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dicko3022
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3/6/2018
dicko3022
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This seems to not be possible, is that by intention?
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bloxsupport1
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3/12/2018
bloxsupport1
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The limitation is in the management FreeBlox GUI tool, it is possible
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markosjal
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7/29/2018
markosjal
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Then maybe it would be better to give us a complete anser , not promote the problematic GUI and provide us some information as to how to do that?


Technically you did answer the question but the answer is incomplete, and you should have elaborated to say how to do this.
edited by markosjal on 7/29/2018
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bloxsupport1
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7/29/2018
bloxsupport1
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@morkosjal: you should read the freeblox GUI license, it is freeware. if you have problem, you post it and get it fixed our support team will co-ordinate.
Now Freeblox freeware license will have limitation, you need to buy license version and you want anything to customize you need pay for it.
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markosjal
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8/2/2018
markosjal
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bloxsupport1 wrote:
@morkosjal: you should read the freeblox GUI license, it is freeware. if you have problem, you post it and get it fixed our support team will co-ordinate.
Now Freeblox freeware license will have limitation, you need to buy license version and you want anything to customize you need pay for it.


Let me start by saying that this product has a lot of potential but I must make the comment that these kinds of non-answers or incomplete answers will not help to make it popular. I do not mean to sound critical but it is almost as if nobody answering really knows .

If you stimulate this forum with information then it grows. If you keep telling people "its freeware... upgrade to paid" and showing the price nowhere and not saying if the paid version has a feature , it is not going to help popularize this product.

You say it "is a limitation of the GUI" , but you do not say what nor where to edit to fix it in text mode. Would it then be overwritten by the FreeBlox GUI later? It would be far better to post this answer one time making it available to all who come here. rather than making me feel I am doing work that feels akin to extracting a tooth from your head to get no answer, and no "coordination". If the answer were posted here once it would simplify things.This user did ask the question and no viable answer is here.

Maybe you should answer whether:
a) does the paid version have this feature
b) what needs to be edited outside of the GUI to make this happen, and what are the ramifications of doing so? Will the GUI then overwite it later?

If there was an answer diectly to the OP , maybe that answer should be posted here too? WHy have a forum and so many un-answered questions? I understand user to user support too, but this is not a product that has been around for a long time from what I can tell and there are probably few "experts" outside of the devs.

chan_sip in asterisk (and others) uses common port for TCP and UDP , making this question very fundamental, and seemingly a huge oversight to not be in the GUI. In many cases it may be a determining factor whether this solution works for a user or not.

if there were documentation for text mode i could go there and configure it I suppose but I find no documentation for text mode

I would PAY for this product if the price were reasonable and if it works better than the freeware vesion but I am convinced of neither as of yet, nor do I see the price nor a feature comparison. I also do not see a comparison of features of free vs paid nor do I know that the product will do ALL that I need. If FreeBlox GUI can not do TCP and UDP on same port without editing text files then why would I pay for it when I NEED TCP & UDP on the same port? If you refer to buying it in one of your appliances that will probably not happen in my case as I need it on my data center server not a local rack. Blox itself appears to be open source so what you seem to be speaking of "paid version" is freeBlox Paid version but that is not really clear either.

Thanks

Mark
edited by markosjal on 8/2/2018
edited by markosjal on 8/2/2018
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