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Yes, you can configure the same extension on your physical IP phone and on a CTI port so that you can use it with IP SoftPhone in standalone mode. You can only use one of the devices at a time though which should not be a problem while on the road.
If you use free seating and login at your office and get your profile with number etc. and the next day login at another office and get the same number etc...
what if you dial 911 and you what the alarm central to see the number where you're temporary location.
Is it possible to configure????
In version 1.1, IP SoftPhone looks at the first enabled network connection to obtain an IP address to use when registering with CallManager to open lines. Some VPN clients do not appear to SoftPhone as regular network connections so it typically picks up the IP address associated to the NIC which is not visible from inside the firewall. This causes one-way audio conditions.
In an upcoming version of IP SoftPhone, this situation is remedied.
Any H.323 client for MacOS should allow you to handle calls on your
PowerBook. VideoLink Pro from SmithMicro is one example.
Any H.323 client for MacOS should allow you to handle calls on your PowerBook. VideoLink Pro from SmithMicro is one example.
When i use a remote access router and a voice gateway on the same LAN, how can i implement QoS for remote workers to use (with an acceptable quality) SoftPhone?
P.S. The ip address assigned to a remote worker is in the same subnet that the LAN
I have tried using Soft Phone 1.1 with Windows 2000, and the results were not good. Is there a new version available?