Category Archives: voip
I have been grieving ever since Voicepulse canceled its flexrate program and been looking for a new low-price provider with good quality.
A common source of echo in VoIP phone systems is the telephone handsets. Of course, non-VoIP phone systems have this source of echo too, but it often is not so evident because without the buffering the echo delay is not … Continue reading
There is more to being a good VoIP telephony provider for Asterisk users than simply offering the best balance of price and reliability. Usability is also very important. Here are some things which make for a service more convenient for … Continue reading
Do you have an Asterisk box and an underutilized T1? Or do you have a large number of DID numbers on your PBX? Why not join a DUNDi cloud and trade access to your numbers or to your local calling … Continue reading
I run a VoIP network for my friends and family. There are phones at about 10 locations. Four of the locations have Asterisk servers. Three of the Asterisk servers are run in a redundant configuration. SIP query DNS to get … Continue reading
I have a new Asterisk server at home. It is a Contec IPC-BX/M600(PCW). This is a wall-mount PC. It is about a foot square and about two inches thick. There is no power brick. The power cord plugs directly into … Continue reading