Need to see if there is a DIY on that, any special instructions, would be need to serve punch out of (non-alcoholic) for the kids at the 4th of July party.
Son of a
I haz phone now!
Mosquito bit me on the knee.
So itchy to move my leg and to not move my leg.
Phone company woes
The phone is setup, and can make and receive calls.
VoIP has come a long way, I remember in the early SIP phone days, STUN servers were bleeding edge and firewall configurations and NAT routers prevented providers from just mailing phones to customers and expecting them to just work.
In this case the company Phonebooth.com, really just needs a wizard to walk you through your phone setup. And in the case of my setup, I bought the phone from them, so yeah, no reason it can’t say “You must be setting up your Polycom Soundpoint 123”, seeing as that would be the only phone in the database linked to my account and would be seen as not setup.
Regardless, I am looking forward to setting up my voicemail and even looking into the conference bridge stuff, just to get a feel for all it has to offer.
At the very least, I will be able to make quick test calls via desktop fast dialing again and oh the joys of conference calls.
In prep for my travels north and my home office move, I got a Phonebooth account, I really miss having a desk phone and up at the cottage making test calls can be difficult (ATT signal is now OK in cottage, but still spotty once in a while).
The sign-up was easy, their interface is neat looking, clean design, my desk phone showed up and was easy to assemble.
But getting the phone integrated with my account is proving annoying.
No included instructions in the box. Therefore, I assumed it was plug it in and away we go.
So then I went to the web interface and was hoping to see a “We see you phone was delivered, click here to set up your phone.”
Now I am poking around their site, while also loading a PCAP of a TCPDUMP trace to continue my research into random SQL SERVER slow responses.
I think I might be a geek.
Yesterday, today’s forecast for rain was 10%, which is as good as 0% in Austin. So I go get a nice car wash since my car was in desperate need.
And this is what this afternoon is turning into.
So this is your fault.
Do me a favor, I fly out on Sunday, wait to wash your car until later, I hate flying in the rain.
$20 on the little brown one.
When you show up for a client meeting and they aren’t there.
Was pretty sure we confirmed on Monday, should have confirmed this morning.