UC520 is connected to a sip provider which has some star codes that I want to use, but they start with two stars.
They enable dialing SIP URIs, for example, **275 connects me to www.sipbroker.com from which I can dial SIP destinations wihtout using PSTN and thus take advantage of things like G722 or video.
How would you go about building a dial peer to match (and send) something like **275 *9243 3366
or would it be better to program the UC520 so that when a user dials 1-888-947-3988, the call will be routed to ZipDX using IP, by either sending **275 *9243 3366 or firstname.lastname@example.org to my SIP provider... if thats preferred, how would I accomplish that?
HI Recently I have perched 10 Cisco SG350 28 port gigabit poE switches for my running project . I would like to create my data and voice vlan in the same port where the PC will connect with the phone set.i configured my Dhcp on mikrotik cloud core ro...
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