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27th October 2003 at 20:28 #25561Andrew ZhilenkoGuest
Does anybody use WebSwitch100 boxes without WebSwitch2000? I wonder if it is possible to set up them that they will send calls directly to the remote Cisco AS5300, or register to Cisco GK…28th October 2003 at 12:57 #25562NonameGuest
I tried, without sucess. But was a close call.
What I did manage was to make the Webswitch to connect like a champ to Quintum A200.
But not with the Quintum A400 gatekeeper or gateway.
Did not tried too hard either.
Also, they work like a champ from one Ercsson box to another.
The easiest box to setup that I found so far. About 5 minutes from the box to first call.1st November 2003 at 18:59 #25563garyGuest
I have seen with the latest version of the configurator software with the parameter restore function, the ability to change the box to the cisco default compatibility settings. I haven’t done it yet, but I do have these units in place and working with a third party LD provider using the configuration only avavilable in the telnet section of the software. Hope this helps,
Gary.4th November 2003 at 00:52 #25564DanGuest
I have a small family network of Webswitch 100’s in place (Seattle, St. Louis, Dallas, Taipei.)
First, I set up a H323 gatekeeper (free opengk from openh323.org) and did some basic testing with a pair of Webswitches. All worked very well, and now I can go to the gk console to make sure all sites are online.
I preconfigured each Webswitch for the local LAN scheme and remotely set up port forwarding on the Linksys routers at each location.
One thing I would like to know is if anyone is running a version of the Webswitch 100P4 firmware newer than 3004EReleaseV002R01a. I would really like to upgrade firmware (if anyone knows how!) as I am still having some NAT issues at one of my locations..4th November 2003 at 13:43 #25565NonameGuest
Long distance corporation killer!!!!!!!!!!
With families like yours and mine ,long distance companies are going to have a hard time.
Being from the old days of analog satelite, with 100 feet dishes pointing 5 kw of radio power to a noisy bird on the heavens , it is hard to believe that we have “family networks” with multiple gateways across the globe and gatekeepers.
One little price quote from the past:
Price of a analog link from the U.S. to South America on the early ’80?????
Just one channel of audio equivalent to a 64 KB link of today????
A nice $8.000 US dollars a month!!!!
Anyone that think that the “old days” are better?????????????