www.homeseer.com    
 

Go Back   HomeSeer Message Board > Telephone,Text and Email Plug-ins > Telephone,Text and Email Integration Discussion

Reply
 
Thread Tools Display Modes
  #1  
Old February 13th, 2014, 10:35 AM
donstephens's Avatar
donstephens donstephens is offline
OverSeer
 
Join Date: Dec 2001
Location: Hamilton, MT
Posts: 2,791
For you with high end Cisco phones

Just got notice of this, don't know anything about it.

http://sourceforge.net/projects/ipphonexml/files/Beta/
__________________
Don
Reply With Quote
  #2  
Old February 13th, 2014, 11:01 AM
thymer thymer is offline
Seer Master
 
Join Date: Jun 2001
Location: Virginia
Posts: 586
That's cool! Migrated to a asterisk/Cisco 7945 environment last year. Phones are very cool, not for the faint of heart though.
__________________
HS3 Prod - Win10 - DSC - HVAC-GC-TBZ48 x3 - CurrentCost - BLRadar - RFXCOM/FRXTRX433 -ADIO - HSTOUCH - BLUPS - AB8SS - SONOS - Alexa - 1 wire - BlueIris -MyQ
Reply With Quote
  #3  
Old February 13th, 2014, 10:12 PM
donstephens's Avatar
donstephens donstephens is offline
OverSeer
 
Join Date: Dec 2001
Location: Hamilton, MT
Posts: 2,791
No kidding. Felt the water and then pulled my toe out.
Reply With Quote
  #4  
Old February 14th, 2014, 06:23 AM
reidfo's Avatar
reidfo reidfo is offline
Seer Master
 
Join Date: May 2006
Location: Near Galveston, TX
Posts: 1,342
Still not for the faint of heart if you don't have a provisioning server, but check out the Polycom VVX phones. They're way cheaper than Cisco and work with any SIP PBX. Newer Cisco phones only work with CallManager.
__________________
HS Pro 3.0 | Linux Ubuntu 16.04 x64 virtualized under Proxmox (KVM)
Hardware: Z-NET - W800 Serial - Digi PortServer TS/8 and TS/16 serial to Ethernet - Insteon PLM - RFXCOM - X10 Wireless
Plugins: HSTouch iOS and Android, RFXCOM, BlueIris, BLLock, BLDSC, BLRF, Insteon PLM (MNSandler), Device History, Ecobee, BLRing, Kodi, UltraWeatherWU3
Second home: Zee S2 with Z-Wave, CT101 Z-Wave Thermostat, Aeotec Z-Wave microswitches, HSM200 occupancy sensor, Ecolink Z-Wave door sensors, STI Driveway Monitor interfaced to Zee S2 GPIO pins.
Reply With Quote
  #5  
Old February 14th, 2014, 07:17 AM
Pete's Avatar
Pete Pete is offline
OverSeer
 
Join Date: Jan 2001
Location: House
Posts: 15,430
Unrelated to Cisco / Callmanager.....

This phone is the same Openframe DECT phone that I have been playing with. It was relabeled by Cisco and used a "cloud" managed Cisco Call center. The service / system sold was some $200-300 and a monthly of some $50 per month including internet services.



Here I am playing with an Openframe 2.0 (7) that was also being sold as an Avaya phone center with DECT phones. The direction here is to make it a soft phone for utilizing Asterisk. (it was also being tested by Cisco, AT&T and Verizon in this country). It was sold in the EU by Telio and South America. You don't need to utilize DECT phones with it. I have run soft phones and they work just fine with the built in speaker and microphone in it. It was well ahead of its time.

I have the included DECT phones and they are very mobile phone looking with connectivity to the original Avaya OS which was Linux. The phones do have some remote features to the DECT PBX IP phone stuff on the Openframe.

I do have HSTouch running just fine on this box.

This box also includes a videophone port and does do video streaming. There is a small port on the top of the device for a videophone.

Additionally it has a zigbee energy chip, Gb LAN, Bluetooth, wireless and a GSM SIM chip plus circuits for use of GSM.

Completing this endeavor would provide me with a mini table top tablet running HSTouch and a DECT IP phone. I do have streaming live and recorded video on it running XBMC and it does well with Squeezeplayer. Testing HSTouch with buttons to XBMC and Squeezeplayer. The phone stuff / zigbee would be icing on the cake.

BTW Don; that Openframe you got is one of those units. It was a beta device and Cisco also was selling it as a softphone with DECT phone connectivity. AT&T and Verizon were also selling it. The "call manager" was in the "cloud". It is an Intel Atom based motherboard with an almost mobile phone embedded OS on it. Need to "crack" the DECT phone chip stuff still. I mean it works but I can't get it to work in Ubuntu 12.10 right now. I can talk to the zigbee chip though. The O2 Joggler was a simpler design of the same board. I have one Openframe 7 test unit stripped of the chips (desoldered) and labeled O2. Keeping it for now as a museum piece.

The OS you see in the pictures is based in Linux with flash widgets and connectivity to the cloud. Openframe has "opened" up and provided us with the core OS and development API to utilize on the Joggler Forum. It was very nice of them to do this.

Many of the telco vendors selling the device just shut it off and turned the devices into bricks when the service was no longer available.

The only real different in the two pictured models was the speaker placement. The larger model also includes a CMOS clock battery and a mini PCIE slot which provides a bit more than the smaller model with the same features. I have some 15 of these running XP now with HSTouch on a custom almost embedded XPE and a corebios versus the stock EFI bios. I am also playing with a custom rEFI bios which lets you choose multiple operating systems; IE: Windows, Android, Linux and Openframe core BIOS. Works fine but you have to utilize a keyboard to choose the OS instead of touch.



__________________
- Pete

Automator

HS3 Pro & Lite Edition Beta 3.0.0.4449

HS3 Wintel Touch | Ubuntu 16.04 64 bit | Oracle Windows Virtual Box ==> for Wintel only SAPI and HS3 plugins | Speech - Microsoft SAPI - Neospeech - Amazon Echo | Hardware | Haswell Intel iSeries 3 - 16Gb | Pine64 - 2Gb computers | Openpeak Intel Atom SoC tabletop touchscreens (15 HS tabletop tablets) | Touchscreens - Windows embedded POE connected |Light switches - X10,UPB, ZWave and Zigbee | Firewall - PFSense - 2 WAN plus 4 LAN interfaces | Network - Gb managed switches / POE WAP(s) | CCTV - Zoneminder IPHD cams - variety | Audio - Russound - AB8SS | Security - Leviton HAI Omni Pro 2 | Weather - Davis Vantage Vue - MeteoStick - WeeWx | 1-Wire - AAG, Midon and HB | OWFS - Mosquitto - Node Red - Python - RPi Stretch - OpenWRT

Last edited by Pete; February 14th, 2014 at 08:36 AM.
Reply With Quote
  #6  
Old February 14th, 2014, 09:53 AM
donstephens's Avatar
donstephens donstephens is offline
OverSeer
 
Join Date: Dec 2001
Location: Hamilton, MT
Posts: 2,791
Wow. That is interesting. Can't wait to play with it.

Thanks Pete.
Reply With Quote
  #7  
Old February 14th, 2014, 11:53 AM
Pete's Avatar
Pete Pete is offline
OverSeer
 
Join Date: Jan 2001
Location: House
Posts: 15,430
Yup lately its been learning to talk to the DECT chip. That said it has a heat sink shield on it and difficult to find out which chip that they used.

For whatever reason I cannot find anything lately on the "net" relating playing with the DECT chip even though I can get it to work and it does talk to the phone pictured above.
Reply With Quote
Reply

Bookmarks

Thread Tools
Display Modes

Posting Rules
You may not post new threads
You may not post replies
You may not post attachments
You may not edit your posts

BB code is On
Smilies are On
[IMG] code is On
HTML code is Off

Forum Jump

Similar Threads
Thread Thread Starter Forum Replies Last Post
Cisco IOS Support beerygaz BLRouterMonitor (3P) 14 November 18th, 2013 03:18 AM
Cisco WVC210 MdeMan HomeSeer NetCam Plug-in 1 December 16th, 2010 03:59 PM
SIP Connector and Cisco CME mterry63 SIP Connector 7 August 5th, 2009 10:43 AM
DTMF Help with Cisco CME beerygaz SIP Connector 12 June 4th, 2009 04:13 AM
No Audio with Cisco CME chrkov SIP Connector 1 February 5th, 2009 12:42 PM


All times are GMT -4. The time now is 04:31 PM.


Copyright HomeSeer Technologies, LLC