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hi,
I use asterisk based telephony system. but calls drop after a while and sometimes we can not send a fax. some of our user can not calling eachother properly.

can you give me exact solution?

asterisk runs on centos 6.x
we use esxi too.
we use ip pbx, ip telephones too
can someone tell me whole network , nat and firewall rules or some speciphic configuration settings.
if we active t38 for faxes , what should be the carries configurations on network or firewall or nat?
our cables are fiberoptic. is it possible that any man in the middle or replication our network settings by remotely?

any idea?


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hi,
I use asterisk based telephony system. but calls drop after a while and sometimes we can not send a fax. some of our user can not calling eachother properly.

can you give me exact solution?

asterisk runs on centos 6.x
we use esxi too.
we use ip pbx, ip telephones too
can someone tell me whole network , nat and firewall rules or some speciphic configuration settings.
if we active t38 for faxes , what should be the carries configurations on network or firewall or nat?
our cables are fiberoptic. is it possible that any man in the middle or replication our network settings by remotely?

any idea?


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hi,
I use asterisk based telephony system. but calls drop after a while and sometimes we can not send a fax. some of our user can not calling eachother properly.

can you give me exact solution?

asterisk runs on centos 6.x
we use esxi too.
we use ip pbx, ip telephones too
can someone tell me whole network , nat and firewall rules or some speciphic configuration settings.
if we active t38 for faxes , what should be the carries configurations on network or firewall or nat?
our cables are fiberoptic. is it possible that any man in the middle or replication our network settings by remotely?

any idea?


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I will request all those who are able to resolve their issues by their own to pls post the details of your resolution steps so that others may get benefit for same problem resolution.
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Linux Control Panels / Re: I Want to Know how to configure SARG on SuSe
« Last post by aktiwari4u on December 06, 2017, 04:33:07 AM »
However dalek has given you the link to find your posts however number of post which you have made is informed just blew your username.
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Forum Talk / Re: Hi and Thanks
« Last post by aktiwari4u on December 06, 2017, 04:20:44 AM »
Sharing is caring ......
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Best
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There Seems no issue with forum.
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Linux Tutorials & How To's / How to connect Linux and windows with a serial cable
« Last post by AaronSkido on September 20, 2017, 10:17:12 PM »
Thanks for all the help, I managed to get it to work with Blender, and I'll try the CamBam route next.
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Other Devices / Data Recovery Over Hard Disk Failure
« Last post by AaronSkido on September 19, 2017, 08:32:43 AM »
yeah ive tried putting it in a caddy but windows7 wont recognise the hard drive.thanks for all your help
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Linux Development & Programming / Embedded Linux Course
« Last post by AaronSkido on September 19, 2017, 08:31:27 AM »
I would make sure that you have the most recent possible OpenGL driver installed on your Linux machine.
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