Ya just walty thanks guys.. I’m an early investor and held all the way through haha
It feels good.
Dee Dee Mega...dodo
How does this even happen? Has she ever explained herself on this?
They probably have a teleprompter with pronunciation instead of spelling.. and she made a booboo
For Chicago office at least for new grads it was a 65k/year.
This seems a little high. I don't believe anyone here in Chicago is paying 65k for fresh grads
No problem. Dial plans are kind of a dark art in collaboration, lol.
Think of it this way: dial peers determine where things go, translations change what they are (which may later effect where they go).
If you translate 5035551212 to 1000 on your inbound dial peer, then you need a dial peer to match 1000 or the call will never leave the CUBE. In this case you're translating first then figuring out where to send it.
If you translate 5035551212 to 1000 on your outbound dial peer, then your outbound dial peer needs to match the original DID. In this case you're figuring out where to send it first, then translating so it's different on the other side.
Either way, when the call gets to CUCM it will be destined for 1000, so you need a pattern to match 1000.
In CUCM everything is a pattern, whether it's a directory number, route pattern, hunt pilot, translation pattern, etc. A translation pattern changes the calling number but doesn't actually determine where the call goes; all the other patterns do that.
If you don't translate anything on CUBE, you need to match 5035551212 in CUCM. You could make your hunt pilot 5035551212 and that would work fine. Or you make your hunt pilot 1000 then create a translation pattern to change the number to 1000.
Just wait till you have to deal with localization/globalization and +E.164 dial plans ..
A translation pattern changes the calling number
/u/dalgeek You are always spot on so just a minor correction.. I think you meant to say translation pattern changes the called number. And to that point I believe translation patterns can also change calling number if you wanted to.. Not sure how many use cases there are for that last point.
Nice rack. All you are missing is the IP phone :)
Because I chose to
Doesn't fax work over VoIP?
And even if it doesn't aren't there a large number of competing online fax services?
It CAN work over fax.
EDIT: Faxes CAN work over VoIP haha.
OK, what's tomcat?
Apologies if this is a simple question. I'm pretty green with CUCM stuff. I can find my way around basic / intermediate admin & issue diagnosis, but implementation is not really anything I've done before - I figured I'd give it a go and try to learn something!
Tomcat is the webservice that handles HTTP and HTTPS traffic for CUCM