Добрый день! MERA II в ответных SIP сообщениях отправляет Max-Forwards: 10. Каким образом можно увеличить это значение?
Добрый день! MERA II в ответных SIP сообщениях отправляет Max-Forwards: 10. Каким образом можно увеличить это значение? MVTS в CDR регулярно задваивает записи. Т.е. например если набрать некий номер через ТФОП, то автоинформатор сообщает. Всем привет, прошу помощи. Есть связка АТС -> isdn Cisco AS5300 sip -> MVTS -> sip абонент. Проблема: при звонках с АТС получаю.
@ Exponential West. October 6-7, 2014. City Movements Forum @ Exponential West.
Программный коммутатор MERA VoIP Transit Softswitch II ( MVTS II) компании MERA Systems реализует единую точку входа в сеть для. Данное описание решения по интеграции продукта компании Mera Networks MVTS с АСР LANBilling предоставлено специалистами компании AlaniaNet.
Hosted by Launch and featuring: Chris Lagerlof (Mission Orange County), Mac Lake (Launch), Kevin Palau (Luis Palau Evangelistic Association), Efrem Smith (World Impact), John Teter (Evangelical Covenant Church) and others. “Movements happen when the body of Christ (disciples) is mobilized to transform society, when the Church is on the grid of society and when the Church collaborates around mission.
” –Chris Lagerlof, Mission Orange County Executive Catalyst and leader of the City Movements Forum @ Exponential West. Too often pastors ask the question, “how do I grow my church?” instead of, “how do we transform our city.
” 2 Samuel 10:12 encourages us, “ to fight bravely for our people and the cities of our God. ” Paul writes letters to the Church in cities, not a specific church–but the Church. Jesus sends out 72 to focus on towns and cities.
Cities matter to God. As leaders, we have to be intentional and unite on mission. City transformation requires us to shift our focus to impact our cities–which are becoming younger, urban and more ethnic. We have to plant churches that reflect our city’s culture and needs. We need better strategies to plant churches and missional communities that actually reach people and transform geographics. The only way we will see cities transformed is when the Church is mobilized and multiplied to impact every man, woman and child that call our cities home. Only churches that think this way will grow and have future impact.
In this Forum focusing on City Movements, you’ll gather with other urban + city movement leaders to learn together and share stories, insights and best practices for creating and leading a culture of city movement. We believe you’ll be inspired and challenged, and will come away with a bigger picture of your city and equipped to either launch a collaborative movement in your city or continue to build on what you’ve already started. Key tensions we’ll be exploring:. What’s unique about a city-centric approach? We’ll look at the models and strategy for city-centric movements, and why clarity is critical to accomplish your objectives and goals. Your focus will determine your strategy and impact in your city and geography.
What does true Kingdom collaboration look like? How do we connect across denominational and network lines? We’ll explore the difference between networks, partnership and collaboration AND ask the hard questions to understand how they all work together in a Kingdom framework. How do we build intentionally for diversity? What do we need to know about fostering churches and movements that mirror the people in our cities and engages their unique dreams and needs? And why it matters. How do you lead a movement that is financially sustainable? We want to get honest about the need to find strategies and new models that aren’t dollar-driven but rather disciples-driven. We’ll look for, and at, different models of sustainability. What are the essentials and non-negotiables for a real city movement and multiplication? Let’s make sure we understand the keys to launching and building a city movement that thrives.
How do we develop ecosystems that last and strategies where real city transformation happens? We want to come away understanding–or asking questions to discover–the “3rd dimension” of our city. Come hear from practitioners and experts who are facing and navigating these key tensions–leaders who are catalyzing movements and seeing results. These leaders are passionate, their fervor contagious. We want every participant to leave with new and renewed passion as they fight for their cities. Monday, October 6, 1 p.
to 5 p.
through. Tuesday, October 7, 8:30 a. to 11:30 a.
(before Exponential West kicks off on Tuesday at 12:30 p. Saddleback Church Campus.