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Display Original Calling Number When Listening to Voicemail? by SalemHermit in ciscoUC

[–]chasingpackets 0 points1 point  (0 children)

The directory number that call's into Unity is considered a forwarding station. For example 4081112222 calls and gets routed to extension 1000 which has a forward to VM on it. Unity takes the DN from the forwarding station and scrubs it against known database entries (dn's, call handlers, routing rules, etc) for a match then routes based on the prescribed action (e.g. leave a voice mail, hit FRR and divert to call handler, etc). Has nothing to do with the ANI of the calling party that leave a message. That doesnt change unless you manipulate it with a transform.

Display Original Calling Number When Listening to Voicemail? by SalemHermit in ciscoUC

[–]chasingpackets 1 point2 points  (0 children)

He is looking for visual voicemail I think.

OP look at this vid and let us know if this is what you're after...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vZx270ZRLKo

CCNA Security and firepower?? by michaelagaudio in ccna

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You can get a virtual firepower appliance w/ demo "TAMC" licensing to use with it through FireSIGHT. You can also use http://www.labminutes.com/ which IMO has the best videos for beginner to shmedium. The vids alone will get you through the NGFW part of it, getting the appliances would just be a perk.

How to become better at troubleshooting and reading logs. by imantisocial in ciscoUC

[–]chasingpackets 1 point2 points  (0 children)

I agree & disagree. TranslatorX is a great tool once you already know how to read traces. However I would start with NP++ with a visual basic language filter on traces so you can actually understand what's going on line by line instead of dragging your traces to the app and filtering by called/calling.

Add, reset end-user for miniinbox unity connection by Adrian_moran in ciscoUC

[–]chasingpackets 1 point2 points  (0 children)

If unity is synced with LDAP, it's the users LDAP creds, if the user is synced from CM via axl, it's the "password" in CM under that end user. If none of the aformentioned is relevant, reset the users password in unity.

profit.

Jabber 9.2.(3) installer by chasingpackets in ciscoUC

[–]chasingpackets[S] 2 points3 points  (0 children)

Yea I sent Mike an email earlier today.

Jabber 9.2.(3) installer by chasingpackets in ciscoUC

[–]chasingpackets[S] 0 points1 point  (0 children)

I think post (3) some variables changed for jabber-config.xml (or functionality rather). I called TAC already and even with a support contract I was told to pound sand because its EOL/EOS.

If this is incorrect regarding the .xml then yes, please I will take it!

CCIE Collaboration written exam by m1xed0s in ccie

[–]chasingpackets 0 points1 point  (0 children)

Well, I passed my written at Cisco Live and was talking to some "friends" about scheduling the lab. I was pretty much told that if I want to use the current blueprint I should schedule it by the first qtr of 2018. Take it with a grain of salt, but it is about that time.

CCIE Collaboration written exam by m1xed0s in ccie

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a birdie told me they will probably announce an new blueprint first qtr 2018

Down another 300 by ssjy0da in ccnp

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I had a PC BSOD during by CCIE Collab written. Was allowed to start again but it's the worst feeling ever. Completely kills any momentum you had.

How to hide an entire switch from the rest of the network? by cbooth in HomeNetworking

[–]chasingpackets 2 points3 points  (0 children)

Get a firewall where you can create security zones. configure your port in one zone, their port in another, and disallow communication between the two. This allows you to be segregated while using the same internet connection.

Running a command across multiple gateways. by dmaciasdotorg in ciscoUC

[–]chasingpackets 1 point2 points  (0 children)

Ansible would work but there is a learning curve. You can get a demo of SecureCRT that will accomplish what you want.

High upload speed but slow download speed even when wired by tlmt in HomeNetworking

[–]chasingpackets 0 points1 point  (0 children)

Are you plugged directly into a home router? If so either you PC NIC is set to half-duplex, or the switchport you are connected to on the router is set to half-duplex. You should configure both sides to auto.

Resigning tomorrow by target in sysadmin

[–]chasingpackets 13 points14 points  (0 children)

Epic rants are epic. Life first man.

LAN vs WAN Protocols Question! by [deleted] in ccna

[–]chasingpackets 1 point2 points  (0 children)

EIGRP, OSPF, RIP, etc. are routing protocols. Frame-Relay, ATM, ISDN, SONET, etc are WAN technologies.