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23rd June 2005 at 03:24 #29657apsoGuest
How hard is configuring a Quintum?
Do you need any especial background, or can anyone do it?23rd June 2005 at 09:15 #29658Teodor GeorgievGuest
How hard is to fix a car?
Do you need any special background, or can anyone do it?
Replace Quintum and car with:
regifrator, chair…etc23rd June 2005 at 13:16 #29659apsoGuest
ok ok.. but what kind of background is good? maybe IT?23rd June 2005 at 14:58 #29660MikeMGuest
In my opinion, having a telecom background is much better than an IT background. I have found that someone with telecom can pick up the IP side much quicker than the reverse.23rd June 2005 at 22:41 #29661Tom HGuest
I 100% agree. The VoIP industry is full of IT people who do not understand telecomms at all.24th June 2005 at 06:22 #29662Teodor GeorgievGuest
Especially the “IT genius” people from India, Pakistan, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka 🙂
They always brag how professional they are, until you see them on the forums asking dumb questions under a faked name 🙂24th June 2005 at 14:33 #29663MikeMGuest
The big problem is understanding signaling. Most IT people cannot grasp the concept of signaling on lines like ISDN, Wink, etc., since there is no signaling like this in IP. Once you understand signaling, the rest is simple.24th June 2005 at 17:36 #29664Teodor GeorgievGuest
have you noted that SIP is liked mostly by people who come to the VoIP world from the “IP” side, not from the “telecom” side. The main reason is – they are afraid of the Q.931 side of the H.323.
That is my opinion.24th June 2005 at 19:59 #29665MikeMGuest
It just proves my point how IT people just have trouble understanding signaling.24th June 2005 at 20:20 #29666apsoGuest
Any of you experts, can you please tell me why I am having problems with my calls?
I cant hear anything once I am connected to the other side. I dont know if its my carrier or my own problem. But I need help!
Please email me> firstname.lastname@example.org June 2005 at 17:44 #29667MikeMGuest
If you are only getting one way audio, the most common reason for this is a firewall blocking the voice port or your ISP may be blocking the voice port.27th June 2005 at 21:00 #29668apsoGuest
I think you are right, do you know what ports I should forward if I am using H.323 behind NAT? PLS..28th June 2005 at 15:18 #29669MikeMGuest
I would suggest you forward all ports (put the Tenor in the full DMZ) as this will be the easiest. Otherwise you can go to Quintum’s web site to get a list of ports and try that, but I really do suggest opening all ports.28th June 2005 at 15:30 #29670apsoGuest
Quintum is in DMZ.. however I am using a new route… and now I cant hear my calls.28th June 2005 at 17:35 #29671MikeMGuest
So you have the same router and router config with Tenor in the DMZ and on the old IP network it worked fine, but now you have a new IP network where no calls get voice?