Asterisk requirecalltoken problems.

This small blog is simply a fix for the call tokens required message a lot of people receive when using an IAX trunk these days. I shouldn’t really say “fix” as calltokens are good to have in a private network scenario and provide good security. However for those of you who need to remove them [...]

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3CX Windows VOIP PBX Review

Proprietary PBX systems can sometimes be too complex and costly for some types of businesses. With the 3CX Phone System for Windows, you get a simpler alternative to the PBX which still the typical SIP and PSTN phone lines, as well as provide VoIP services.

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Get VoIP on Bigpond!

VoIP makes communication much easier for everyone. It’s fast and easy to use, plus it saves you on a lot of expenses from conventional telephone services. But you don’t have to switch ISPs and let go of your Bigpond connection just to have that. All you have to do is to give independent service providers a call and they will do everything for you and they will provide 24/7 customer support.

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Get Free VoIP Hardware!

If you’re planning to invest on VoIP, you’ll be spending on the hardware anyway. So why not go for the package that saves you more?

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VoIP: Should I Go for Prepaid or Postpaid?

Some companies only offer prepaid VoIP services, which can be inconvenient for more consumers. But if you’re looking for a more versatile service in Australia, then you should go to leading VoIP service providers in the country, like FaktorTel. They offer both prepaid and postpaid services, both having comprehensive packages at consumer-favorable rates.

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Multi-Line VOIP on one Internet Connection

Did you know that VoIP can hook you up with as many lines as you want, less the costs and minus the hassle that you would get from a conventional telephone company that could give you the same service?

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Outback to get VOIP with NBN

After being held up during the elections, the NBN has resumed the rollout, setting the rural regions of Australia as the priority in terms of receiving satellite and wireless services.

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Keeping your number with VOIP

Most Australians will be happy to know that they won’t have to change their numbers – and go through all the inconveniences that come with it – should they plan to switch services in light of the country’s changes in the communication industry. It’s called the “Number Portability” feature.

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Unbundling VoIP

If you want better VoIP service, then you’re looking for independent service providers. They’re more convenient to work with and provide better services in general.

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What is VoIP Quality of Service?

If you want Quality of Service in your network, the easiest way to get it is to get a router that has QoS as one of its advanced features. These devices are equipped with QoS software and will take care of the entire network from there. There are VoIP service providers that pre-configure these settings as well.

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