DIDX Member Training Manual
Question: Does DIDX have a training manual ? Answer: Yes you can download DIDX Member Training Manual.
Question: Can I watch DIDX Traning video?
Answer: Yes there are number of online traning videos you can watch.
Most businesses have several incoming telephone numbers used for specific purposes. For example customer service, sales, etc. Some have an individual telephone number for each user in the system. In a home setting on the other hand, each telephone number comes in on a different pair of wires typically. This is not practical in a business enviroment that has many telephone numbers.DID (DDI) in the new VOIP World
Let’s say you buy a phone line from Vonage or some other phone service provider who offers phone service over broadband. The number that they provide to you, in technical terms is a DID number. This is the number that they have assigned to you to connect you to the old PSTN Networks around the world. Any service provider who wants to offer a phone service over IP address, needs to buy DID numbers from his CLEC or any other large service provider like Level 3 in the United States or go to a consortium (company that will take large blocks from many providers and hand them out one at a time)
If you are using an IP PBX like Asterisk, and you want to connect yourself to PSTN so people can call your office, you can either 1) buy an Analog or E1/T1 card from Digium, or 2) buy DID number from a service provider like Virtual Phone Line, Broad Voice or Voice Pulse that will then come to your IPPBX as a real phone line. Then you can use as your phone number, and route it to your IVR or direct extension. You can get a FREE UK Did from IP Star or buy commercial DIDs from service providers like Virtual Phone Line
Asterisk rollout tips: Advice on how to deploy an Asterisk production system
Asterisk installation tips
Getting Gnophone to work
See: Asterisk Configurations for connecting with VOIP providers
Letting SIP clients connect directly without media through asterisk
ISDN BRI and modems
modem.conf: The configuration file
Asterisk: How to connect with ISDN4Linux
Asterisk: How to connect with CAPI
- zaptelBRI: 4 port ISDN hardware