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Killexams : How Do I Change the DN Program Mode on a Nortel Phone System?

Many businesses, from large corporations to small companies, use Nortel phone systems. An administrator is tasked with updating the programming for the phone system. To do this, the administrator must have the administrator programming code and password, and, by default, these two numbers are the same. However, the administrator may change the password by reprogramming a new one into the system. A Nortel “DN” is the directory number for the line. In the Nortel phone system, the directory number is equivalent to the extension number assigned to the line. You can change the DN number from the extension’s phone.

  1. Check to ensure that no calls are on hold or coming in for the line. It is best to use programming mode only at times when call volume is low.

  2. Press the “Asterisk” (*) button twice on the phone’s keypad.

  3. Key in the administrator programming code. This code for the Nortel Meridian and BCM systems is “266344.” The code may vary with other systems. Locate this code in the service manual for the phone system.

  4. Key in the default password, if it has not been changed. The default password for the Nortel Meridian and BCM phone system is “266344.”

  5. Press the “Next” button five times. The phone will display “System Programming.”

  6. Press the “Show” button. The phrase “Hunt Groups” will appear on the display.

  7. Press the “Next” button. The phrase “Change DNs” will appear on the display.

  8. Press the “Show” button. The phrase “Old DN” statement will appear, along with a blank line.

  9. Key in the Old DN for the phone. The “New DN:” statement will display.

  10. Key in the new DN for the line. The display will show the phrase “Old DN > New DN.”

  11. Press the “Release” button to save the changes.

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Killexams : iAcuity in talks with telecom carriers for secured connectivity
iAcuity in talks with telecom carriers for secured connectivity
NEW DELHI: Homegrown telecom software firm iAcuity Telco said that it is in discussions with private telecom service providers to offer secured connectivity solutions to overcome frauds as telcos roll out fifth generation or 5G networks in the country.

"We are in process of engaging with private operators for our 5G enabled products," Ajay Batheja, chief executive, iAcuity Telco told ETTelecom.

The Mumbai-based company currently works with state-run Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL) and Mahanagar Telephone Nigam Limited (MTNL), and has already partnered with network vendors such as Ericsson, Nokia and Nortel, as well as system integrators including IBM and Tech Mahindra.

Batheja said that a private 5G network offers an opportunity for the domestic company that deploys iSDConnect, a software-defined wide area network (SD-WAN) platform for telco and enterprise networks.

The company, according to him, provides a solution that brings agility and improved performance by decoupling the network from hardware, allowing easy-to-manage remote networks while providing high security and constant monitoring.

Telecom operators particularly Reliance Jio and Bharti Airtel have deployed 5G network in select cities, and are expected to expand nationwide within the next two years.

With the onset of 5G-led technologies such as artificial intelligence (AI) and Internet of Things (IoT), the network security concerns including telecom-related frauds have heightened.

Meanwhile, the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (Trai) has implemented blockchain or Distributed Ledger Technology to curb pesky or fraudulent calls and messages.

"This is a network-as-a-service partnership that includes managed services, hardware and security for the global marketplace," executive vice president and CEO of Verizon Business, Sowmyanarayan Sampath told ETTelecom.


Some of the prominent deceptive acts reported in the telecom sector include SIM box fraud, identity theft, PBX hacking, and international revenue share fraud (IRSF). The international revenue share fraud (IRSF) incurred a loss of $6.69 billion, traffic pumping ($4.54 billion), call back schemes ($2.23), and SMS phishing or subscription fraud ($2.03 billion) worldwide, according to the 2021 finding by the Communications Fraud Control Association (CFCA).

The company, according to the top executive, designs domain-specific solutions by collecting, filtering, curating and analysing a huge volume of data to provide insights that can transform telco operations, reduce fraud, and maximize revenue.

Formerly known as Xalted Information Systems, the company founded in 2001, offers network intelligence, lawful interception, fraud management, and revenue assurance services.

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Killexams : IP telephony

The two-way transmission of voice over a packet-switched IP network, which is part of the TCP/IP protocol suite. The terms "IP telephony" and "voice over IP" (VoIP) are synonymous. However, the term VoIP is widely used for the actual services offered (see VoIP for details), while IP telephony often refers to the technology behind it. In addition, IP telephony is an umbrella term for all real-time applications over IP, including voice over instant messaging (IM) and videoconferencing. See TCP/IP.

Starting in the late 1990s, the Internet and its TCP/IP protocol suite began to turn the data communications and telephone industry upside down. IP became the universal transport for data and video communications worldwide, and it is increasingly becoming the infrastructure for voice traffic as well. Today, every communications carrier has built or is using an IP backbone for some or all of its voice services. In addition, large enterprises are either already using IP for some amount of internal voice traffic or have plans to do so.

Data Over Voice Became Voice Over Data

Starting in the 1960s, data was transmitted over analog telephone networks, and by the late 1980s, data routinely traveled over digital voice circuits. By the 1990s, the majority of worldwide communications traffic had changed from voice to data, and as IP networks began to flourish, the economics of using IP for voice began to emerge.

Although the backbone of the global telephone network had been converted to digital for some time, the circuit-switched nature of the public switched telephone network (PSTN) is wasteful. Even though one person talks and the other listens, both "to" and "from" channels are always dedicated. In addition, newer voice codecs cut the digital requirement from the traditional 64 Kbps (PCM) down to 8 Kbps with respectable quality. Thus, the bandwidth requirement for voice on an IP network is 1/16th that of the PSTN's dedicated, digital circuits.

Varying Quality

Starting in the mid-1990s, advertiser-supported, free telephone service from PC to PC or between phones and PCs using the Internet became popular, especially for international calls. Call quality over the Internet can be erratic because the Internet provides no guarantee of quality of service (QoS). However, when an organization has control over its network, quality can be excellent. Private enterprises with their own IP networks, as well as major telcos and IP telephony carriers that have developed IP backbones, can provide voice quality that competes with the traditional PSTN.

Transport and Signaling

IP telephony uses two protocols: one for transport and another for signaling. Transport is provided by UDP over IP for voice packets and either UDP or TCP over IP for signals. Signaling commands that establish and terminate the call as well as provide special features such as call forwarding, call waiting and conference calling are defined in a signaling protocol such as SIP, H.323, MGCP or MEGACO (see IP telephony signaling protocol).

The integration of packet-switched IP with the traditional SS7-based telephone system was a complex undertaking with numerous protocols competing for attention. See ITXC and IP on Everything.

Integrating IP Telephony with the PSTN This shows the interaction between the traditional telco system and IP carriers, which are often one and the same. Note the difference between voice packets (blue lines) and signaling (red lines). (Illustration assistance courtesy of GNP Computers and Pulver.com.) Not Quite IP Telephony We can be certain that they didn't have the IP protocol in mind when they set up this telephone switchboard in 1882. It was used to switch phone calls between all the lawyers in Richmond, Virginia. (Image courtesy of AT&T.)
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Killexams : Address and Telephone Information

The Saint Louis University mail center is located on the lower level of Busch Student Center. When you arrive on campus, you will receive a mailbox number and a key for your mailbox. All mail and packages should be sent to:

Busch Student Center
(Your Name as it appears on your SLU account)
MSC (mailbox number)
20 N. Grand Blvd.
St. Louis, MO 63103-2005

All mail should be addressed using your name as it appears on your SLU account. Your name should appear in typical American style (given name before family name) and should not include a nickname or home name. When you receive a package, the mail center will notify you via email.

The mail center is also able to send letters and packages. The U.S. Postal Service can help you calculate rates  for letters and packages.

Other shipping and express mail services are avail­able from the following companies:

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Killexams : Nortel alum-turned-mystery novelist combines her tech and writing background with Fictionary

Fictionary co-founder and CEO Kristina Stanley has worked in a wide variety of different jobs, from manager of broadband planning at Nortel to the director of employee, safety, and guest services for an Eastern British Columbia ski resort, to author of mystery novels.

But one of Stanley’s most difficult jobs was figuring out how to edit her own manuscripts while writing The Stone Mountain Mystery Series. As she told BetaKit in an interview, “it’s really, really difficult to edit a book from a story level. You’ve got thousands and thousands of elements that you have to keep track of and make them work together.”

“We’re trying to help the average person who doesn’t have an ‘in’ in the publishing industry get a really good book out there, get an agent, or get a publisher.”
-Kristina Stanley, Fictionary
 

Initially, Stanley tackled this problem using a combination of Microsoft Excel spreadsheets and graphs. But she soon realized that other authors likely faced the exact same issue, and set out to build a better way by combining her tech and writing background.

Today, Stanley’s software startup Fictionary aims to offer an alternative. Amid a wide field of solutions that help writers and editors with specific parts of the process, like spelling, grammar, style, structure, and publishing, Fictionary hones in on perhaps the most important and challenging part: producing a good story.

Fuelled by $1.8 million CAD in seed funding, Fictionary aims to help writers and editors around the world produce quality stories more quickly and affordably. With this capital, the Inverary, Ontario startup, based just north of Kingston, plans to move into non-fiction and start selling to other publishers and agencies to expand its community of users.

The startup’s all-equity round, which closed in September, was co-led by StandUp Ventures and BDC Capital’s Thrive Venture Fund, with support from The51 and a group of angels that includes Women’s Equity Lab general partner Sally Morris. For newly launched Thrive, Fictionary marks the fund’s third investment to date, after investing in Acerta and Private AI.

Stanley founded Fictionary in 2016 alongside her husband, Mathew (COO), who also previously worked at Nortel and has a background in tech, and her brother, Michael Conn, Fictionary’s former CTO, who has since left the company.

Initially, Fictionary focused solely on writers, before expanding to meet demand for a similar offering from editors. Today, Fictionary offers three subscription software products for writers and editors that range in price from $19 to $49 monthly, sells online courses, and provides a community for writers and editors to connect.

Fictionary’s software helps writers visualize their story arc by analyzing key story elements with artificial intelligence (AI) and gauging how their manuscript compares to fundamental storytelling components.

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“We’re trying to help the average person who doesn’t have an ‘in’ in the publishing industry get a really good book out there, get an agent, or get a publisher,” said Stanley.

On the editor side of the equation, the company claims its offering enables editors to provide better, deeper story edits in less time, increasing the quality and profitability of editors’ services.

The writing and editing software space features a ton of players, from Grammarly to Scrivener, Novel Factory, and Canada’s Wattpad. According to Stanley, Fictionary is unique within the sectors in terms of its focus on storytelling elements and its use of AI. “We’re it right now as far as, there’s an automated way to do this, and have software for it,” said Stanley.

“While there are other platforms endeavoring to address this gap in the market, there doesn’t appear to be a single player who is able to look at the writing and editing process in a comprehensive and meaningful way, which puts Fictionary at a sizeable advantage to lead the charge and expand into new markets and segments,” Michelle Scarborough, managing partner of BDC Capital’s Thrive Venture Fund, told BetaKit.

RELATED: StandUp Ventures reveals second fund dedicated to women-led startups with $30 million first close

Fictionary previously secured $100,000 in grant funding from Creative BC and raised $245,000 in pre-seed funding in 2019 from a group of angels that included Shopify co-founder Scott Lake, Stephanie Andrew of Women’s Equity Lab, and FirstEditing founder and CEO JoEllen Taylor.

According to Stanley, following that pre-seed round, Fictionary reached breakeven cash flow and had to decide whether to keep going on its current track or set its sights higher.

Following some discussions with StandUp Ventures, Fictionary decided to embark on a new chapter and raise more venture capital to tackle the opportunity it sees in this space amid the rise of self-publishing. “We have a great product, we’ve got product-market fit, we’ve got a market, so let’s just go for it,” said Stanley.

“The love for the product Fictionary users articulate so regularly is rare, and indicative of the power and impact the tool brings to its customers,” said StandUp Ventures senior associate Lucas Perlman, who is joining Fictionary’s board as part of the round. “The self-publishing world has exploded, and we believe Fictionary is poised to become a de-facto part of the story writing toolkit for writers and editors around the globe.”

RELATED: Wattpad’s new leader is focused on creator value

For her part, Scarborough said the Thrive Venture Fund sees “a sizeable opportunity [for Fictionary] in the fast-growing creator economy space—a market with many dimensions—within writing and editing, screenwriting, non-fiction, and beyond.”

To date, Fictionary has focused entirely on fiction but Stanley said the startup’s roadmap includes moving into non-fiction, where the CEO sees plenty of potential to apply its tech to helping people tell their own life stories. Fictionary also sees an opportunity to help agencies and publishers clear the slush pile of submitted manuscripts.

As it looks to build out its own community of writers and editors, Fictionary follows in the footsteps of Wattpad, which parlayed its vibrant self-publishing community of writers and readers—and the content produced by them—into a $754 million CAD acquisition last year.

After discussions with StandUp, Fictionary decided to embark on a new chapter.

“Wattpad is very inspirational for us,” said Stanley. “They are different in the sense that people write their stories in the community, where we help writers take those stories and turn them into powerful stories readers love. Their community is a great lead-in to Fictionary for writers needing to edit their stories.”

As the startup charts its growth strategy amid an uncertain economic environment, Stanley is confident that Fictionary is well-positioned to grow during this period, noting that people tend to write more when they are stressed. Back when COVID-19 first hit and everyone was cooped up, the CEO said people begin writing more, and demand for Fictionary rose. Heading into what could be a deep downturn, Stanley believes Fictionary is in a good spot given that it offers a tool to help people do their passion without spending a lot of money.

What Perlman finds most exciting is the appreciation Fictionary’s customers have for the startup’s product, noting that writers “pour countless hours into their stories and writing books is an emotional and very personal thing to take on.”

“Fictionary has removed a major hurdle that stopped these creators from bringing their stories into the world,” Perlman told BetaKit. “The impact of that really comes through when you speak to their customers and see feedback from their community.”

Feature image courtesy Fictionary.

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Killexams : What is scam baiting and how are others using it to help protect you from telephone schemes?

Friday, November 25, 2022

Rose Okumura is a voice actor and a content creator. Now she's using her skills to turn to the tables on annoying telephone scammers.

It's called scam baiting, which Collins English Dictionary defines as the "practice of pretending to fall for fraudulent online or telephone schemes in order to waste the time of the perpetrators."

"My mom actually fell victim to a pop-up scam on her computer where it says, you know, you have a virus, call this number," Okumura recalled. "And then for the low, low, amazing special rate of $499 you get a lifetime subscription to the service and none of it was real."

So Okumura alerted her mother's bank to stop the charge and called the scammer back.

"I decided to just keep the scammer on for as long as possible so that they didn't have time to call anyone else," she explained.

Since then, Okumura has become a full-blown internet vigilante. She says she's proud to be a part of the growing scambaiting community online and will continue to waste scammers' time and resources as much as she can.

"It feels good at the end of the day to bring that sort of awareness and happiness and comedy to different people," Okumura said.

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