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1answer
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Normal phone number over ethernet, what is this service called? [closed]

Plug in phone to wall with ethernet cable Someone calls a toll free number Your phone rings What is the correct, vendor-neutral term for this service? Some terms out there are: Comcast calls ...
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1answer
823 views

How to associate a softphone with a phone url

I'm trying to get click to call to work using Qutecom for a softphone and a Greesemonkey script to turn phone numbers into clickable urls. Whenever I click on the phone number link I get an error ...
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1answer
318 views

Click to call with a soft phone

I'm trying to set up click to call with a soft phone. I'm using QuteCom for the soft phone, vTiger for the CRM and Asterisk, through Elastix for the PBX. I was wondering if someone could point me in ...
2
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2answers
103 views

Asterisk Environment

I'm interested in building a small Asterisk environment to explore Asterisk. I understand that these are multiple questions, but considering how closely related these are to each other, I decided to ...
2
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1answer
142 views

Moving from Analogue PBX to digital VoIP?

I don't even know if this belongs here?. If not, do let me know. So we have an analogue Alkatel PABX system in our little office. We have extensions, direct lines and PBX lines. We are trying to ...
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5answers
767 views

Is there a stable cross-platform softphone? Or a Linux-only one?

We use an Asterisk based solution as our PBX, and although we've found hardphones work flawlessly, we have yet to find a reliable softphone. The basic requirement is that it allows multiple calls and ...