One Way Audio nano-bts
stuart at bluewave.im
Sun Apr 11 13:59:40 CEST 2010
No SSL cert required here, just type the nanoBTS ip into your browser over standard HTTP. Brings up a link to two pages showing NVRAM settings.
Yes, if you reverse roles of the handsets it stays the same i.e. the called party can never here the caller.
On 11 Apr 2010, at 12:55, Sylvain Munaut wrote:
> On Sun, Apr 11, 2010 at 1:51 PM, Stuart Baggs <stuart at bluewave.im> wrote:
>> Yes, I have a copy of the ip.access nanoBTS installer software for windows. You simply enable it in the NVRAM settings.
> I enabled it but it apperently needs a client HTTP SSL certificate.
> Can you set it as well with the intaller software ?
> For you issue:
> * what's you sw version exactly ?
> * if you reverse the role of caller / callee, does it reverse who can
> hear who ? (to know if it's a direction problem or a handset problem)
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