Monthly Archives: October 2012

Manually Configuring a Multicast Paging Ring Group to work with Yealink T20, T22, T26, T28, T32, T38

Be aware that different firmware versions may have different web interface formats and functionality. For further support, please visit Yealink here From 3CX Phone System Ring groups can be used to facilitate multicast paging. Note that 3CX Phone System facilitates multicast … Continue reading

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Cat Linux Command

The cat Linux command is used to display file contents, for example if I quickly wanted to see the contents of a text file I would use the cat command to dump the output to the console or pipe it … Continue reading

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How to Disable SIP ALG on Netgear Routers

SIP ALG is used to try and avoid configuring Static NAT on a router. Its implementation, however, varies from one router to another, often making it difficult to inter-operate a router with SIP ALG enabled with a PBX. In general, … Continue reading

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Automatic Deployment of 3CX MyPhone to Terminal Server Users

Group Policies provide the ability to deploy applications and configurations across hundreds or even thousands of computers in an organization. It is very important that procedures like these are tested thoroughly in a non-production environment before it goes live. This … Continue reading

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How to Disable SIP ALG on a Thompson Router

SIP ALG is used to try and avoid configuring Static NAT on a router. Its implementation, however, varies from one router to another, often making it difficult to inter-operate a router with SIP ALG enabled with a PBX. In general, … Continue reading

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