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How to Install and Configure VoIP Detective

In our last post, we understood the functionality of VoIP Detective. In this article, we will focus on how to install and configure VoIP Detective. How to install VoIP Detective? To install VoIP Detective, you need to get the license and OVA file from VoIP


Configure H323 Gatekeeper

A Gatekeeper is an H.323 device that provides services like Address Translation, Bandwidth Management, Accounting and Dial Plans that helps to centralize in order to provide scalability. Let’s say, you have 5 sites with different dial-patterns/plans and you might want to route the calls, imagine


Track Media Resource (Transcoder) Utilization via RTMT

Track Media Resource (Transcoder) Utilization via RTMT There are times when the configured DSP resources on the Voice Gateways are not sufficient to serve the sessions (over utilized) or there might be chances that the DSP resources are under utilized. To track how many sessions


Installing AsteriskNow on VMWare

Installing AsteriskNow on VMWare Have you ever installed Asterisk on VMware? It’s quite easy and it takes hardly 60 mins to complete the installation. Below are the steps. Download AsteriskNow ISO File from official website. Create a Virtual Machine. Mount the ISO that you have downloaded


Configuring Standard Local Route Group CUCM

Configuring Standard Local Route Group CUCM Standard Local Route Groups(sLRG) is a feature which helps in reducing the complexity and maintenance of the numbering dial plan when you have a large number of locations/sites. It can be used in a scenario where the dial plan


Last Redirecting Number Voicemail Unity Connection

Last Redirecting Number Voicemail Unity Connection Recently i was asked a question on redirecting a voicemail. Here is the scenario and the solution. Scenario There are three users configured in Cisco Unified Communications Manager and Unity Connection. User A, User B and User C. User