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T carrier
t extension, Asterisk
T extension, Asterisk
T.120 protocol
T.30 protocol
T.37 protocol 2nd
T.38 protocol
T1 circuit 2nd 3rd
        bandwidth of
        channelized or split-use
        compared to VoIP
        connecting PBXs by
        wireless T1
T1 interfaces, Asterisk and
T1/PRI trunks 2nd
T100P interface card
T3 circuit 2nd
TAFM (The Asterisk Fax Manager)
talk extension, Asterisk
TCP (Transmission Control Protocol)
TCP/IP network
        reliability of
        VoIP requiring
TCP/IP, as transport for VoIP trunks
TDD MODE command, AGI
TDM (time division multiplexing) 2nd
TDM equipment vendors
TDM phones
TDM400P interface card 2nd
TE400 Series interface card
Telecommunications Standardization Sector (ITU-T)
Telecommunications Systems Inc.
Telecontrol Corp.
telephone services, list of
TELEPHONECOMP variable, Asterisk
telephony 2nd
telephony hardware vendors
telephony software 2nd
television cable trunks
Telos ISDN H.323 Gateway
terminals
        endpoints as
        H.323 protocol
terms used in this book
text-to-speech
TFTP (Trivial File Transfer Protocol) 2nd 3rd
TFTP server 2nd
The Asterisk Fax Manager (TAFM)
three-way calling
Tiff2PS utility
time division multiplexing (TDM) 2nd
time required to implement VoIP
time-based context includes
timing of VoIP rollout
TiVo Series 2 devices
tones
        DTMF tones
        standard tones
topology
ToS (Type of Service)
TOSC Call Soft Pro
traceroute, auditing performance with
traditional phones, integrating into VoIP network
traffic class expediting
traffic diversion
training required for VoIP implementation
transcoding 2nd
Transfer command, Asterisk
Transmission Control Protocol (TCP)
transport
transport layer, OSI model
Trivial File Transfer Protocol (TFTP) 2nd
Trojan horses
troubleshooting
        ATA ports connected incorrectly
        audio dropouts across wide area call path
        budget too small
        callers can't hear you
        capabilities negotiation
        Cisco IP phones not accepting 802.3af inline power
        dialed digits not working with IVR prompts
        echo
        first part of sentences cut off
        inability to receive calls from PSTN
        interoperability problems 2nd
        interrupting between callers
        IP phone unable to make calls
        jitter
        latency
        loss of dial-tone periodically
        media loads, simulating
        packet inspection for
        PBX to IAXTel sound quality is poor
        performance loss with high call utilization
        power loss causing loss of phone use
        QoS issues
        robotic sound quality
        signaling problems
        SIP registrations not working through firewall
        softPBX going down
        software bugs , status and reporting
        switchover date missed by phone company
        tools for 2nd
        user complaints
trunk channel, creating with POTS line
trunk groups 2nd
trunk ports
trunks 2nd 3rd 4th 5th
        ATM trunks
        bulk trunk providers
        Centrex trunks
        dial-tone trunks 2nd 3rd 4th
        fiber trunks
        hunt groups of
        ISDN BRI trunks
        legacy trunks
        POTS trunks
        private trunks 2nd
        switch-to-switch trunk
        television cable trunks
        VLAN trunks
TSP (telephony service provider) 2nd 3rd
        dial prefixes for calling between
        emergency dispatch service requirements
        QoS for
        regulation of
        VPN not used by
txfax command, SpanDSP
typographical conventions used in this book



Switching to VoIP
Switching to VoIP
ISBN: 0596008686
EAN: 2147483647
Year: 2005
Pages: 172

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