|Assid||ifconfig should give you that|
|luckyone||KuJaX: ifconfig <iface name>, probably eth0|
|KuJaX||I am setting up QoS with Tomato firmware|
|KuJaX||and I believe it requests MAC instead of IP address|
|luckyone||KuJaX: I don't understand what you are saying|
Assid: you think installing the debs is a good way to get going?
Assid: to get my feet wet anyway?
|Assid||its a decent way to get going.. but nothing like source|
|luckyone||also, best softphone for KDE?|
|drazak||netcrusher88: these people?|
|luckyone||screw it, I will build from source|
I have 64-bit on my asterisk server, I need to take advantage of it
|Assid||ah then source it is|
amd 3400 ?
|netcrusher88||yeah, FWD IAX is up and down like an effin yoyo|
don't feel like reconfiguring it though, so I can deal with the downtime
I should change it on drazak.net though
|netcrusher88||this amuses me for some reason - calling my DID and having it forward right back out to my cell phone|
enough of that
does asterisk have any kind of voice recognition
probebly not yet or in the works.
|markmcq||aptura: Check out www.zoip.org, by SImon Ditner. It uses voice recog in Asterisk...|
|aptura||yea also looking at luminvox|
|markmcq||aptura: He did a demo of Zoip at IT360 last week, using Sphinx for speech recognition ...very cool.|
|aptura||how well did it recognize your voice?|
|markmcq||aptura: very well...however, he was the inventor of zoip...so it may have been trained...check out http://www.voip-info.org/wiki-Sphinx|
aptura: You can go to the zoip webpage and do a demo to see for yourself, as well.
|blitzrage||aptura: luminvox works pretty good|
aptura: actually, no training with sphinx
the way Simon did it anyways
|aptura||blitz I think voice recognition would help for a busy secretary. One of the big issues with past voice recognition software is its ability to diferenciate between different voices. There is one used for BC's Translink and I used it once to look up a buss and route number. WOw was I impressed it was right on the mark and fast.|
|blitzrage||voice recognition is handy on well designed menu systems. It can be faster than listening to the menu, and is easier to remember the syntax for people who call often. For example, the Rogers system is easy because I just remember to say, "Wireless", "Technical Support", "Cellular Phone", "<my_number>" rather than trying to memorize 2,5,3,<my_number_via_dtmf>|