Can someone please update me with the latest rules on what is allowed and what's not allowed? As far as I have researched, mixing of VoIP and PSTN is not allowed.
If we have a local DID, say "1 (922) 933-944", Can we configure that line to an IP phone in India for external calling? As far as I know the answer is that is against regulations. Is that true for BOTH outgoing and incoming calls or just one or the other?
If the above is against regulations, is there any real legit way of accomplishing a similar thing? I.E. having an off hours helpdesk that is in India but still being reached via the primary helpdesk DID and getting forwarded? (Or is that also against regulations?)
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This document describes the details about the Cisco Collaboration Endpoint software upgrade error “File too large”, and guides through the possible workarounds to upgrade the endpoint to the desired version.
we have recently announced a new Webex Events service with a best-in-class virtual event experience that is video-centric, intelligent, and simple to use.
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The purpose of this document is to present the different troubleshooting steps to take when some service from the Cisco IM & Presence Service Server have not started gracefully.
The States of a service
The IM&P ...
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What is the Real-Time Monitoring Tool (RTMT) and how do I use it? In addition to an overview of the components of the tool and the interface, attendees learned how to use ...