Stuart Feeser Blog

Welcome to my web log. Here are just a few things currently on my mind regarding: SIP training, VoIP, global telecommunications and emerging technologies.

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Nine Lives of Marlo el Gato

Posted April 10, 2013 in Blog

Hilary, our sales & marketing person, is in D.C. this week and she brought along her 2 cats, Bruce and Marlin. Hilary is an avid cat lover, and she was spending the day in her hotel room working alongside her … Continue reading

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VoLTE

Posted March 28, 2013 in Blog

4G Voice is coming like a freight train, code name “VoLTE” (Voice over LTE). Unless you understand the IMS, everything you know is wrong. The new voice services platforms are 100% software, and represent just a portion of the real-time … Continue reading

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Reset Codes for Avaya IP Telephones

Posted March 19, 2013 in Blog

NOTE: 1. MUTE and HOLD are interchangeable. 2. The 4630 does not have a HOLD button so MUTE is the recommended method. hold 2337#orhold + ADDR + #Address info (Phone IP, DEFINITY CLAN IP and Port, Default Router, mask, TFTP … Continue reading

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G350 Auto Attendant Configuration

Posted March 1, 2013 in Blog

At Alta3 Research, we have a G350, running enterprise software ver 5.2 to serve our company. Sitting right next to this server is the latest Microsoft Lync software, CUCM software and Avaya System Platform 6.2, not to mention Asterisk and … Continue reading

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Video: How to Find the Host ID of an Avaya System Platform

Posted February 24, 2013 in Blog

Check out our latest video from Alta3! Alta3 Research demonstrates host-ID discovery on an Avaya Sytem Platform. Discussion on virtual interfaces and xen networking gives clarity to managing an Avaya System through the cdom.

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Ubuntu nslookup works ping doesn’t

Posted February 11, 2013 in Blog

The nslookup works! example@someserver:/etc/network$ nslookup www.aura.alta3.local Server: 10.10.90.80 Address: 10.20.20.32#53 … but ping does NOT work: example@someserver:/etc/network$ ping www.aura.alta3.local ping: unknown host www.aura.alta3.local. Cause: Your top level domain = “.local” and therefore Ubuntu is using “AVAHI” to use mDNS to … Continue reading

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Red X on Windows 7 network ICON but internet access works

Posted May 2, 2012 in Blog

After trying several things, this fixed the problem for me: 1. Open the Registry Editor (click start, type run, type regedit) 2. Browse to:       HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Classes\Local       Settings\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\TrayNotify 3. Delete the data of the following keys in this folder (They will “reappear” … Continue reading

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