[nSLUG] Polycom vvx 150

Will Haggerty will at haggerty.co
Fri Dec 18 22:28:36 AST 2020

No sweat. It has been a long time since I have gone to a meeting due to
work scheduling conflicts. I have been following the mailing list for a
number of years though.

Boxes shouldn't be much of an issue, I am always going through cardboard
due to my work, The packing material may be more difficult.

I have not toyed with bare asterisk, I run my own FreePBX instance for my
business, have a couple Sangoma & Yealinks in my collection that I toy with.

(Missed the mailing list with my last message)

Will Haggerty

On Fri, Dec 18, 2020 at 10:54 AM Znoteer <znoteer at mailbox.org> wrote:

> Hi Will and all,
> I'm a lurker currently from Montreal[1] so you've never seen me at a
> meeting
> (though I have been hanging around with the <cough> crowd </cough> (there
> have been from 1 to 3 other people online with me since I started signing
> in
> to the channel) in #nslug on IRC.
> I'm putting myself in dream mode .oO(Maybe after the NS gang has a go at
> the
> lot there will be leftover and Will will be favourable to throwing a couple
> in a box for Canada Post after having received adequate and verified
> compensation...)
> I run an Asterisk instance at home.  At the moment I'm using analog phones
> with a Digium daughter card that has modules for two phones and one POTS
> line.  (I never populated the 4th slot on the card.) It'd be fun to play
> with some IP phones.
> I am aware this is a bit far out and may sound a bit risky since you don't
> know me, plus I realize there is considerable less appeal to finding a box,
> packing the phones, addressing it properly and going and waiting in line at
> Canada Post than to showing up to a meeting and letting everyone take what
> they want, but like I said, I'm in dream mode, so I won't be offended if
> this is impossible.  :)
> Thanks,
> --
> Znoteer
> znoteer at mailbox.org
> "Twas the night before Christmas when all through the house...
> "Znoteer was nestled all snug in his bed,
> "While visions of Polycoms danced in his head..." :D
> [1] My first LUG was VLUG in Victoria.  Then I moved to Vancouver and
> started hanging out with VanLUG while staying subscribed to VLUG.  At some
> point along the way after that something happened to LUGs and they started
> disappearing.  As a perpetual noob always seeking help, this was alarming.
> I started signing up to Canadian LUG mailing lists whenever I discovered a
> new one :)
> In 2017 I started to volunteer with the local committee organizing
> DebConf17
> which was held in Montreal.  One of my tasks was reaching out to Canadian
> Linux geeks, so I went searching and managed to discover a couple more LUGs
> surviving still in Canada.
> And, that, ladies and gentlemen, is the footnote about how I ended up
> subscribed to your mailing list.
> On Fri, Dec 18, 2020 at 08:28:37AM -0400, Will Haggerty wrote:
> > Hey gang,
> >
> > I just got a lot of 10 polycom vvx 150 phones, thought I might ask if
> there
> > is anyone who might be toying with pbx at home who needs a phone or two.
> >
> > Will Haggerty
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