I’m going to explain what call extensions are, main choices when it comes to options and settings, and some best practices. Learn easily at http://www.3minute-adwords.com/ (All videos are 3 minutes.) Have questions? Email [email protected] Barry Abraham Brickway Marketing
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Organizing, Moving Files Using Terminal
 
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This demo I'm moving files around using the ' * ' asterisk wildcard option to select files by its extension. I also try to make use of the ' | ' pipe option as well but fail about three times before I'm successful in using it. Theirs also the extensive use of the ' touch ' command to create dummy files in order to accomplish the use of this demo.
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Who Is Calling Me Part 6
 
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http://whoiscallingmenow.com/ All cell phone devices these days are equipped with a built-in Caller ID feature, and most landline telephones have it, too. When you receive an incoming call, the Caller ID shows the time, date and the number of the caller. If a caller chooses to make his identity anonymous, he can put a block on his number before calling you. In that case, your caller ID will show you "Blocked," "Restricted," "Private" or "Withheld" caller. If you do not entertain anonymous callers and want to find out the real number before attending the call, there are ways to find the number. Subscribe in an anonymous call rejection service if your network carrier supports it. The feature is provided by most network carriers in the United States. Once you activate the service on the phone, every caller who has blocked his number will receive a voice notification that the recipient is not receiving blocked calls at the moment. The notification will tell the caller what to dial to unblock his number. Once he reveals the number, the call will be put through and your phone will ring. Subscribe to the "Privacy Director" service if your carrier offers it. Using this feature, your phone will automatically intercept all the calls labeled as "Blocked," "Withheld" or "Unidentified." Pick up the phone when you receive a blocked call, and politely ask the person to identify himself. Another option is to allow the call to go straight to your voicemail, where the person may leave his contact details for you to contact him. But I found these great websites that enables you to search who is calling you. All you need to do is sign up and you will be given a free trial to try out their services. You can do unlimited searches not just in phone number database but also in different categories like people search, title search, background search; public information, and even your family's ancestry records and a lot more. There are also membership plans you can choose from and if you wish not to continue your membership you can cancel your payment anytime. Visit http://whoiscallingmenow.com/ or click the link below for the total guide on how to find who is calling you.
Views: 393 lauraturner1984
VoIP Supply | RenegadePBX Unboxing
 
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Join Marc Spehalski, our Senior VoIP Engineer, as we unbox the RenegadePBX by VoIP Supply and use it to make two Grandstream phone's ring using Elastix. http://www.voipsupply.com/renegadepbx-1u-appliance-with-elastix-open-source-software Hi, I’m Marc Spehalski, Senior VoIP Engineer at VoIP Supply and I’m here to unbox our brand new product the RenegadePBX. So lets get to it. Immediately you can see the USA sticker. This product is proudly made in the USA. So inside the box we have the PBX itself, and the power cord. With the power cord, there is also an included CAT5 cable, and the rack ears. On the back of the PBX, you see the power supply, keyboard and mouse, HDMI, VGA, two Ethernet gigabit ports, four USB, soundcard, and two PCI card slots. The renegadePBX ships with many different options, but they all ship with at least a sixty-one gigabyte, solid-state drive, two gigabytes of DDR3 Ram, and supports up to 75 concurrent calls. This particular PBX shipped with Elastix, an Asterisk based PBX, but for a complete list of options, please visit VoIP Supply dot com. Now that we have unboxed the RenegadePBX, lets put it to good use. So, next I’d like to register the Grandstream GXV3275, one of my personal favorites, and the super popular GXP2140. The first thing we need to do, is plug the PBX into the outlet. Then we can also plug it into the network. I’ll also add the two phones to the network. If you don’t have external power supplies for your phones, make sure you are plugging them into a POE enabled switch. Now that the RenegadePBX is fully powered on, we are ready to log in to the web interface via the IP address assigned by your DHP server. Our IP address in the lab is going to be ten dot ten dot ten dot fifty-six. Accept the self-sign certificate, and use the standard credentials: Admin, and VoIP Supply! Now it’s time to create a couple of extensions, and register the two phones. The first step is to click on the PBX tab, then to add an extension, click submit. We’ll call this first extension, 2001. And we’ll just call it, test. We will leave the rest default for now, but we will pay particular attention to the SIP Secret, which we’ll need later. We’ll scroll down, and click submit. We’ll also apply the config, and create the second extension. The next step is to log to each phone, and register to the RenegadePBX. On the GXV3275, it’s very easy. On the home screen, it already tells you what the IP address is, so we’ll just enter that into our browser. On the GXP2140, you hit the center button, go to status, and network status. Next we will register the accounts on the phones, to the extensions we built on the PBX. We’ll use the same SIP password that was originally presented to us, on the extension page. Now we have both extensions added. Now that both extensions are registered, we can place a test call using the extensions we created, 2001 and 2002. Hello, thank you for calling VoIP Supply. And it’s really that easy, to create a couple of extensions, and have them work, in only about ten minutes or so. For any further questions regarding the RenegadePBX or any of your VoIP Supply needs, please visit the brand new VoIP Supply dot com website. In the next video, we are going to be building a SIP trunk so we can make and receive calls from the outside. Once again, I’m Marc Spehalski, Senior VoIP Engineer at VoIP Supply, and thanks for watching.
Views: 986 VoIP Supply
How to Use CallerReady's CRM and Softphone
 
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Art Marchessault is a Client Success Manager at CallerReady and he gives a quick walkthrough of CallerReady’s CRM and Softphone. For a free demo, visit http://www.callerready.com/contact/ Watch the video or read the transcript. “I’ve logged in as an agent and I’ll be receiving calls on my CallerReady’s softphone. You can configure agents to receive calls on mobile phones or cell phones, home phones, etc. In the case of this example, let’s launch the CRM with a softphone. Softphone resides here on the right hand side and on the left hand side is lead history or lead summary. Let’s go ahead and drive a call in, and upon answer we are going to get a screen pop. That screen pop is going to include caller ID information in this case. Here is caller information for this call – phone number, city, and state. One the right hand side here on the softphone, you have the caller ID as well as the campaign code. Now you can apply or customize your inbound phone numbers with the campaign codes so that the agent answering the call has an idea of what campaign this call belongs to. On the left hand side, you have two columns. The button for these columns are completely customizable. We have in progress dispositions for leads that you are going to continue to work or nurture. Then you have dispositions for leads that come to an end on this call. For example, I can click on ‘Not Interested.’ That ‘Not Interested’ gets updated down here below. if I wanted to schedule a call, if a lead says “I’m busy at this time, can you please call tomorrow,” you can go ahead and schedule a call clicking in here. When that time calls, we can either drive a call out to the lead and they will heat an IVR saying “This is your scheduled call, please press one,” or we can drive this call out to the rep first. They will also hear an IVR saying “This is your scheduled call, please press one to connect to the lead. That’s also an option there. You do also have the option of bringing in a third party. In this example, we have transfer to compliance so if the sales person needs to bring in a third party, being a manager, a compliance, etc., by clicking that button that will bring that third party in and a warm call transfer can be made. When that agent is ready, they can drop off the line by hitting hang up. And the two parties, the lead and the compliance officer, remain on the call. So that’s a quick overview of the CallerReady’s CRM and softphone. Thanks for watching!”
Views: 167 CallerReady
VoIP Supply Review | Digium A-Series IP Phones
 
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Digium has released a brand new series of SIP phones to be used with any Asterisk-based phone system! Join Marc Spehalski as he goes under the hood and reveals the features and functionality of all four phones! VoIP Supply has Everything You Need For VoIP! https://www.voipsupply.com/?utm_source=YouTube&utm_medium=Video&utm_campaign=VoIP%20Supply Digium A-Series Phones https://www.voipsupply.com/manufacturer/digium/digium-phones/digium-a-series-asterisk-phones?utm_source=YouTube&utm_medium=Video&utm_campaign=Digium%20A%20Series Digium Switchvox https://www.voipsupply.com/manufacturer/switchvox/smb?utm_source=YouTube&utm_medium=Video&utm_campaign=Digium%20Switchvox%20Virtualization ALL Digium Products https://www.voipsupply.com/manufacturer/switchvox?utm_source=YouTube&utm_medium=Video&utm_campaign=Digium%20Switchvox%20Virtualization Follow VoIP Supply On Social Media! VoIP Supply Twitter https://twitter.com/VoIPSupply VoIP Supply Facebook https://www.facebook.com/voipsupply/ VoIP Supply LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/company/108762/ VoIP Supply Google+ https://plus.google.com/u/0/+voipsupply-phones Hi this is Mark back at the lab here at VOIP Supply and today we're here to talk about the A-Series phones by Digium which is Digium's latest affordable option for those who have asterisk-based phone systems. There's four of them and they all have a lot of similarities but there's a couple of interesting differences that we're going to talk about. Let's look at the first two phones in the offering, the A20 and the A22, let's take a look. So right off the bat, you'll notice that the Digium A20 and A22 look identical, there is one main difference between the two in that the A22 has a gigabit port where the A20 has just a 10-100. If you're going to be connecting your PC to a phone you're probably going to want the gigabit if the phone is going to be standalone, the 10-100 is pretty much all you need for any kind of voice communication. With most VOIP phones you have three-way conferencing and with the A20 and A22, you have two SIP registrations, which are marked here by line one and line two which really means SIP registration one and SIP registration two. We have a 2.8-inch color screen with soft keys on both and a directional pad which you'll find on most phones for navigating the menu, other than that all your basic buttons, mute, voicemail button, headset, it does have electronic hook switch, Mute, redial and speakerphone. Both phones have identical features. Taking a look at the back of the A20 it is identical to the A22 so we start with our power port, this is going to be a five volt DC, we have two switches 10-100 ports on the A20, it is gigabit on the A22. POE powered, we have our handset port and our headset port. The middle range of the Digium A series is the A25 which also gives you gigabit ports just like the A22 but there's a couple of extra features here. We see prominently the BLF screen, there are six keys here and you can have up to 30 contacts and you can also have four SIP registrations. Couple other important remarks as far as the A-Series goes, it is provisioned with the HP Options 66, TFTP and uses XML configuration. The phone does, of course, have a web interface so you can make configuration changes and make manual provisioning if you needed to. Moving on to the top of the line of the Digium A series phone, the A30 has a 4.3 inch color screen which is quite a bit larger than the 2.8 inch on the other models, also you can have up to six SIP registrations and does sport a couple of extra feature keys, just makes it a bit more convenient when you want a specific function, other than that it's pretty much similar in function to all of its other predecessors in the series. It's also worth mentioning just like the A22 and A25 the A30 does also have Gigabit speed ports on the back. That's the Digium A series phones, they're very attractive, professional looking phones that are built again specifically for Asterisk. If you're in the market for phones just like these and you have an Asterisk phone system you can pick these up at VOIPSupply.Com, once again I'm Mark here in the lab at VOIP Supply, and remember, all we are is VOIP in the wind. Video by: Stephen Lopian
Views: 281 VoIP Supply
Grandstream UCM Extension Setup
 
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We have the base setup created for our UCM. Let's look at the extension options and configure a phone! H5 Consulting/Contact/Newsletter: http://h5llc.com My Amazon Link: https://www.amazon.com/shop/williehowe SIP.US: http://h5.sip.us H5 Discord: https://discord.gg/3xyT8NX Netool: https://netool.io use code WILLIEHOWE to save at least 10%! Digital Ocean Referral Link: https://m.do.co/c/39aaf717223f Contact us for network consulting and best practices deployment today! We support all Grandstream, Obihai, Polycom, Plantronics, Ubiquiti Networks, MikroTik, Extreme, Palo Alto, and more! Come back for the next video! Twitter - @WillieHowe Instagram - @howex5 SUBSCRIBE! THUMBS-UP! Comment and Share!
Views: 2883 Willie Howe
Nortel Meridian ISDN PRI E1/T1 Configuration
 
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LD 73 for threshold value LD 17 Loop LD17 DCHL LD16 Route LD14 Trunk Channels
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Small Account Options Strategies
 
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http://optionalpha.com - Trading a small account (which we define as any account under $25k of equity or cash) you should be focusing on the following options strategies; credit spreads, debit spreads, iron condors, iron butterflies and calendar spreads. You should not be trading anything with undefined or "naked" risk like strangles or straddles. ================== Listen to our #1 rated investing podcast on iTunes: http://optionalpha.com/podcast ================== Download your free copy of the "The Ultimate Options Strategy Guide" including the top 18 strategies we use each month to generate consistent income: http://optionalpha.com/ebook ================== Grab your free "7-Step Entry Checklist" PDF download today. Our step-by-step guide of the top things you need to check before making your next option trade: http://optionalpha.com/7steps ================== Have more questions? We've put together more than 114+ Questions and detailed Answers taken from our community over the last 8 years into 1 huge "Answer Vault". Download your copy here: http://optionalpha.com/answers ================== Just getting started or new to options trading? You'll love our free membership with hours of video training and courses. Grab your spot here: http://optionalpha.com/free-membership ================== Register for one of our 5-star reviewed webinars where we take you through actionable trading strategies and real-time examples: http://optionalpha.com/webinars ================== - Kirk & The Option Alpha Team
Views: 125473 Option Alpha
M-Fn, AF Points, * Lock, AF-On
 
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Shots out of focus? Auto focus for action, with Canon DSLR; AF/AE lock; and AF-On button with the 5D III.
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Smart Home Solutions - New Hire Training - Computer Setup - Live Calls - Dialer Training
 
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A video showing you guys how to setup and test your computers for working from home, and a live dialing session with the dialer. There are actually a few times throughout my session that I should have gone for getting a technician in their home, and missed out on extra appointments. See if you can figure out which calls. I wasn't able to record their audio, but you can tell what's being said on each call. Rather than edit this video down to answered calls, I really go through a lot of information between calls. ****I mention that normally we have a $750 setup fee and $125 a month cost per rep on our dialer and then I'm cut off by a customer. I forgot to continue that we are covering that cost for all reps that are using the system consistently and frequently.
How Do You Change Aperture On Nikon?
 
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How Do You Change Aperture On Nikon? KNOW MORE ABOUT How Do You Change Aperture On Nikon? I'm definately a beginner, and i'm trying to change my. Rotate the mode dial to m. Be sure to check your manual first learn how set camera for aperture priority, then try experimenting get comfortable with changing the and recognizing effects different apertures will have on re cant change nikon d3400 in mode. Ounces, making it easy to bring around capture your special moments. In mode a, you change the this may seem a little contradictory at first but will become clearer as take pictures varying f stops. Assign shutter speed and aperture lock to a camera control. James roberts uk [deleted] 1 58pm, 17 november 2011 but how do you change the aperture selection on j1 when mode is selected, or have to go with what camera selects? The manual doesn't seem give any guidance. Shutter speed and aperture lock. The range of options available to the photographer nikon imaging asia pacific gateway;. And am currently filming for a school project. How to adjust aperture and shutter speed on your nikon d5300 m manual mode. Highlight options and press to select or deselect, then highlight done. You can also change the iso to get different settings or use exposure compensation (the black white button how do aperture. Then, while holding down the exposure compensation aperture button (located behind and to right of shutter release button), rotate command dial change procedure. Take a lok at page 53 (p, s, a, and m modes shutter speed aparture). Nikon global change location the aperture setting is changed using sub command dial on front of f100. In reply to seamusmdaniel 9 months ago. If i want to use different apertures or shutter speeds rotate the rear command dial, which selects alternate combinations of f stops and give same exposure. Nikon professional how to use the nikon d50 ken rockwell. Nikon 1 d4 first time users tips technical solutions. Change aperture on nikon d3000 and d5000 how to change d5000 photographylife "imx0m" url? Q webcache. Nikon calls this 'program shift. Change aperture on nikon d3000 and d5000. Rotating to the left will decrease aperture, while rotating right increase aperture 19 nov 2013an asterisk ( ) appears next p symbol in upper corner of information and live view displays if you adjust shutter speed settings. The camera will adjust the shutter speed to ensure a good exposure. Googleusercontent search. Today when 5 nov 2016 the nikon d3100 is probably one of best go to cameras for newbies, families, hobbyists, and outdoor lovers. How to take great photos with the nikon d5600 tom's guide. Turn the command dial to right change aperture. How to change aperture on nikon d3000 and d5000. Seamusmdaniel wrote this is my first dslr, ive been using it for about six months. Checking the exposure indicato, adjust shutter speed and apertureto aperture, keep adjusting aperture button pressed while rotating command dial (left for larger apertures lower f
Camton - Monsters
 
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• Subscribe to MusicDaily for more music daily! : http://bit.ly/XIP4V0 • Check out the artist and leave a comment and like. Camton: http://www.youtube.com/user/Camton513 --------------------------------------------------------------------------------­­­­­­­­­­­­­­------------- Lyrics: [Hook] Monster, how should I feel? Creatures lie here Looking through the windows (3x) [Verse 1] Step back let a pro through, I'ma go through, Every rapper if I have to, to make it in this bitch I'm taking every risk, every chance to succeed I'm trying to be a star, no asterisk Headphones on, so I'm zoned and gone Another world's what I'm on, what's a pawn to a king? A rookie to a pro never stalling, always grinding No chandelier, but I'm shining What the fuck now? Say, what the fuck now? Hated all by all these rappers, I must be the dopest sound I hold it down for my city, like im writing in the wind Hiking with a pen, cause it is a trip when I do this Win is my vision, I'm trying to take you into my mind Never will find any rapper of my kind, I ain't buying I am my own breed, I am a one of a kind Said I am my own breed, I'm a one of a kind I'm trying to get my shit bumping from coast to coast Florida out to cali, have it spread around the globe Get them yelling my name out in the UK Then get them repping my shit over in Paraguay See it's more than the money, than the clothes and hunnies I'm talking making a name, making something out of nothing Fuck all of these haters man, I guess they fear me Surrounded by all of them yet they all are nowhere near me [Hook] [Verse 2] Just a kid with a dream and a team full of feens For the green army and we gon' hustle till we rank supreme Bargain at the game, here to stay, ??? Remain the transgress with every bar I raise ?Deborrah?, I ain't shooting for Par I'm trying to take this whole thing to a level you ain't seen before And if you don't respect it, I respect your judgement It's like I'm playing and if you hate it, you can suck it motherfucker I'm doing what I love, get gassed up by a hater Pass you up, see you later, take off higher than a skyscraper Flowing with dopeness, they only hope that it spills Holding the quils, slowly moaning onto my will Pick up the pen, I'm almost ready for the kill Ice in my veins, remained to stay chill They don't want to see me make it, they'd rather see me fall Gives me every reason to prove them all wrong I've beem plotting every stop and got it gone, get it? I'm gon' get it, never stress small shit I'm just trying to ball Shot call, ?? a new car, showing dough off to 'em all Yelling: fuck it if you hate it dawg [Hook] --------------------------------------------------------------------------------­­­­­­­­­­­­­­------------- Become a fan of MusicDaily: http://www.soundcloud.com/MusicDaiIy http://www.twitter.com/MusicDaiIy http://www.facebook.com/officialMusicDaily --------------------------------------------------------------------------------­­­­­­­­­­­­­­-------------
Views: 54467 MusicDaiIy
How-to back button focus on the Canon T4i, T5i, T6i, T6s
 
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🎁 Win Sony a7iii GIVEAWAY LIVE NOW http://photorec.tv/win ➨ My Recommended Gear: https://kit.com/photorectoby 🎧Get Awesome Music for your videos: http://photorec.tv/music 🌠 For 10% off your first purchase, go to http://www.squarespace.com/photorectv 🔥 Join an awesome community and learn photography - https://photoenthusiastnetwork.com/ How to back button focus on the Canon T4i, T5i, T6i, T6s Subscribe for more tips - http://www.youtube.com/user/camerarectoby?sub_confirmation=1 Support my work- buy from B&H: http://bit.ly/TobysBHgear Amazon: http://geni.us/DPRAmazon Adorama: http://bit.ly/DPRadorama Ebay: http://bit.ly/PRTV_ebay Find and Follow me at: Web: http://photorec.tv Twitter: https://twitter.com/photorectoby Instagram: http://instagram.com/photorectoby/ YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/user/camerarectoby?sub_confirmation=1 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Photorec.tv GooglePlus: http://goo.gl/4iQn2 500px https://500px.com/photorectoby Flickr: http://www.flickr.com/groups/digitalphotorec Please shop Amazon to support this video and many more like it- http://goo.gl/ebP1y Follow me on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/photorectoby/
Views: 371755 PhotoRec TV
Grandstream IP PBX UCM6100  setup in 10 minutes (UCM6102, UCM6104, etc)
 
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Quick setup and configuration of Grandstream UCM6100 IP PBX. Creating Extensions Creating Trunks Creating Inbound routes Creating Outbound routes
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Alpha Provision
 
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Настройка АТС на OpenWRT - Asterisk и автопровижн телефонов Yealink
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Cloud PBX and PSTN meetings in Skype for Business
 
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On today's how, we take a closer look at the new Skype for Business services as part of today’s Office 365 announcements. Cloud PBX, PSTN Calling and PSTN Conferencing bring phone calling and meeting dial-in capability to Skype for Business. We demonstrate how easy it is to get numbers and configure calling capabilities for your users with Cloud PBX. Plus, we set up dial-in access for Skype meetings and present the options you have to integrate your current infrastructure with Cloud PBX.
Views: 108330 Microsoft Mechanics
VoIP with Obihai OBi200 and Grandstream!
 
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What is VoIP? Voice over Internet Protocol takes your voice calls off the POTS (plain old telephone service) and puts the calls on the Internet. VoIP calls can withstand about 150ms of latency before call problems start occuring. Want to dip your toe into VoIP? Buy one of the Obihai OBi200 devices and follow along! We'll have a full integration with our Grandstream UCM6202! More Info: Contact us for network consulting and best practices deployment today! We support all Obihai, Polycom, Plantronics, Ubiquiti Networks, Grandstream, MikroTik, Extreme, Palo Alto, and more! My Amazon Link: https://www.amazon.com/shop/williehowe H5 Mailing List: http://h5llc.com H5 Discord: https://discord.gg/3xyT8NX Netool: https://netool.io use code WILLIEHOWE to save at least 10%! Digital Ocean Referral Link: https://m.do.co/c/39aaf717223f SIP.US: http://h5.sip.us Consulting Contact: https://h5technology.com Support Agreement: https://h5technology.com/support Support my channel and keep the lab growing! Come back for the next video! Twitter - @WillieHowe Instagram - @howex5 SUBSCRIBE! THUMBS-UP! Comment and Share!
Views: 6250 Willie Howe
Hardware As A Service (HaaS)
 
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My name is Keith Crockett and I'm the Advanced Solutions Product Manager here at SystemID and I'm here today to introduce Hardware as a Service or as we call it HaaS. With HaaS, basically, hardware is purchased through a monthly subscription plan. We want to focus on 3 benefits that make HaaS unique and affordable for small-medium businesses. First, Buget Approval.With HaaS you pay a monthly subscription fee, meaning there are no large, up-front cash (or capital) outlays. Essentially you are moving your purchase from your balance sheet to your operating expenses, thus approval should be quick and easy! Next we take a look at ROI or Return on Investment.Purchasing barcode technology typically delivers a ROI within 6 months, but often times companies cannot secure the up front capital. Now you can bring barcode technology to your business and get an instant ROI because of small monthly payments. Last, The biggest differentiator is the flexibility that comes with HaaS. Haas is a 3 year subscription; with options available to cancel after the first year, purchase the product outright, add devices as your business grows and migrate to the latest technology. Not only do you get these financial advantages with HaaS but you also ge the peace of mind that you will have no worries about your barcode hardware. If a device fails, SystemID will provide you with a replacement device the very next day so that your down time is kept to an absolute minimum. In addition, our technical support team have the tools capable of controlling your devices remotely, sending updates and troubleshooting for maximum worker efficiency and productivity. System ID is proud to offer this unique purchasing alternative for our small-medium business customers. HaaS provides a great alternative for businesses looking to purchase barcode technology products and solutions where capital budgets are difficult to obtain or even frozen, a fast ROI is required and ultimate flexibility cannot be compromised. To learn more about HaaS go to http://www.systemid.com/haas/ or call one of our knowledgeable sales experts at 888.648.4452.
Provisioning The Polycom VVX 410 With FreePBX Endpoint Manager | VoIP Supply
 
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Join Senior VoIP Engineer Marc Spehalski as he Provisions a Polycom VVX 410 using FreePBX Endpoint Manager. http://www.voipsupply.com/services/configuration Hi, I’m Marc Spehalski, Senior VoIP Engineer at VoIP Supply. Today, we’re going to be doing a demonstration of Sangoma’s Endpoint Manager for FreePBX, which is a commercial module that allows you to provision multiple brands of phones, on the FreePBX platform. Today, we’re going to be doing the Polycom VVX 410, which is straight out of our Refresh stock. Lets go a head and start the configuration, then we’ll plug the phone in, and provision it. Endpoint Manager is a commercial module by Sangoma. It’s about seventy-five dollars, but for that, you get the ability to auto-provision multiple brands of phones, which is a huge value for anyone deploying a lot of phones, or even a lot of phones of various models. To get started with Endpoint Manager, in FreePBX, we go to settings, and Endpoint Manager. In Endpoint Manager, we can see the brands that have already been added. These are a couple different brands that I provisioned in the VoIP Supply Lab, today we’re going to be provisioning a Polycom VVX 410, so we need to add the Polycom brand. When you add a brand you’re building a base template for any Polycom phone that’s supported by Endpoint Manager. Just going to call this Polycom for now. Destination address, make sure this is the IP address of your phone system. So this is our internal IP. Be sure to correct our time zone. And the rest of this I’m going to leave as default. Our provisioning server is going to be the same IP address as our PBX, and we’re going to be using TFTP for phone provisioning. Our DHP server is set up with option sixty-six to point phones towards the TFTP server. Another thing we’re going to check are the global settings. Make sure all these parameters are correct for your network. Our internal IP address is correct, the external IP is not correct currently, but we will not be using remote phones, so this really doesn’t matter right now. Phone admin password is something you’re going to want to pay attention to. In Polycom, the default admin password is four, five, six. It will now be replaced when provisioned with six two’s. User password will be preplaced with one’s. Lets just save global, next lets configure the four-ten model. Lets go back into the Polycom brand. Scroll down and select the VVX 410, and we’ll create a template, for now, a phone with just one line key. Next, we will map a extension that we have prebuilt with the physical phone, so we’ll go to extension mapping. Click, add extension, scroll down, and select the extension you’ve created, we have seven-three-six, our brand is Polycom. We’ll put in the MAC address, and select your model, VVX 410. FreePBX has built our configuration file, so the next step is to plug in the phone. Now that we have the configuration built for the Polycom VVX410, let’s plug it in and let it auto provision. You might have noticed that the phone didn’t actually auto provision, and this might happen to you. Let me show you how to fix it. Hit the home button, go to settings, advanced, four, five, six is the password, administration settings, network configuration, provisioning server, make sure your type is set to trivial FTP, or TFTP, go to DHP menu, make sure we are using option sixty-six only. Hit back twice, three times, save config. The phone will reboot, and next time it boots we should have a provisioned phone. You can see the phone is now registered, so I will place a quick test call to the echo test. And there you have it. As you can see, it was a pretty simple process provisioning the Polycom VVX 410 with Sangoma’s Endpoint Manager for FreePBX. You’ll notice I did not put the handset on the phone, which is typical of a deployment or a provisioning of a large amount of phones. We do offer a provisioning service at VoIP Supply for any new phone system purchases through us, where we’ll actually unbox the phone, upgrade the firmware, and put a configuration on it for the phone system. For any questions regarding our provisioning services call us at 1-800-398-VoIP or visit us at VoIPSupply.com. Once again, I’m Marc Spehalski, Senior VoIP Engineer at VoIP Supply, thanks for watching. VoIP Supply is a leading Internet retailer of voice over IP hardware, with over one hundred and twenty-five thousand customers worldwide. Click subscribe to stay up to date on the latest from VoIP Supply and VoIP technology. Thanks for watching. Video By: Stephen Lopian
Views: 3892 VoIP Supply
Should Startups Get VoIP?
 
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Are you an entrepreneur with a young business? In this week's edition of Telonium Thursdays Whiteboard Web Series, Alice gives you a quick rundown of all your phone options, from the cheapest at cell phones to more expensive VoIP hardware phones, along with the stages at which you should think about acquiring more effective phone systems. Transcript: Hey everyone! Welcome to the Telonium Thursdays whiteboard web series. I'm your host for this week, Alice. Last week, we discussed the reliability of VoIP, and this week we'll be discussing whether or not VoIP is a good option for startups, so let's get started. Startups, especially unfunded ones, are careful with their money and know that they don't need big bulky phone systems that won't give them much benefit in their early stages. If you have a young business and are wondering what your best options are, we have some advice for you. Remember, your goal isn't just to be cheap; it's to be effective at an affordable price. So you have to consider what you can get out of a phone and if it's worth how much it costs. Let's go over some of your options. Alright, let's begin with your first option: cell phones. Cell phones can be great for the earliest stages of a startup due to the fact that you probably already own one. If you're looking for the simplest of features, so being able to make inbound and outbound calls, and don't expect to have any real customers or revenue for a while, cell phones are certainly satisfactory. The next three options are all Voice over IP, starting with #2, which is Google Voice. If you've started thinking about branding your company or are expecting to have customers soon, you should think about getting a number for your business. A Google Voice account is probably the least expensive way to do this. You can get a number for free and use it on your computer and even your cell phone. If you're doing the latter, you'll be paying with your regular cell phone minutes. As you start gaining customers and revenue, and need to start hiring sales people or customer support, it's time to start thinking about getting an actual phone system for your business. VoIP phone systems give you unlimited lines, allowing you to be more effective at managing your inbound and outbound calls as you grow. If you already have a Google Voice number, you can also port that number to a VoIP provider, allowing your business to have a consistent brand. You probably still want to save as much money as possiblethough , right? Let's look at some of your options and see what can affect the cost. Now onto VoIP soft phones: VoIP uses IP phones and there is a distinction between software AKA soft phones and hardware also known as hard phones, which is option #4. Soft phones are downloadable applications on your computer with all the features of a desk phone that connects to your phone system. A relatable example of a soft phone would be Skype, although that's an example for consumer use and lacks business features. Business soft phones typically are less expensive than hardware phones, and are sometimes even free. So, in this situation you pay little to nothing for the actual phones. Alright, onto option #3: VoIP hard phones. Hard phones refer to regular phones you would have at your desk in your office, except in the case of IP phones, they have an ethernet jack instead of an analog one. Hard phones are more expensive (usually starting around $100.00) but offer quality comparable to and sometimes better than analog business phones. Within a VoIP phone system, we want to discuss another distinction that's relevant if you're looking to save some money. There are two types of extensions with Telonium, virtual and regular. Alright, let's start with regular extensions: regular extensions give you all the functionality of a business phone system, including unlimited local and long distance, unlimited concurrent calls, and a fully-featured phone system, all at an affordable price. Next, we have virtual extensions: virtual extensions rely on an external phone, a non-ip phone such as a cell phone or a home phone, and are usually less expensive than regular extensions. This is because virtual extensions allow you to receive unlimited inbound calls, but not make outbound calls. So, why would you want a virtual extension? Think of someone that is always on the go, like a real estate agent or an outside sales rep. They're often out of the office but don't want to miss any important calls, so with virtual extensions, calls that are coming in to their work number can be easily transferred to a cell phone and they won't miss a beat Alright, let's quickly go over land lines. Recently we spent an entire video comparing analog to VoIP, so we'll stay pretty simple here. If you want a more detailed analysis, check out this video. See here for full transcript: http://www.telonium.com/blog/2013/07/video-should-startups-get-voip/
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Cisco IP Phone Service with relay
 
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This example is a proof of concept that a Cisco IP phone service can be used to turn a relay on and off remotely. In the video I'm using a GHI microcontroller with a relay connected to household power. This relay is acting as a switch for the receptacle. Now it's time to do some CTI applications to allow call-in options to turn the relay on and off.
Views: 630 Aaron Software
May 10, 2017 Council Meeting
 
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Pending (subject to change) COUNCIL AGENDA Village Hall Council Chambers Wednesday, May 10, 2017 7:00 p.m. All items listed with an asterisk (*) are considered non-controversial by the Council and will be approved by one motion under 'Approval of Consent Agenda' below. There will be no separate discussion of these items unless a Council member so requests, in which case the item will be removed from the Consent Agenda and considered in its normal sequence on the agenda. 1. CALL TO ORDER 2. PLEDGE TO THE FLAG 3. ROLL CALL 4. CORRESPONDENCE 5. ADDITIONS TO BUSINESS 6. 1ST CALL TO THE PUBLIC – THIS IS AN OPPORTUNITY FOR CITIZENS TO ADDRESS THE COUNCIL ON AGENDA ITEMS 7. APPROVAL OF CONSENT AGENDA *8. APPROVAL OF MINUTES Regular Meeting – April 12, 2017 *9. RECEIVE AND FILE WRITTEN REPORTS Police Report for 4-17 Code Enforcement Report for 4-17 Building Report for 4-17 Fire Report for 4-17 Administrative Committee, 4-14-17 Park & Recreation, 4-17-17 ZBA, 4-18-17 Planning Commission, 4-27-17 Water Management Board, 5-3-17 *10. APPROVE WARRANTS -Approve payables for the month of April in the amount of $106,743.06. 11. PUBLIC HEARINGS 12. BUSINESS A. Recommendation from Police Chief Ellsworth to Appoint Steve Grunwald to a Reserve Police Officer Position with the Wolverine Lake Police Department. B. Recommendation from the Zoning Board of Appeals 1. Motion to appoint Dixie Gannon to the ZBA with a term expiring Dec. 31, 2019. C. Recommendation from the Park & Recreation Board 1. Motion to release budgeted funds for Tuesdays in the Park. D. Recommendation from the Planning Commission 1. Motion to appoint Cathy Moretto as the ZBA liaison for a one year term expiring on December 31, 2017. E. Ordinance 157 – Coal Tar Sealant Ban An Ordinance to amend Part Six, General Offenses Code, of the Code of Ordinances for the Village of Wolverine Lake, by adding a new Chapter 696, Pavement Sealers, in order to regulate and prohibit the use and sale of coal tar and other high PAH pavement sealer products within the Village of Wolverine Lake. F. Establishing Registration Fee for Commercial Pavement Sealer Applicators (Ord. 157, 696.04-3). G. Establishing Application Fee for Exotic Animal Ownership (Ord. 153-A). H. AMEC Proposal for Monitor Well Abandonment. I. Cooperation Agreement for Participation in Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Program from 2018-2020. *J. Annual Resolution Authorizing West Nile Fund Expense Reimbursement in the Amount of $602.27. K. 2nd CALL TO THE PUBLIC – Approximately 9:00 p.m. or at this agenda item (whichever comes first). This is an opportunity for citizens to address the Council regarding Village business. L. Update on Clara Miller Park Master Plan. M. Motion to Receive and File Proposed Fiscal Year Budget and Motion to Schedule Public Hearing on the Budget for June 14, 2017. N. Set Topics for May 24 Work Session. 13. PENDING BUSINESS 14. UPDATE FROM CHIEF ELLSWORTH 15. UPDATE FROM TREASURER KONDEK 16. UPDATE FROM ADMINISTRATOR BURD 17. COUNCIL COMMENTS 18. ADJOURNMENT - Next regular Council meeting scheduled for Wednesday, June 14, 2017.
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Pitbull with Enrique Iglesias - Messin' Around (Official Video)
 
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Pitbull's new album 'Climate Change' is out now! Includes new single "Options" ft. Stephen Marley and "Greenlight" ft. Flo Rida, LunchMoney Lewis plus new collaborations with Kiesza, Jennifer Lopez, Jason Derulo, Leona Lewis, Enrique Iglesias and more! Get it now: iTunes - http://smarturl.it/CLIMATECHANGEi?IQid=yt Amazon - http://smarturl.it/CLIMATECHANGEaz?IQid=yt Google Play - http://smarturl.it/CLIMATECHANGEg?IQid=yt Spotify - http://smarturl.it/CLIMATECHANGEs?IQid=yt Apple Music - http://smarturl.it/CLIMATECHANGEa?IQid=yt Follow Pitbull: http://www.pitbullmusic.com/ https://twitter.com/pitbull/ https://www.facebook.com/pitbull/ https://instagram.com/pitbull/
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Asterisk Based PBX Disaster Recovery Tools by Xorcom
 
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http://www.xorcom.com - Asterisk® PBX appliances implementing VoIP telephony with Asterisk® and the Elastix distribution. Open source IP PBX hardware solutions include FXS, FXO, BRI, E1/T1 PRI & R2 telephony interfaces. This video demonstrates how to use two disaster recovery utilities from Xorcom: Xorcom Rapid Recovery (backup and restore utility) and Xorcom Live Rescue (bootable disk-on-key that bypasses the hard disk to operate the PBX until maintenance can be scheduled).
Beginning French for Travelers with Trish Feaster | Rick Steves Travel Talks
 
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Teacher and tour guide Trish Feaster has designed this French language class just for travelers — with exactly what you need to know for practical, smooth travels in France. You'll learn how to pronounce French words, master some key phrases every traveler should know, and better understand how France's language is tied to its culture. Planning a trip to France? You’ll find lots of free travel information at https://www.ricksteves.com/europe/france. And for more help hurdling the language barrier, pick up a copy of the Rick Steves French Phrase Book & Dictionary at https://store.ricksteves.com/shop/p/french-phrase-book. You can also check out our other language talks: Italian for Travelers: https://youtu.be/XYe7U2sNIc0 Spanish for Travelers: https://youtu.be/R2UV4XEqzLk German for Travelers: https://youtu.be/eAlCKMc4SYg Recorded on March 17, 2018 • Rick Steves' Europe Travel Center Written and Presented by Trish Feaster Produced by Cameron Hewitt Filmed and Edited by Zen Wolfang Second Camera by Ariana David Graphics by Heather Locke and Rhonda Pelikan © 2018 Rick Steves' Europe, Inc. https://www.ricksteves.com
QSC TouchMix 8 or 16 Channel Compact Digital Mixer -- NAMM Demo Recreation | Full Compass
 
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Get it here: http://www.fullcompass.com/search.php?parent=471&search_simple=true&txtAll=qsc+touchmix Full Compass is a major national retailer of Pro Audio, Video, AV, Lighting and Musical Instruments. Call 800-356-5844 for a great price and expert advice on items from over 700 brands. The QSC TouchMix is an 8 or 16-channel compact digital mixer with touch screen. QSC TouchMix compact digital mixers are designed for musicians, production professionals and live performance venues that need the power and capability of a large "concert" mixing console in a compact, affordable and easy to use form. TouchMix-8 and TouchMix-16 mixers have the functionality to satisfy demanding professionals combined with a range of features and functions that help the less experienced user achieve quality results. Professional live sound reinforcement engineers have come to expect functionality such as four bands of fully parametric EQ, variable high and low-pass filters, compressors and gates on every channel. They rely on multiple, high quality digital effects. They expect equalization, limiting and delay on all the outputs as well as the control that DCA and mute groups provide. And they expect pristine audio quality throughout the audio path of the mixer, including low-distortion, class-A microphone preamps and professional grade converters for all inputs and outputs. With TouchMix's, "no asterisk" specifications, there are no tradeoffs -- just great performance. Digital cameras have 'point and shoot' features to help casual users achieve results approaching those of skilled photographers. At the same time, these cameras offer all the features an advanced photographer wants. With this in mind, the TouchMix design team set out to create a mixer that does for live sound what 'point and shoot' technology has done for photography. Many TouchMix functions such as EQ, compressors, gates and limiters offer you a choice of Advanced Mode operation that offers total control over all parameters or Simple Mode that provides only the most essential controls. There's also a comprehensive library of Channel Presets. These are not typical, generic, one-size-fits-all settings developed in a recording studio. Experienced, live sound engineers spent months working with musicians, all manner of instruments, popular microphones and pickups and multiple speaker systems to develop a library of settings that are specifically designed for live sound reinforcement. In addition, the onboard Effects Wizard guides you through the selection and assignment of appropriate effects while the Gain Wizard continuously monitors and displays input clipping, allowing you to focus on your performance. The TouchMix also comes with a comprehensive library of complete Mixer Scenes to get you started. User scenes may be stored or recalled from either internal or USB memory and at the user's option, scenes may include or omit main and auxiliary mix levels. TouchMix mixers are completely self-contained. They require no external PC or video display. The graphic, color touch-screen provides display of and access to mix parameters. Mixer parameters may be adjusted on the screen or via the physical rotary encoder. Frequently used functions can be accessed or controlled using hardware buttons. TouchMix may also be controlled remotely by means of Wi-Fi connection to wireless iOS devices. The available Remote Control App controls all mixer parameters and the mixer includes a WiFi adapter that creates the network connection between the mixer and the hand-held device. No external network hardware is required. To sound their best, musicians need to hear themselves. With four (TouchMix-8) or ten (TouchMix-16) auxiliary output channels, TouchMix has ample stage monitor mixing capability. Both models have the ability to drive multiple, wired stereo in-ear monitors directly. TouchMix is also capable of direct recording to an external USB hard drive -- no external computer is required. All inputs plus a stereo mix are created in 32-bitbroadcast wave format. Tracks can also be played back on the mixer or imported into most DAW software for over-dubs and post production. Finally, the TouchMix comes complete with its own padded carrying case, for transport and protection. Wherever your music takes you, the TouchMix will be there, ready to take the stage to help you achieve the most ideal sound for your audience.
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LET'S KICK SOME ASTERISK! | Overwatch #14
 
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I came here to kick ass and chew bubblegum... And I'm all out of bubblegum! Who's ready for some more Bend Overwatch?! I know I am! Okay enough of the high quality class act jokes... It's time to hand out some free cans of whoop ass. Careful though because that's one can that you do NOT want to open. - - - - - Suggested playlists for your viewing pleasure: Live Streams ► http://bit.ly/2z7IXGr South Park: The Fractured But Whole ► http://bit.ly/2lge0tw Undertale ► http://bit.ly/2gHL0mA - - - - - Overwatch Description: In a time of global crisis, an international task force of heroes banded together to restore peace to a war-torn world: Overwatch. Overwatch ended the crisis, and helped maintain peace in the decades that followed, inspiring an era of exploration, innovation, and discovery. But, after many years, Overwatch’s influence waned, and it was eventually disbanded. Now, conflict is rising across the world again, and the call has gone out to heroes old and new. Are you with us? - - - - - Overwatch Gameplay Summary: In Overwatch, you control one of several heroes in competitive 6-person team shooting matches. Battle over objectives, take down the other team, and achieve victory. • Choose Your Hero ‒ Before you begin a game of Overwatch, you’ll need to choose a hero to play. Maybe controlling a cannon-toting, genetically-engineered ape from the moon appeals to you. Or, you might prefer zipping around as a teleporting, time-traveling freedom fighter. Who do you want to be? • Maps ‒ In Overwatch, heroes do battle in diverse locations around the world. From the technological marvel of Numbani to the manufacturing powerhouse of Volskaya, each map has a unique layout and specific win conditions that your team must meet in order to secure victory. • Making Progress ‒ As you play games of Overwatch, you’ll gain levels, unlocking new customization options to make your heroes look and sound unique! Customize your characters in the Hero Gallery - - - - - Get Overwatch Here ► https://playoverwatch.com - - - - - Can't get enough of Krispy? Subscribe! ► http://bit.ly/1UliILt Follow me on Twitter ► http://twitter.com/ChickenKrispy Like me on Facebook ► http://facebook.com/ChickenKrispy Follow me on Instagram ► http://instagram.com/chickenkrispy
Views: 74 ChickenKrispy
Confirmation hearing for Supreme Court nominee Judge Brett Kavanaugh
 
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Confirmation hearing for Supreme Court nominee Judge Brett Kavanaugh. Full video here: https://cs.pn/2PuThMw
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Sangoma S500 S700 | VoIP Supply
 
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Join Technology Associate James Cooke as he takes an informative look at the brand new phone releases by Sangoma. The s500 and the s700. http://www.voipsupply.com/manufacturer/sangoma/sangoma-s-series-sip-phones Hi I’m James Cooke, Technology Associate here at VoIP Supply. Today we are going to discus two new phones from Sangoma. We have the s500 here, and the s700 as well. We are going to discuss the basic functionalities of each phone, and just see how they work. So, here we have the s700 on my right, and the s500 on my left. Both of them look similar, but there are two distinct differences between them. First off, the s700 here has a four point three inch full color display, while the s500 has a three point five inch full color display. Another difference is the total amount of line keys that each phone has. The s700 here has as total of ten, while the s500 has a total of eight. Both phones share the same features though, and they’re very easy to use, so how about we go into the menu and see what we can find in there. Okay, to access the menu, we press this key right here, and from the menu, you use the directional keypad, down here, to navigate through each option. So we have a status, features, directory, history, some other applications, display settings, setting specifically for the phone, and messages. So, how about we dive into the display settings and see what we can do in there. Looks like we can adjust the backlight settings, set a screen saver, change the wallpaper, or even mess with the display mode. To navigate back to the main menu, you press this key here and you can access any other setting from this main menu. Now how about we make some test calls, and see how the phone works. So, I’m going to dial out, five, zero, zero, eight. We’re going to give Marc a call. See how he’s doing. “Hi, this is Marc.” “Hi Marc, how you doing?” “Good, how are you?” “Awesome, you sound great on the Sangoma.” “Yeah, you sound really clear here too.” “Awesome, fantastic, thank you for letting us test this.” “Yeah, no problem, talk to you later.” “Alright, buh-bye.” “Bye.” And there you have it, the two new phones from Sangoma, both are very easy to use, very customizable, and just all around great products. If you have any questions about Sangoma products in general, or specifically about the s500 or the s700, please feel free to give us a call at 1-800-398-VoIP. Or, you can visit us at www.voipsupply.com. Once again, my name is James Cooke, and I am a Technology Associate here at VoIP Supply, and thanks for watching. VoIP Supply is a leading Internet retailer of voice over IP hardware, with over one hundred and twenty-five thousand customers worldwide. Click subscribe to stay up to date on the latest from VoIP Supply and VoIP technology. Thanks for watching. Video By: Stephen Lopian
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Good News for Petit Theft First Offenders
 
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I want to talk to you first offenders about shoplifting and petit theft, just spread a bit of good cheer about this situation. And, that is, we can get a first offense dismissed. Now, i'm putting a little asterisk near this because a first offense shoplifting / petit theft is subject to what I call the Petit Theft Nightmare. And, I address that in another video. But, let's put that aside and tell you the good news. The good news is, you have lots of options to get thing dismissed. And, its a petit theft, you want this thing dismissed. Here's how we do it. Normally, we do what we call "diversion". Every county calls diversion something different. It could be called Pretrial Diversion or the County Diversion Program. Whether you call it PTD or CDP--makes no difference. I'll just tell you what it is: its a program, you pay a couple hundred dollars to get into the program. Your attorney gets you into the program. And, you do some community service, you do the anti-theft or impulse control class. That's an 8 hour class telling you "not to steal", they'll do that on a Saturday, 9 to 5, or sometimes they'll break that 8 hour class up during the week on a Tuesday and Thursday night. However you do the class, however you do the community service--the case goes away. And, its a beautiful thing. There are some situations where maybe you pissed off loss prevention and the store--your Kohl's, your Target, your walmarts--they can veto diversion. And therefore, you can't get dismissal. Right? Wrong. I had a client, just for example, I had a client--she was a jerk to loss prevention. But, they were a real jerk to her. She had to go to the bathroom when they grabbed her, you know when they grabber her by the arm. "Mam, you gotta come back in the room with me". First of all, they never should have touched her, but they always do. She went back in the room "Look I have to go to the bathroom". They would not let her use the restroom for hours and hours and she urinated all over herself. She just had a lot in her. And it was super embarrassing. Right? What made it worse is loss prevention called in their buddies to sort of enhance the embarrassment so that they could laugh about it too. These are not nice people all the time. And so my client, rightfully so, was not nice back to them. So we get to court and they're like "hell no, you're not getting diversion, your gal was not very nice." Then after explaining why, they still wouldn't grant us diversion. Well, we pissed off a lot of people because we used "Option #2". Option #2 is "I don't care that the prosecutor won't let you in, and I don't care that Walmart or Kohl's doesn't want you to get dismissal" -- we can still work this, its called Pretrial Intervention. And pretrial intervention is simple program and its designed to go straight to the judge and bypass everybody else's objection. But the added cost is you've got to do some drug treatment. Usually, 8 to 12 weeks of outpatient treatment. No big deal. Still, it leads to dismissal. John P. Guidry II 320 N Magnolia Ave Suite B1 Orlando, FL 32801 Phone: 407-423-1117 Fax: 407-423-1118 Email: [email protected]
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How to Stop Telemarketing & Harassing Phone Calls
 
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Jumping out of my shower this morning covered in soap to answer one those annoying telemarketing calls lead me to a brilliant idea that should start getting my name and number taken off those terrible lists they use to harass people. This should also work on those fake tech support scammers also. ▼ Dialup Modem Sound Used In Video ▼ http://bit.ly/DialupTone ^ Fixed, you can click download now at the link (sorry, new to SoundCloud) ▼ Equipment I used to shoot this video ▼ Sony FDR-AX33 Camera - https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00R5LH9G0/ref=as_li_tl?ie=UTF8&camp=1789&creative=9325&creativeASIN=B00R5LH9G0&linkCode=as2&tag=barnacnerdg08-20&linkId=6aeb7bbe6c4ac3db64cf0138bb3fbd15 Sennheiser MKE 44 Mic - https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01EM70BE6/ref=as_li_tl?ie=UTF8&camp=1789&creative=9325&creativeASIN=B01EM70BE6&linkCode=as2&tag=barnacnerdg08-20&linkId=fed92212a8adba0f795952c4a4bd4775 Gray Card (WB) - https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00HT9MA1W/ref=as_li_tl?ie=UTF8&camp=1789&creative=9325&creativeASIN=B00HT9MA1W&linkCode=as2&tag=barnacnerdg08-20&linkId=b3519bb28b4b940fb169694f1dfd0d27 ▼ Follow me on social media (updated daily) ▼ Twitter - http://twitter.com/barnacules Instagram - http://instagram.com/barnacules Facebook - http://facebook.barnnerd.com Blog - http://blog.barnnerd.com ▼ Donations help me feed my family so I can spend everything else on videos like this (Thank you!) ▼ http://bit.ly/helpbarnacules ▼ Purchase a Rad Power Bike and join me on my weight loss journey ▼ http://bit.ly/RadPowerBikes ▼ Get my Windows 10 - We're Watching T-Shirt ▼ http://bit.ly/WereWatching ^^ - Use code 'BarnaVlog for $2 off order ▼ Get my Shut up and take me T-Shirt ▼ http://bit.ly/ShutUpBlack (Black Shirt) http://bit.ly/ShutUpGreen (Green Shirt) ^^ - Use code 'BarnaVlog for $2 off order ▼ Apple iBuggy T-Shirt ▼ http://bit.ly/iBuggyBlack (Black Shirt) http://bit.ly/iBuggyBlue (Blue Shirt) http://bit.ly/iBuggyHeavyMetal (Grey Shirt) ^^ - Use code 'BarnaVlog for $2 off order ▼ Discount on GT Omega Racing Office Chair ▼ GT Omega Chairs @ http://bit.ly/1lA4h4K -or- Use code 'NERDGASM' at checkout! ▼ Join My [email protected] Team And Let's Find A Cancer Cure ▼ Barnacules Nerdgasm Team # 231300 Download Client @ http://folding.stanford.edu/ ** Top 10 contributors shown on Twitter weekly! ▼ Questions & Answers ▼ Q) I don't think this will work since it's playing the sound of a bi-directional connection and not just the tones that it's a modem listening. A) The system the telemarketers use is designed to listen for human voices vs. machine voices and I believe this is sufficient to fool them and also will fool a human very easily. The better sound would be to just play the initiating handshake sound over and over like a real modem does waiting for the handshake but I couldn't find this sound. ▼ I am now live streaming on Twitch so come give me a follow to receive notifications when I'm streaming ▼ https://www.twitch.tv/barnacules 💥 See my Amazon Store for all the products I use & review 💥 https://www.amazon.com/shop/barnacules1
Views: 131709 Barnacules Nerdgasm
Bluetooth Speaker with Lights Dimmable Night Light Wireless Hands Free Touch Control LED Lamp
 
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The sound of music in this video is the actual sound recorded from this speaker with an average mic. Prominent Features: Dimmable Touch Control Table Lamp / Night Lamp Dimmable light color: Warm White / Milk White (color choice subject to availability) Touch Control Multi Color LED Lights (7 colors) with option to work with music Bluetooth Speaker TF Card Slot / MP3 player Play / Pause / Previous / Next track / Volume Up / Volume Down buttons Built-in Mic to take hands-free calls Play / Pause button doubles as a call receiving / rejecting button when a call comes in FM Radio M (mode) button to switch between Bluetooth, Radio and TF Card Mode 3.5mm Aux input so it can be used as external speaker with various devices Input: DC 5V/500mA Speaker Output Power: 5W Frequency Response: 50Hz-to 20Khz Bluetooth Transmission range: 10 metres Driver Unit: 52 mm, 40Hm, 5W Lamp Power: 1.6W Choose whether to place it on the table or to hang it upside down on the ceiling. Use it as a lantern with the folding handle at the bottom. A perfect gadget for home /office use and an ideal gift for family and friends. Use it indoors or outdoors for reading, night lamp, camping or a romantic dinner.