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# 16291 3-Oct-2007 10:42
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Morning All,

We have come to the point where we will be looking for two to three Asterisk testers for our VFX product, so we are looking for some experienced Asterisk users that can help facilitate the testing.

Please note we will cover the VFX line charges for the testing phase but all billable calls placed during the testing phase will be payable by the tester unless there is an agreed issue with the calls we will then incur that cost’s on those.( Local Calls obviously will be free )

We will require the testers that have experience in setting up Asterisk and running debugs, tools such as ngrep and tethereal will be of great assistance during our testing phase if you are familiar with these tools it will be of an advantage.. the testers should be able to supply feedback and be contactable during business hours.. this is perhaps best suited for someone who will be using the trial as a day to day service, as such can I please ask that you express your interest below in the following format:

Asterisk usage/experience and your intent of use for Asterisk/VFX i.e. home business/residential service..
Tools - ngrep/tethereal or any packet capture abilities..
Access Conditions - ADSL, Wired Country, Fibre, Cable etc.
Location - Local Calling Area (you will have to be in our currently covered areas)
Availability - i.e. 8 am to 5 pm etc
Asterisk version - i.e. Trixbox, Asterisk Now etc etc

If you are selected I will contact you via PM, as mentioned above unfortunately this is limited to a few users at this point.. all going well VFX + Asterisk may not be too far away! :)

Thanks




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  # 89233 3-Oct-2007 11:23
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If any one in dunedin has the Asterisks experience required, I have a small business that would gladly provide the testing.

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