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Sticky Thread Sticky: Group info uk.telecom.voip - monthly posting by Ivor Jones
This is a monthly posting giving information about the Usenet group uk.telecom.voip. If you are a new user, or even if you've been around for some time, please take a few minutes to read through the charter and bear it in mind when posting. Charter for uk.telecom.voip ===================
July 13th 07 03:42 PM
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Are Time Delays Typical on VOIP? by Graham.[_5_]
Wrote in message: On Sunday, 12 January 2020 21:00:43 UTC, Richmond wrote: When I have used VOIP, or skype etc I've found time delays of a second or so. These cause people to interrupt each other. They also occur on mobiles to some extent. I think the landline will never die. Is there VOIP without delays? does it require a dedicated network? I have...
Yesterday 01:31 PM
by Graham.[_5_] Go to last post
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Are Time Delays Typical on VOIP? by Graham.[_5_]
The only thing they've messed with that I'm not keen on is the layout of the website/control panel, but I don't use that often. -- Ria in Aberdeen The "Fisher-Price" graphical interface strikes again. -- __
Yesterday 01:31 PM
by Graham.[_5_] Go to last post
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Engaged outgoing - ideas anyone? by Woody
I have two ATA's, one is a Linksys PAP2T and the other a Cisco SPA2102. Apart from a different web interface structure the units are essentially identical save the PAP2T does not have an internal router. The SPA2102 is set up for a Sipgate number and as there is credit on the account I can make and receive calls without problem. The PAP2T is set up for a different Sipgate number that my late...
Yesterday 07:32 AM
by Graham.[_5_] Go to last post
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CSipSimple for Android. by Graham.[_5_]
Woody Wrote in message: On Sun 24/02/2019 15:43, Graham. wrote: CSipSimple seems to have gone AWOL from the play-store, is there another way of obtaining it? You could try Sipdroid or Zoiper, but I would agree CSipSimple is probably the best - and I can't find it in GPS either. Thereagain it is already on my phone and still works.
Yesterday 07:31 AM
by Graham.[_5_] Go to last post
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Recommendations for a good two port ATA ? by Dave
Hello, I'm looking for a two port ATA can anyone Recommend a good two port ATA ? I've looked at the Cisco SPA112 so far. This is for FreePBX system BTW. Dave.
December 26th 19 02:00 AM
by Graham.[_3_] Go to last post
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The best way to do a voice message at specific times, on a VOIPsystem? by David Woolley
On 13/12/2019 18:14, Peter wrote: To avoid open ports, the phones*could* call the A&A server and then keep the session open, which would be nice because then you could just plug in such a phone into any DHCP-enabled router/switch, but I suspect they aren't doing that. You can only get anywhere close to this with SIP for the signalling. The RTP ports still need to be open. A router can...
December 22nd 19 11:16 PM
by Peter Go to last post
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Differences (or not) between Gigaset C460IP and S685IP by Chris Green
We have a C460IP based DECT phone system at home and an S685IP on our boat which is virtually unsed now (the phone, not the boat). The C460IP has been playing up somewhat recently and I was wondering if I might take the S685IP home and see if that sorts things out. What I can't find anywhere is a simple outline of the differences between the various Gigaset base stations, can anyone point me at...
December 16th 19 03:09 PM
by Chris Green Go to last post
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The best way to do a voice message at specific times, on a VOIPsystem? by David Woolley
On 13/12/2019 10:32, Postman Pat wrote: That's really horrible:) There must be some way to do this properly. Get a VoIP service intended for use with a PABX and use Asterisk as the basis of your PABX. I don't know what A&A offers for that market.
December 14th 19 01:31 PM
by Bob Eager[_5_] Go to last post
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justvoip and hotvoip down? by Malcolm Loades[_2_]
Since the early hours of this morning neither of these connections will register. Non-Betamax Sipgate registers OK. Is it me, or a Betamax problem? Malcolm
November 5th 19 07:45 AM
by Malcolm Loades[_2_] Go to last post
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Zoiper problem by Murmansk
I've got an account with Voipfone and have an extension set up on my mobile phone which uses Zoiper Pro for Android I can make calls via Zoiper and Voipfone on the mobile but don't receive incoming calls. It used to work OK. I pay Zoiper a pound or so each month for their push service. I've tried reinstalling. Have been in touch Voipfone who suggest contacting Zoiper and say that their system...
October 29th 19 06:37 PM
by Woody Go to last post
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VoIP over mobile phone network ? by Andrew Benham
If one installs a softphone on a mobile phone handset, how well does it work ? In particular, what happens with cell handover ? I've done occasional use (in fact with a tablet and a MiFi), but only in a static location. From what A&A say on https://www.aa.net.uk/voice-and-mobile/sip2sim/ it sounds like it could be aggro and grief.
October 23rd 19 03:16 PM
by R. Mark Clayton[_2_] Go to last post
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Building a SIP spam rejecter by Andrew Benham
Every so often the phone spammers get a new block of numbers (024 7668 xxxx has just started up). As my home phone is on a SIP service, it's time to get creative - I fancy building a SIP spam rejecter. Plan is to run something on a Raspberry Pi to read the CLID. If it's a normal call do nothing, and the phones here will ring as usual. But it the number pattern is in a naughty list, answer the...
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October 14th 19 12:16 AM
by David Woolley Go to last post
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Lowest cost VOIP solution? by T i m
Hi, Daughter has a BT line and Plusnet broadband but no telephone service with it. Like many people today she does all her 'telephoning' via her mobile. However, there are times when for one reason we can't get hold of her via her mobile (it's gone flat or she's left it on silent by mistake) , 'another' form of communication would be handy, ideally something that would ring like an old...
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October 1st 19 09:01 PM
by Graham.[_3_] Go to last post
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Betamax rate comparisons by Malcolm Loades[_2_]
None of the comparison sites I've tried seem to be correct/up to date. The rate looks good on the comparison site but go to the individual Betamax site and the rates are very different. Probably the country I have the greatest problem with is Zimbabwe. I'm finding it difficult to get it more than penny or two below my landline supplier's rate (Zen) and many Betamax companies are more! Can...
September 29th 19 05:37 PM
by Malcolm Loades[_2_] Go to last post
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Draytek ALG by www.GymRatZ.co.uk
I've used Draytek routers and VOIP for the last 15+ years and the advice has always been to disable ALG. Previously it had to be done by command line but now it's a GUI menu option. Waking up once again to the Gigaset box and phones displaying "failure to register" but it being rectified with a router re-boot I'm wondering whether Draytek have improved their implementation of ALG and whether...
August 29th 19 10:31 AM
by www.GymRatZ.co.uk Go to last post
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Tones on Linksys SPA2102 ATA by Woody
I am using a recently acquired Linksys SPA2101 on a Sipgate account after my previous Sepura ATA network port failed. I have noticed of late when on a call that I have originated that every 30 seconds (exactly as far as I can tell) there is a very short break in the incoming audio when a number of rapid (single pitch) pips can be heard in the background. The incoming audio then resumes. I...
August 16th 19 05:20 PM
by Woody Go to last post
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Hi all, Currently using Zoiper on my iPad. Have it set up to work with my Sipgate account. So far so good. Now the problem, the app doesn't keep running for any longer than say an hour, so it's useless for incoming calls. When I come to open it again it registers with Sipgate and will stay running for a while longer. I've got ‘Force background' and ‘WiFi keep alive' toggled on in...
August 5th 19 03:19 PM
by Phil[_2_] Go to last post
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Shared VoIP access by Woody
I have a need to have the same VoIP number accessible from two different locations but both registered onto the system at the same time. I have a recollection that I have seen on here that some VSPs provide this capability. The need is for a home phone and office phone on the same number that can be answered at home or at the office which are about 6 miles apart. TIA
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July 12th 19 07:32 PM
by Michael Chare[_2_] Go to last post
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Double NAT - any hope of VOIP by www.GymRatZ.co.uk
As per subject, Any chance of STUN helping VoIP from Draytek router (2862Vac) with integrated VoIP client finding success through router WAN connecting over ethernet into a WiFi Access Point running in client mode that's connected to 5GHz virgin media wifi from super hub 2. Currently a Gigaset Voip box is plugged into said access point and working fine but adding the 2nd router into the mix I'm...
June 19th 19 11:44 PM
by Graham.[_3_] Go to last post
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Ofcom consultations by [email protected]
Ofcom have recently launched a number of consultations taking into account how the move to IP is affecting the future provision of telephone numbers Promoting trust in telephone numbers - This document sets out our proposal for a key change in the way numbers are used by networks, which we believe is necessary to tackle nuisance and scam calls. Our proposal could also support better processes...
May 5th 19 04:50 PM
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