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Fax machine does not receive FAX


The problem is that the codecs used by VoIP IADs are designed to compress voice, not the analog signals sent and received by modems.
In a VoIP Internet world, voice is first converted into packets and then they are sent over the connections that make up our our vast Internet. They may take slightly different times to arrive at their destination. In doing so some packets may be discarded, but the end result is that the receiving VoIP device has enough packets to make a clear and understandable conversation.
We suggest these settings on a fax machine for faxing over VoIP; slowing the transmission rate down and allowing the machine to continue receiving the transmission even though a few bits of data were lost, then faxing over VoIP can become more consistent. Our suggestions in many cases can resolve issues that prevent faxing over a VoIP connection, but not in all cases. If after trying and making all the VoIP fax changes we suggest you still cannot fax over your connection then try a Internet Fax service.

Aug 10, 2011 | HP Office Equipment & Supplies

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I can not play movies in my totem movie player, AMR is missing


Hi..
AMR (Adaptive Multi Rate) is common audio file format for mobile devices like mobile phones, laptops, portable recorders.. etc.

in fact totem movie player can't play any amr files (files encoded in amr codec) by itself. Totem Player depends on Gstreamer libs, which haves necessary media handling components .

from your post its not clear that whether your totem can't play movie files from the very beginning or just you can not play movies recently.

your totem player may lacks Gstreamer library files or somehow your Gstreamer libs got corrupted recently.
Reinstalling Gstreamer Library file may help you.

you can find latest source version of Gstreamer on this page
(more detailed download of Gstreamer can be found on http://openports.se/multimedia/gstreamer-0.10 )

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In nokia 7230 can support mp4 video


Yes, mp4 is supported by nokia 7230

http://europe.nokia.com/find-products/devices/nokia-7230/specifications

Video codecs & formats
  • Video capture at up to 320 x 240 pixels (QVGA) at 15 fps
  • Video recording file formats: MP4 (default), 3GP (for MMS); codecs: H.263, MPEG-4
  • Audio recording file formats: AMR-NB
  • Video playback file formats: MP4, 3GP; codecs H.263, H.264
  • DRM support: OMA DRM 2 video, Windows DRM-10, WMV

Feb 28, 2011 | Nokia 7230 Cell Phone

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How to watch movies on LG optimus


Most important is to get information from your service provider to confirm if the network supports streaming video. The phone by itself supports all the following streams as you can download and watch on this Android phone.
The supported features/tech specs are as follows;


Audio codec
MP3, AMR, AAC, AAC+, WAV, WMA
Video codec
(Video Recording / Video Playback)
Recording: MPEG4 @VGA15fps
Playback: MPEG4, H263@VGA30fps, WMV, DivX, Xvid
Main Camera
3Mega pixels AF

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CANNOT PLAY 3GP FILES


There are several ways to play 3GP files. My personal favorite is VLC Media player (or if you prefer using Windows Media player, pls refer to 2)
  1. VLC ( http://www.videolan.org/vlc/) media player (freeware) is presented as the easiest solution to playing back many of the common multimedia files that are available. However, while VLC does in fact support the 3GP format, it does not include software to decode AMR audio. If your files have AAC audio then technically, VLC should be able to play your 3GP files.
  2. Windows Media Player can technically play 3GP files, but you will need to install some extra software. Firstly, the 3GP container needs to be accessible and then you also need software that can decode the video and audio (H.263, H.264, AAC, AMR). You can use either

Aug 07, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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How to do internet settings manually on nokia e71


BEFORE YOU BEGIN, please note the following:
On the Nokia E71 some of VoIP settings are hidden by default, and you will need Nokia's new VoIP SIP application.
This application can be used to configure VoIP settings on your Nokia. You can create new VoIP profiles and modify the existing ones, and create and modify VoIP parameters and NAT/Firewall traversal settings and that are normally not visible on the device UI, such as codec settings and SIP domain-specific NAT/FW settings. It is also possible to save all the VoIP profile settings to a text file. It also enables VoIP over WCDMA which means you can make VoIP call over 3G Internet connection.
Using your PC you can download free Nokia SIP VoIP application from here or you can check Nokia web sitefor latest version.
Extract and install SIS file using Nokia PC Suite software on your PC.
Once installation is complete you will be able to see "SIP VoIP Settings" application under Applications menu on your Nokia, which you will need in STEP 5 of this configuration guide for better voice quallity or enabling VoIP over 3G Internet connection.
Here you can find Nokia E71 SIP settings for voip setup and SIP client configuration guide with VoIPVoIP service.
STEP 1 Go to Tools / Settings / Connection / SIP settings. Create the following profile
Profile Name: VoIPVoIP Service
Profile: IETF Default
Access point: (your WLAN AP name)
Public user name: 5551231234@sip3.voipvoip.com ( Instead of 5551231234 account number example, use the account number assigned to you when signed up for VoIPVoIP service. When recorded your phone will show sip:5551231234@sip3.voipvoip.com )
Use Compression: No
Registration: "Always on "
Use Security: No

STEP 2 You do not need to enter Proxy Server settings
Proxy Server Address: none
Registrar Server:none
Realm: none
User Name: none

STEP 3 Enter the following for Registrar Server settings
Registrar Server: sip3.voipvoip.com (When recorded your phone will show sip:sip3.voipvoip.com)
Realm: voipvoip.com
User Name: 5551231234 (Instead of 5551231234 account number example, use the account number assigned to you when signed up for VoIPVoIP service. )
Password: Enter the password that you chose when you signed up for the service.
Transport Type: UDP
Port: 5060

STEP 4 Go to Tools / Settings / Connection / Internet Tel. Settings
Create a new profile for "voipvoip"(555123xxxx), name it "voipvoip"
Choose "voipvoip" as Preferred profile
STEP 5 For better voice quality or in order to be able to make VoIP calls over 3G internet connection you need to use Nokia SIP VoIP Application you installed.
Go to Applications on your phone and click on "SIP VoIP Settings" application. Choose VoIP services/VoIPVoIP (or the name of your VoIPVoIP account Internet profile.)
Click on "Profile Settings" and find "Allow VoIP over WCDMA" option and change it to "ON" This change allows VoIP over 3G connection on Nokia phones.
For better voice quality go to Codecs and delete all codecs except G729. There should be only G729 codec left under codecs setting
STEP 6 Reboot your phone. Once your phone is back on it will automatically register to VoIPVoIP.
Once it is registered you can start making calls.
Default call type: To switch between normal GSM calls or VOIP calls, navigate to Tools / Settings / Call / Default call type. Select Cellular to make normal calls to the phone number or Internet to use VoIP to call the number or address
Make Calls!
To dial any phone number that is part of the NANP (North American Numbering Plan), you must dial:
1 + Area Code + Phone number
To dial any phone number that is outside of the NANP (North American Numbering Plan), you must dial:
Country Code + City Code + Phone number
For example if you want to call Brazil (country code 55) phone number in Rio de Janeiro (city code 21) you must dial 5521 and phone number. + sign can also be used and number can be dialed as +5521xxxxxxx


BUT RATHER THAN FOLLOWING THESE PLS CALL TO YOUR CUSTOMER CARE THEY WIL GIVE THE SETTINGS. SAVE THEM. THEN FOLLOW THE INSTRUCTIONS. THIS DOES NOT COST ANY COST. PLEASE TRY THIS

Jul 07, 2010 | Nokia E71 Smartphone

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Installed voice over IP phone system today at work and now my winfax connects, sends page 1, but log status says "No acknowlegement received on last attempt" so it keeps retrying to send the fax. It worked...


Make sure your VoIP system has been adjusted for optimum fax transmission. VoIP doesn't do very well with fax, most providers much change the Codec to support fax (eg. t.38 )
http://www.getfaxing.com/winfax

Apr 28, 2010 | Symantec WinFax Pro for PC

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I have a belkin adsl g router model f5d7633-4 will this support voip and g729 codec


Hi,
The router can support voip as long as your ISP provider will allow to pass voip traffic. regarding the g729 codec. it will also allow it as long as your pbx server (or software) can support it.

Dec 23, 2009 | Belkin (F5D5231-4) Router

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Can't access voice tab on WRP400


If your wireless VoIP router was provided by your VoIP provider they will usually lock this option on the router since they have pre-configured the voice settings(sip server, phone number, password, codecs) before they deliver the device to your location. if you have a working internet connection already you can give your VoIP proiver a call so that they can remotely check the voice settings on their end to verify if it's working or not.

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