I love the idea of Ubiquiti shaking up the VoIP market, but for those of us that use devices such as Polycom SoundStations in conference rooms, being able to support third party phone devices/end points is a must have in order to be able to deploy successfully.
the UVPs already have the ability to connect to one or more Google accounts at the same time.
Could you please add the possibility to allow different users (each with their own Google accounts etc.), each with different passwords/PINs on the phone, as known from many of the newer Android devices?
I have a couple users complaining about clearing their missed calls list (their phones ring as part of a ring group). Could there be an option to disable the missed call list? They don't check it anyways (voicemail or they won't call you back) so it'd be nice to get it out of their way
I've noticed PJSIP lets you set your own custom SIP user agent when registering out to an ITSP. Please could you make this a setting in the UI?
I think more information on it is here...
Basically the ITSP I need to connect to is very particular about which handsets they want connecting in (ones they sell / support) so it'd be lovely if I can change the user agent to one they expect so it'll connect properly.
When on an existing call using the speakerphone, and a new call comes in, lifting the reciever answers the new call and places the existing call on hold.
An option should be presented to modify the default behavior. We would like that picking up the reciever in this circulmstace to swich the call from speaker to handset.
The phone with Android should look like a cell phone from the station to be solvable. The market of hotel would be open. you could plug with listeners phoning and using the handset then go around like a cordless phone, and work done at.
When a User Calls in and forgets to press a button, it should auto dial an extension, Ex: The Operator. It should also have the ability to repeat the auto attendant x number of times before actually transferring to another extension.
I don't know how costly this would be, or if it's even possible (technically).
But since the USG is also evolving into a small SMB SIP PBX, a lot of installs would benefit of the inclusion of a POTS-gateway.
I understand it is difficult to draw a line... and perhaps there could also be interest in a BRI interface, but I think those are less common these days in smaller installs. (Larger companies often go VoIP all the way, or buy more expensive multi-port BRI gateways)
Would be a great market: people can buy a USG and UVP, plug those in and start using them on their existing land-line, using those "free" minutes and for local calls... They can always add more SIP trunks, add dailing rules, ... to benefit from cheaper long-distance calls.
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