Hourly Rate: $40 - $50 / hr
| Duration: 1-2 weeks
| Posted: Mar 05, 2014 | Ends: 13d, 15h |
Need assistance reviewing two different Avaya IP Office proposals we created. Need to discuss our customer requirements for phone features and then ensure that our proposals have the correct Avaya part numbers for the necessary hardware, software, licensing and warranty. Proposal for customer "Acme Brick" will be as follows. ? Customer has three separate locations, A (main), B and C ? Each location will stay with their existing POTS lines ? Each location will have their own IP500V2 appliance for DR purposes ? Customer wants IP phones (about 20 in A and 10 in each of the other two) ? Customer has their own WAN to provide IP connectivity between locations. Each location has one T1 MPLS (1.5 Mbps up/down). It currently gets saturated a few times a day. Plan is to upgrade 5Mbps. Proposal for customer "Joe's Plumbing" will be as follows. ? Customer has two existing locations, A (main) and B. They are opening a new location C in one month. ? The existing locations, ...
Category: Other IT & Programming
Fixed Price: Not Sure
| Posted: Mar 03, 2014 | Ends: 11d, 17h |
Ready for a challenge? I am need of a Ghostwriter for a project. The preferred candidate / candidates will need to be well diverse in mesh network topology. The goal is to write a book on integration of mesh networks in the city for the use of multi-video sharing (city cams), the pros and cons. Book should be less than 6000 words. Book should mention that other devices, such as cell phones using wireless networks could benefit.
Category: Networking & Security
Hourly Rate: $15 - $20 / hr
| Duration: Not Sure
| Posted: Mar 02, 2014 | Ends: 10d, 17h |
I am looking for someone who has experience with CallFire - [obscured] / Here's the drill - I am trying to set up a phone system so that I can have myself of others call potential contributors or voters for a political campaign. I need help with the physical infrastructure, then with using the CallFire system. The folks at CallFire have been close to useless, yes, why would I use them then, but they have been used by other campaigns here in Seattle and apparently if you can figure out how to set it up then it works fine. I do not want to set up the old fashioned system - multiple phone lines. As I understand it I should be able to have people call via their own wireless phones, and they also should be able to do the calls at home also.
Category: Software Application