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2012 Oct 01
9
How to remove the call waiting tone without disabling callwaiting?
Hi, The call waiting tone is very annoying (you hear nothing while it plays the beep). I need callwaiting because of the queues (the phone has to ring as soon as you hangup) but I want to remove the beep on my dahdi channels, how can I do? Thanks, Niccol? -- http://www.linuxsystems.it
2001 Oct 24
1
sftp interactive mode on LynxOS
Hi, I work on openssh-2.9p2 installed on LynxOS i386 system. sshd, ssh, scp and sftp-server all work fine. The problem is sftp client, in interactive mode, exits after authentication printing the sftp prompt. sftp client works fine in non-interactive mode. i.e., lynxos>sftp hari at linuxsystem:test works fine But, lynxos>sftp hari at linuxsystem ... sftp> lynxos> Any help, as to why sftp exits in interactive mode. -Hari. ____________________________________________________ *NEW* Yahoo! Messenger for SMS *NEW* Now on your ORANGE phone Visit http:/&...
2013 Sep 09
2
Sending SMS with a Portech MV-374 GSM Gateway
...ave a Portech MV-374 GSM Gateway and I'd like to send SMS from a web page to confirm the subscriptions. How can I achieve it? Is Asterisk of any use to send SMS with the Portech? I really have no idea because I know nothing about the whole SMS thing... Thanks, Niccol? -- http://www.linuxsystems.it
2008 Feb 11
1
Multiple homedir entries in smb.conf ?
Hi list, is it possible to add multiple homedir templates to smb.conf ? I have a running linuxsystem where homefilesets are mounted from different windows-servers to subdirs like: /home/server01/home/USERNAME /home/server02/home/USERNAME /home/server03/home/USERNAME The users come via winbind. In the smb.conf the entry for the homedir: template h...
2006 Apr 22
0
Pinouts for T1/E1 crossover cable WAS "RE: whatcable to connect a legacy PBX to a TE410P ?"
...ll the time and some of my X-connects run over 100 feet > > I have used cat-5 for everything communications. serial printers, dumb terminals, DS1 and even 10/100 ethernet. :-) It's easier to have it installed as a network jack and then use for whatever you need. ... Andrew McRory LinuxSystems Tallahasse, FL _______________________________________________ --Bandwidth and Colocation provided by Easynews.com -- Asterisk-Users mailing list To UNSUBSCRIBE or update options visit: http://lists.digium.com/mailman/listinfo/asterisk-users -------------- next part -----...
2012 Jun 03
0
Re: [Announce] LARTC wiki available
...native please let me know, we are still in > time for a change. > Since I never used a wiki seriously I will probably need someone else > who can help me maintaining it, please let me know if you are > experienced and willing to help. > > Here is the wiki: http://lartc.linuxsystems.it/ > And here is the new mailing list for those who still don''t know: > http://vger.kernel.org/vger-lists.html#lartc > > I just copy-pasted the Linux Advanced Routing & Traffic Control HOWTO > atm, it still needs to be wikified and we still need to c...
2014 Apr 03
0
hangout + cid callback + dtmf dial
...make a completely free call. Of course you should implement CLI whitelists and passwords to enhance security. Unfortunately I don't use this function since several years, I lost the code and I don't really remember how I achieved it. Do someone has some code to share? Niccol? -- www.linuxsystems.it
2007 Dec 15
2
DNS broken for www.voip-info.org ??
The DNS for www.voip-info.org seems to be non-responsive. Is there a mirror of this invaluable resource site? Tx, Steve dig www.voip-info.org ;; Got SERVFAIL reply from xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx, trying next server ; <<>> DiG 9.4.1-P1 <<>> www.voip-info.org ;; global options: printcmd ;; Got answer: ;; ->>HEADER<<- opcode: QUERY, status: SERVFAIL, id: 61402 ;;
2006 Apr 22
4
Pinouts for T1/E1 crossover cable WAS "RE: what cable to connect a legacy PBX to a TE410P ?"
Can't anyone stop self-promotion and tell the poor guy what he needs. A T1/E1 X-over cable using an RJ-45 (8-cond.) is pinned out as follows: 1 - 4 2 - 5 3 - NU 4 - 1 5 - 2 6 - NU 7 - NU 8 - NU NU = Not Used I have not in my experience seen any problems with using a Good Quality Cat5 vs. Cat 3 (telco standard) cable for X-connects. YMMV, but you should be fine. As far as the shielding
2006 Apr 23
0
RE: Asterisk-Users Digest, Vol 21, Issue 130
...ll the time and some of my X-connects run over 100 feet > > I have used cat-5 for everything communications. serial printers, dumb terminals, DS1 and even 10/100 ethernet. :-) It's easier to have it installed as a network jack and then use for whatever you need. ... Andrew McRory LinuxSystems Tallahasse, FL _______________________________________________ --Bandwidth and Colocation provided by Easynews.com -- Asterisk-Users mailing list To UNSUBSCRIBE or update options visit: http://lists.digium.com/mailman/listinfo/asterisk-users -------------- next part -----...