On Wed, Oct 14, 2009 at 12:58:20 -0400,
Jon Stanley <jonstanley(a)gmail.com> wrote:
On Wed, Oct 14, 2009 at 12:38 PM, John Poelstra
> 3) <jcollie> one thing that i though of today is the ability to log in using
> the fas voip credentials from a cell phone when using the did numbers
> --after meeting question from John, "What exactly does this mean and how
> would it be used? What would it improve that we can't do now?"
I think that the use case for this is that I'm away, but I need to
call $CONTRIBUTOR and I want them to know that it's me instead of some
random cell phone number, so we should be able to login and have it
come from our extension.
Would caller id with the person's cell phone number solve this problem?
If so, that might be easier to handle.
Jeff, correct me if I'm wrong. And I thought the meeting was at
EST, have I failed yet again? I'm incredibly busy with $DAYJOB as
It was pretty short. It was over by 2000 UTC when I got back. If you look
at the log, you'll see it went pretty quick.
If you want to add to the wish list, I would like to eventually be able to
forward calls to another sip server. Right now I sort of handle this (but
something is broken) by having my asterisk box register with the fedora
talk server so it can get calls. But I get so few calls (none except for
my test calls) that I think it would be significantly less overhead to
have a forwarding ability rather than have to essentially poll from my