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VoIPon Solutions is a worldwide distributor of the highest quality voice over IP hardware. VoIP TV is designed for anyone interested in VoIP to keep up to date with the latest releases, interviews with leading manufacturers, training webinars and much more.

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Patton SmartNode 5200 Product Video | VoIP Supply

Take a brief look at the Patton SmartNode 5200 in this quick product video. http://www.voipsupply.com/patton-sn5200-32b-eui

The Patton SmartNode 5200 is the perfect Session Border Router for Enterprises requiring universal SIP trunking services for up to 32 SIP sessions.

The SmartNode 5200 comes equipped with 5 Ethernet ports and also includes firewall protection specifically tailored for SIP traffic.

With its enhanced IP services, and strong encryption, the SmartNode 5200 is the safer, smart choice for your business.

VoIP Supply is a leading Internet retailer of voice over IP hardware, with over one hundred and twenty-five thousand customers worldwide. Click subscribe to stay up to date on the latest from VoIP Supply and VoIP technology. Thanks for watching.

Video By: Stephen Lopian


What is a BLF? With Marc Spehalski | VoIP Supply

Join Senior VoIP Engineer Marc Spehalski as he goes over exactly what a BLF is, and just some of the functions it can be used for!

Hi, my name is Marc Spehalski. Senior VoIP Engineer at VoIP Supply. Today we are going to talk a little bit about BLF. BLF stands for busy lamp field. A busy lamp field is a visual indication on a phone of whether or not a user is on the line, or an indication of one of the phone system’s functions, like Call Que, Day/Night Mode, or a park zone. Lets take a look at some of these phones, and see these in action.

I have three phones with me here today. I have a Sangoma s700 and two Aastra 55i’s. You can see on the Sangoma phone, I have two BLF keys set up for extension 5001 and 5009. So, if I were able to make a call using one of the phones, you can see the BLF activate.

On the Aastra phone’s, I have additional BLF’s for a que login, day/night mode and park zone. So, I can use a button to log into the call que, and I can also use the button to also log out. I could also change from day to night mode.

And we can also check the status of a park zone. Lets test that, and put a call in park. We can now see that this call is on park one. We can now retrieve that call by pushing the button.

One other thing you and do, with a BLF assigned to an extension is what’s called direct to call pick up. If I were to call an extension, like, 5007 for example. I can see the light flashing here for 5007. I can push this button for direct to call pick up, and pick up that call.

So, that’s BLF in a nutshell. Again, BLF stands for busy lamp field, and is a visual indication of a system function, or an extension. For more information about any of the phones I showed you today, call us at 1-800-398-VoIP or go to VoIPSupply.com. Again, this is Marc Spehalski, Senior VoIP Engineer here at VoIP Supply, thanks for watching.

VoIP Supply is a leading Internet retailer of voice over IP hardware, with over one hundred and twenty-five thousand customers worldwide. Click subscribe to stay up to date on the latest from VoIP Supply and VoIP technology. Thanks for watching.

Video By: Stephen Lopian


Askozia PBX tutorial: external pfSense firewall for VoIP

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VoIP offers many new features in comparison to ISDN and analog. However, as your IP phone system is now part of your IT infrastructure, VoIP is also affected by some risks that haven’t been existing for traditional analog and ISDN phone systems. If a network component is successfully attacked, the whole IT network infrastructure can be in danger. This now includes your IP telephony infrastructure. In this webinar recording, we explain why a firewall is a must-have, and how to connect a pfSense firewall with AskoziaPBX.


Jive – VoIP Phone System

Jive VoIP Phone System is the easiest and most affordable option for your business phone system. Jive’s cloud VoIP service helps thousands of organizations simplify how they manage their phone setup.

Jive has set itself apart as the best-in-class unified communication as a service (ucaas) leader through:

– Average business saves 43% on phone expenses
– 24/7 US based support
– Fast, Hassle-free setup
– 99.999% SLA uptime reliability
– Flexible contract options


Hosted VoIP Business Phone System

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What is a SIP phone? | VoIP Supply

Join Technology Associate James Cooke as he breaks down the common question: What is a SIP Phone?

What is a SIP phone? Um, a SIP phone would be…it’s a VoIP Phone it’s a softphone. It’s a huge leap from like, our old phone systems. Maybe the PSTN, PSTN’s great, but SIP, you’re going to get better quality most of the time.

Seeing how it’s evolved over time, because SIP, SIP started out small, it wasn’t huge. It’s become much more prevalent and much more used now a days.

SIP is just the way of communicating over the Internet, rather than communicating over a PSTN line, traditionally. With your hardware, your soft-based phones, you’re going to do it the same exact way. It’s going to be through that Ethernet cable, you’re going to go through an Internet protocol and you’re going to use that Session Initiation Protocol to talk to that other individual on the other end of the line. And that’s the basics of SIP without getting too in depth.

It’s almost key in this day and age in my opinion. If you’re still on a PSTN analog phone, in a large enterprise, in a large office building, with over five hundred employees maybe, you’re suffering. You’re not going to be at maximum level.

It’s a strong way to talk to someone, and reliably talk to that person.

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Video By: Stephen Lopian


[part 07] Choosing a VoIP PBX for business phone system: why FreePBX?

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#3 How to develop a softphone by using Ozeki VoIP SIP SDK – Tutorial Part 3

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This video demonstrates the final steps concerning to how to build a softphone by using Ozeki VoIP SIP SDK. This tutorial is the 3. part of a 3-part video tutorial series, in which you can learn how to create a call status display and how to add such an advanced SIP call control features as call transferring, call holding/unholding or redialing.

Having done these steps, let’s build more advanced projects: check example programs about how to build a webphone, a voice call recorder, an IVR voice menu system or a PBX: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2DCrA77zB80

Or let’s start softphone development at the beginning by watching the 1. part of the “How to develop a softphone by using Ozeki VoIP SIP SDK” video tutorial series: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kv5EUDebqAU

Get more information! After watching the video you may be interested in the following topics:

– How to controll calls with call transferring, call holding, redialing, etc:
– How to build such advanced VoIP features as conference calling or call recording to your softphone:
– How to send a SIP IM (Instant Message):

About the software:
Ozeki VoIP SIP SDK is a high-performance VoIP SDK for .NET developers that can be used to create such a powerful VoIP applications as a webphone, a softphone, an IVR menu system, a call center, a PBX or different kind of mobile technologies.

For more information please visit: http://www.voip-sip-sdk.com
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