SIP-ALG is supposed to simplify the life of SIP devices behind NAT/PAT and it works by rewriting relevant SIP headers and SDP session information with the public IP address of the router and the port used.
When SIP traffic is encrypted using TLS, routers cannot perform any manipulation of packets so that devices using TLS are not affected. This is why all Wildix users experience less problems while connecting remote devices and an a higher level of security.
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Wildix has a complete integration with Google Apps, probably the most complete on the market:
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Have you even been called while on a meeting by a colleague just to whisper (while everybody looks at you): “I will call you later”?
Have you even been called or in the middle of your vacation just to say: “I am not in office, call me back next week”?
Imagine now a system to inform automatically your colleagues that you are not available, on holiday, out of office. A system that automatically send the calls to voicemail or forward them to another number after informing of your status depending on your calendar status.
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Let’s see in detail the different ways to assign Wildix phones.
(1) Assign Wildix phones via WMS
supported by WP4X0 phones and W01FXS media gateway
Instructions for the sysadmin:
- WMS > Devices
- select a provisioned device
- click “Assign to user”
- select the user from the list
Easy, no? In this way sysadmin can quickly assign even remote phones. However you cannot use this mode to log in W-AIR and WP600A series. So there exists another way to do it, supported by WP4X0 and W-AIR handsets:
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