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Voip In College

Voip In College



As you know we promoting the Open Source so in sequence now we have implemented the VOIP in college with the help of Open Source Softwares. You can also do this on your space. We personally ready to ...

As you know we promoting the Open Source so in sequence now we have implemented the VOIP in college with the help of Open Source Softwares. You can also do this on your space. We personally ready to assist you.



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    •  VOIP in Academic Institution  With the help of   The Technical Team of TIT&S Surender Singh Rajesh Goyal     Sr. Programmer Sr. Programmer surendersingh@titsbhiwani.ac.in rajeshgoyal@titsbhiwani.ac.in
    • Techlab.in ? Elearning Portal of TIT&S We Promote...    
    • Add in Your Tech­Vocab ● VOIP  ● PSTN ● IP­Phone ● Softphone ● ATA ● Podcast ● PCI ● Extension ● FXO ● VoiceMail ● FXS ● SIP ● Trunk ● LAN    
    • Communication Means    
    • Traditional EPBX ● 7 Plug Card ● 6 Extension Per Line                                  Total 42 Extension Supported ● Only Tele Calling ● Limited Features ● More Extension means More expenses ● Every Year Pay for AMC     
    • Our Strength ● 150+ Employees ● More then 1200 Students ● 493 PC  ● 200+ Students have Laptop or Desktop ● High­Speed Network with Wi­Fi                                     Then Why Not VOIP ?    
    • New Player in Our Institute     
    • VoiceMail to eMail    
    • Unlimited Extensions    
    • PC to Phone and Phone to PC  Calling PC­to­Phone Phone­ to­ PC­to­PC Phone    
    • Ring Group    
    • Conference    
    • MP3 base music on hold    
    • Podcast    
    • IVR    
    • FAX to eMail services    
    • CDR    
    • Major Facilities Some of the features on Asterisk not found on our traditional PBX: ● VoiceMail to eMail ● Unlimited Extensions ● PC to Phone and Phone to PC Calling ● Conference Bridge with up to 50 participants ● On demand call recording ● MP3 base music on hold ● Hosted solutions ● Off the shelf replacement parts ● Podcast ● IVR ● FAX to eMail services ● CDR    
    • But few More Features Require... Call Features Call Waiting Macros ADSI On­Screen Menu System Caller ID Music On Hold Alarm Receiver Caller ID Blocking Music On Transfer: Append Message Caller ID on Call Waiting ­ Flexible Mp3­based System Authentication Calling Cards ­ Random or Linear Play Automated Attendant Conference Bridging ­ Volume Control Blacklists Database Store / Retrieve Predictive Dialer Blind Transfer Database Integration Privacy Call Detail Records Dial by Name Open Settlement Protocol (OSP) Call Forward on Busy Direct Inward System Access Overhead Paging Call Forward on No Answer Distinctive Ring Protocol Conversion Call Forward Variable DUNDI TM Remote Call Pickup Call Monitoring Do Not Disturb Remote Office Support Call Parking E911 Roaming Extensions Call Queuing ENUM Route by Caller ID Call Recording Fax Transmit and Receive  SMS Messaging Call Retrieval Flexible Extension Logic Spell / Say Call Routing (DID & ANI) Interactive Directory Listing Streaming Media Access Call Snooping Interactive Voice Response (IVR) Supervised Transfer Call Transfer Local and Remote Call Agents Talk Detection    
    • And more... Text­to­Speech (via Festival) Codecs Loopstart Three­way Calling ADPCM Groundstart Time and Date G.711 (A­Law &  μ­Law) Kewlstart Transcoding G.722 MF and DTMF support Trunking G.723.1 (pass through) RBS VoIP Gateways G.726 MFC­R2  Voicemail: G.729  PRI Protocols ­ Visual Indicator for Message Waiting GSM 4ESS ­ Stutter Dialtone for Message Waiting iLBC BRI (ISDN4Linux) ­ Voicemail to email Linear DMS100 ­ Voicemail Groups LPC­10 EuroISDN ­ Web Voicemail Interface Speex Lucent 5E Zapateller VoIP Protocols National ISDN2 Computer­Telephony Integration SIP (Session Initiation Protocol) NFAS AGI (Asterisk Gateway Interface) IAX™ (Inter­Asterisk Exchange) Q.SIG Graphical Call Manager H.323 Outbound Call Spooling MGCP  Predictive Dialer SCCP (Cisco ® Skinny ®) TCP/IP Management Interface Traditional Telephony Protocols Scalability E&M TDMoE  E&M Wink Allows direct connection of Asterisk PBX Feature Group D Zero latency FXS  Uses commodity Ethernet hardware FXO  
    • Our Asterisk Server Machine  – Intel Pentium D 2.8 Ghz  – 1 Gb RAM – 160 Gb HDD – 1 Gbps LAN  – DVD/Keyboard/Mouse – Elastix an Asterisk Based Falvour    
    • Desktop Client PC with any Platform Windows/Linux  – Sound Card – Headphone with Mike or Speakers and Microphone – Softphone Software ● Windows Based : Wengophone,Skype ● Linux Based : Twinkle, Ekiga – An Extension Number – Email Address for Voicemail    
    • Demo