Feb
25
Austin has devised a dial plan that meets the needs of his company (Backyard Adventures, Inc), and one of the core components of it meets a requirement set forth by his company's executive branch - namely, that although people in U.S. offices of his company dial a '9' as a PSTN access code prior to dialing any additional digits for outside public calls, the executive branch dictates that they do not want the IP phones that dialed such a number to see that preliminary '9' on the phone's display,... Read More
Jan
27
The Cisco Unified Communications feature called Mobile Connect (also familiarly referred to as Single Number Reach) is truly a great feature of Unified Communications Manager, and can provide us with many efficiencies both in being able to be reachable just about anywhere, and in being able to be easily identified when placing inbound calls from our mobile phones into the CUCM cluster to our colleagues. As admins, we know that if we wish to have our users place calls from their mobile phones... Read More
Nov
12
Just wanted to update all our CCIE Voice rack renters out there that the new Variphy Remote Phone Control app that I blogged about a few days ago will go live here by the next rack rental session at 3pm PT. Information on how to use it can be found in the first few minutes of this video demonstration of the product. Read More
Oct
21
Join me tomorrow, October 22nd at 12:00 PM PST / 3:00 PM EST, for the free vSeminar: Unified Mobility Interactions with Local Route Group and Globalization. Read More
May
07
That is a very true saying - in fact one that we believe strongly in here at INE. However we also understand just how expensive it can be to undertake studying for any CCIE Lab exam. That is why, whenever we can, we try to reduce the load on you - the students - to bear this cost. Take for instance our CCIE RS Volume II for Dynamips - we do all we can to provide you the best available instruction while trying to reduce, or sometimes even be able to eliminate the hardware costs associated with... Read More
Apr
13
We had a great response in turnout to Josh's vSeminar yesterday. Thanks to everyone who made it out, we certainly hope it was beneficial for you! A few comments from attendees in the ET helped us realize that the next Voice vSeminar, this Friday covering Simplifying Globalization and Localization, might be best held at 4pET/1pPT, rather than the 6pET/3pPT that it was originally scheduled for. So we changed it. So why a lecture on this topic? Well, every class that I have taught over the last... Read More
Mar
31
For many of you geeks and nerds out there like me (I'll take a poll as to which one is better at another time), you've worked with some *NIX flavor for many years now. For others of you, you have most likely dabbled with various Linux distro's and have come to know commands as needed. One extremely powerful tool that you may or may not have come across during your years is SED or the Stream Editor (sometimes referred to as the String Editor as well). This tool can take input from stdin and... Read More

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