Operator Connect is now available through the Teams admin portal. With the Operator Connect it is possible to select one of the available PSTN provider to get phone numbers from different countries. Each provider like Pure IP, German Telekom, TATA, offer phone numbers and service for a range of countries.
If you select one of these provider you can get more details with selecting “offer details
Or you select your preferred provider direct.
I have select PureIP as my preferred provider and only Germany for PSTN phone numbers
I have now to wait for the direct contact of PureIP and I will find PureIP under “My Provider”.
I will continue these article, if I get the additional information fromPureIP.
If you migrate form Skype or another software client to Microsoft Teams Voice, you should disable the call control through your headset device configuration. Through the migration you will use both software client at the same time for different functions like, chat, voice and online meeting.
I use a Jabra Headset, you can use the Jabra Direct to control your headset and disable “Call control with softphone”
If this feature is activated on your headset, calls will be droppt if you leave the call on one of your softphone clients!
The Microsoft Teams Admin Center shows all configured Session Border Controllers (SBC) for Direct Routing. You will find detailed infomation about CONCURRENT CALLS, NETWORK PARAMETERS, NETWORK EFFECTIVENESS.
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Sometimes I will use wildcard certificate for my Audiocodes SBC. If I want to use the SBC for several different VoIP function, I need more than one common name (CN) and have to add subject alternate names (SAN).
For me it is easier to use a wilcard certificate instead.
If I order a wildcard certificate from my certifictae provider Digicert, I will get the certificate as PFX format.
I could not direct import this certificate to the Audiocodes SBC, because I have to split the certificate and the private key for the import.
I use OpenSSL to split the certificate and the private key. More information about Openssl could be found here: https://www.openssl.org/
The windows version could be download from here: https://wiki.openssl.org/index.php/Binaries
I take the file from Digicert (e.g. cert.pfx) and copy it to a system where I have OpenSSL installed. Note: the *.pfx file is in PKCS#12 format and includes both the certificate and the private key.
1.Run the following command to export the private key: