- Tapa blanda: 314 páginas
- Editor: Packt Publishing (23 de julio de 2009)
- Idioma: Inglés
- ISBN-10: 1847196802
- ISBN-13: 978-1847196804
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Building Enterprise Ready Telephony Systems with sipXecs 4.0 (Inglés) Tapa blanda – 23 jul 2009
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Reseña del editor
This book was written to be a step by step approach to building a communications system for any organization. Care was taken to clearly illustrate with diagrams and screen shots all of the steps and concepts along the way. This book is written for network engineers who have been asked to deploy and maintain communications systems for their organizations.
Biografía del autor
As an industry veteran with over 20 years in Information Technology consulting, Michael brings a network engineer's perspective to the Telephony business. After receiving a Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Engineering from the University of Maine, Michael worked hard to build up a computer manufacturing business which he left in the mid '90s. Following the manufacturing endeavor Michael worked with two close friends to build what became one of Maine's largest home-grown technology consulting and software development firms. After successfully selling the consulting business to a large out of state firm, Michael turned his attention to the growing IP Telephony space. Michael has helped successfully deploy some of the region's largest IP based communications systems and the infrastructure required to support those systems. Away from technology, Michael enjoys life with his wife Debra and son Matthew on their large Maine wild blueberry farm in rural Maine. Snowmobiling and hunting are the family choices for fun and Michael is also a long time Autocross fanatic with multiple class wins in his beloved Mini Cooper S.
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You'll begin to think of things like, new switches, better voip phones, power-over-ethernet (POE) switches for POE type voip phones, user directories, auto-attendants in countless configurations, phantom users to match those attendants, etc ,etc...
The problem you're going to encounter which will sap that energy right out of you is the lack of in-depth and readily available documentation to help you resolve the issues you are going to have and this is the problem for beginners who are wanting to implement a VOIP solution on their own, who have some network experience.
The book, is written for network engineers and even though I am not one, I have found the book very helpful and informative that re-enforces what I already knew through exploration and experimentation. This book is a basic introduction to SipXecs. There are no in-depth scenarios or how-to's for the various equipment SipXecs supports. If you are experienced with SipXecs, you'll be using this book as a reference. For those other problems, you'll still have to refer to the wiki and other insiders who have taken the time to document what they did to resolve a particular problem in relation to SipXecs and the particular equipment in use.
For the price, for the experience of the Author and that of the Reviewer, I was expecting much more.