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Making Analog Devices Work with OCS – Part 2

Now that we’ve talked through some of the theories involved with analog devices (see part 1 here) let’s roll up our sleeves and configure our environment for Scenario #1.

Our first task is unpacking the Tenor AF gateway from NET. This small form factor device will allow us to plug in eight analog devices to our OCS environment.
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Part 3. How’d ya like to trade in that old PBX for a shiny new OCS environment?

On to OCS… There isn’t much to the mediation install, so we’ll skip over that and go right to the mediation configuration. Keep in mind; you want to have 2 separate network interfaces on your mediation server. One will be used to route traffic to the VoIP gateway and the other 2 the data network. Continue reading

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Part 2. How’d ya like to trade in that old PBX for a shiny new OCS environment?

So after discussing the things we might want to do with OCS and our legacy PBX, it’s time to roll up our sleeves and take a look at how it all works. This isn’t meant to be a deployment guide by any stretch of the imagination, more of an overview of what will need to be, independent of what PBX or gateway you have. Continue reading

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