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Pretty big news . . .



That includes Freephoneline!
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Webslinger wrote:
Nov 24th, 2017 6:25 am


Having problems with SIP Scanners? Is your phone ringing constantly with caller ids that appear as 1001, 999, etc. Bots/crackers/scammers are looking (scanning ports) for ways to break into your services and devices.


1. Are you port forwarding from the router to the ATA or using DMZ? Let's not do that unless you have no other choice. Disable any port forwarding in the router to the ATA, especially UDP port 5060. If you find disabling port forwarding creates 1-way audio issues (or other weird problems), try disabling SIP ALG in your router.

2. If you used the OBitalk web portal to configure your ATA, you need to continue using www.obitalk.com for now. Enter the expert menu (advanced configuration; it's an "E" icon). Otherwise, dial ***1, and enter the IP you're told into your web browser.

If you used the Obitalk web portal (www.obitalk.com) to configure your ATA, keep in mind that you must continue using it to configure your ATA. Otherwise whatever settings you change will eventually be overwritten by what you previously entered at obitalk.com anyway. If you wish to disable this behaviour, dial ***1. Enter that IP address into a web browser. Navigate to System Management-->OBiTalk Provisioning-->select Disabled for the method. Save. Reboot ATA. Now obitalk.com won't overwrite whatever changes you make via the device's interface (via IP address).

Pick one method (obitalk.com) or the other (IP address of device) for changing device settings. But do not use both methods. Keep in mind that activating Google Voice requires using the Obitalk.com web portal.

3. Navigate to Voice Services-->SP(service you're using) Service-->X_UserAgentPort
Change this to something between 30000 and 60000

(In the Obitalk.com Portal, uncheck both device default and obitalk settings boxes to enter in your own settings).

(Submit/save and reboot ATA)

For OBi100 and OBi110

4. Create a white list of authorized IP addresses of the SIP servers you're using (and want to connect with your OBi ATA):
Service Providers>ITSP Profile (service you're using) >SIP>X_AccessList (enter valid SIP server IP addresses).

voip.freephoneline.ca is 208.65.240.44, for example.
voip2.freephoneline.ca is 162.213.111.22
voip4.freephoneline.ca is 162.213.111.21

toronto.voip.ms is 184.75.215.106.

Separate SIP server IP addresses that you use with this ITSP Service profile with commas in X_AccessList. Basically, you need to know what the IP addresses are of the SIP servers you're using for this particular VoIP service (and not for every single VoIP provider you use in general) on this particular ITSP Profile.


(submit/save and reboot ATA)


5. Stick/Add {>('yourauthusernamegoeshere'):ph} in your inbound call route. Voice Services-->SP(service you're using)-->X_InboundCallRoute
Use Oleg's method: http://www.obitalk.com/forum/index.php?topic=5467.0 (step 4 from that link)

If you don't know what yourauthusername is, navigate to Voice Services-->SP(service you're using) -->SIP Credentials-->AuthUserName

Here's an example of what an X_InboundCallRoute might look like with that part added:

{(MTelemarketers):},{>('yourauthusernamegoeshere'):ph}


The first section can be whatever you currently have in X_InboundCallRoute. The bolded part is what you need to add.

(submit/save and reboot ATA)


For OBi200 and OBi202 steps 4 and 5 are a lot simpler:

4. Enable X_AcceptSipFromRegistrarOnly to accept inbound SIP requests only if they came from the same IP address of the current Registered proxy (found under Voice Services > SP(service you're using) Service-->SP Service)
If you're using Callcentric (ITSP service provider) with a secondary registration, don't do step 4 with an OBi200/202.

Note that unless your ATA is registered with voip.freephoneline.ca, Fongo Mobile calls to your Freephoneline phone number will be dropped straight to voicemail if X_AcceptSipFromRegistrarOnly is enabled. Fongo Mobile calls to Freephoneline phone numbers are SIP URI calls.


5. Remember: if you used the OBitalk web portal to configure your ATA, you need to continue using www.obitalk.com for now. Enable X_EnforceRequestUserID to accept SIP invite requests only if the request userid matches AuthUserName or X_ContactUserID (found under Voice Services > SP(service you're using) Service-->SIP Credentials)

(submit/save and reboot ATA)

The combination of steps 4 and 5 will stop sip scanner calls completely. But nothing beats a good firewall.



Having problems with Telemarketers?

For Freephoneline, Follow Me in your Freephoneline web portal must be disabled (unless you route MTelemarketers somewhere where the call is picked up immediately) for call blocking via your Obihai ATA to work. Login at https://www.freephoneline.ca/followMeSettings and check your Follow Me settings.

To learn about MTelemarketers (above) and blocking Telemarketers, visit http://www.toao.net/503-blocking-telema ... an-obi-ata
(this part is unrelated to stopping sip scanners). Good guide. Note that user defined digitmaps are limited to 511 characters.

If you have an OBi200 or OBi202, you can also navigate to Voice Services-->SP (service you're using)-->Calling Features-->X_BlockedCallers
You can enter 10 phone numbers, separated by commas, that you want to block per SP.


A. If you used the Obitalk web portal (www.obitalk.com) to configure your ATA, keep in mind that you must continue using it to configure your ATA. Otherwise whatever settings you change will eventually be overwritten by what you previously entered at obitalk.com anyway. If you wish to disable this behaviour, dial ***1. Enter that IP address into a web browser. Navigate to System Management-->OBiTalk Provisioning-->select Disabled for the method. Save. Reboot ATA. Now obitalk.com won't overwrite whatever changes you make via the device's interface (via IP address).

Pick one method (obitalk.com) or the other (IP address of device) for changing device settings. But do not use both methods. Keep in mind that activating Google Voice requires using the Obitalk.com web portal.


B. Navigate to Voice Services-->SP(voipservice) Service-->X_InboundCallRoute

add {(MTelemarketers):}


Here's an example of what an X_InboundCallRoute might look like

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{(MTelemarketers):},{>('yourauthusernamegoeshere'):ph}
For an OBi202, this would look like

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{(MTelemarketers):},{>('yourauthusernamegoeshere'):ph,ph2}
M, by the way, stands for Digit Map.

If you don't know what yourauthusername is, navigate to Voice Services-->SP(voipservice) -->SIP Credentials-->AuthUserName


C. submit/save/reboot

D. Navigate to User Settings-->User Defined Digit Maps

i. Pick an unused User Defined Digit Map

ii. For the Label, enter Telemarketers

iii. For the DigitMap, enter phone numbers you want to block.
For example, (1234567890|4168888888|5193333333)


Some people ask about blocking anonymous or unknown calls
(?|un@@.|Un@@.|anon@.|Anon@.)


? = no Caller ID
@ = any single alphanumeric (number or letter) except #
@ . = zero or more occurrences of any length alphanumeric (number or letter) sequence except # (note that there should be no space after the @ symbol; I had to put it there on this forum)
@@ . = any single alphanumeric (number or letter) except # followed by zero or more occurrences of any length alphanumeric sequence except # (note that there should be no space after the @ symbol; I had to put it there on this forum)

un@@ . will catch unknown or anything starting with un followed by at least one more character (except #)
(note that there should be no space after the @ symbol; I had to put it there on this forum)
anon@. will catch anonymous or anything starting with anon (except #)



I do not generally recommend blocking anonymous calls since doctors and hospitals can call from them.

E. Submit/save/reboot

Note that you must enter phone numbers as they appear in your VoIP service's call log. For FPL users login at https://www.freephoneline.ca/callLogs


Note that this method for Freephoneline drops all Telemarketer calls to FPL's voicemail (FPL basically wants all incoming calls picked up no matter what because FPL makes money off of incoming termination fees to its network), but at least your phones won't ring.

I probably do not have time to troubleshoot the following FPL workaround for that voicemail issue (especially not via PM, thank you), but here's a potential solution for that:

Because of not wanting these telemarketer calls to drop to FPL's voicemail, boon1 came up with a cool idea for sending these calls to the auto attendant:
freephoneline-ca-free-local-soft-phone- ... #p21660123
However, for me, that's a bit of a problem because people in my household use the Auto Attendant to dial into and receive calls back from (and I don't want them to hear voice prompts that are intended for telemarketers). Because I have an OBi202, I have access to OBiPlus Basic, which gives me access to two additional auto attendants for free. I used one of them: https://forums.redflagdeals.com/freepho ... #p21807239 Edit: It appears that OBiPlus has been completely killed by Obihai now.



Alternatively, if you have another ITSP, configured on SP2 for example, you could use

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{(MTelemarketers):sp2(phonenumbertosendtelemarketers)}
in FPL's X_InboundCallRoute in place of {(MTelemarketers):} to send those telemarketing calls to another phone number.

If FPL is SP1, you can also use

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{(MTelemarketers):sp1(phonenumbertosendtelemarketers)}

or (for sip calls)

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{(MTelemarketers):sp1(sipnumber@sipdomain.com)}
It doesn't really matter. But if you don't want telemarketing calls to drop straight to FPL's voicemail, it is possible with an Obihai ATA, to route these calls elsewhere. Maybe you want to send them to Lenny: http://toao.net/595-lenny (keep in mind that sending telemarketers to Lenny will let telemarketers know your phone number is active).

Update

I think this might be a better solution for Telemarketers for FPL users than what I posted previously.

Here are the steps I took:

1. Went to www.tropo.com
2. Created a free developer account
3. Verified account and logged in
4. Found an audio file that plays SIT tones followed by a "We're sorry, you have reached a number that has been disconnected..."
5. Clicked on "My Files" in Tropo and stuck the file in the www folder
6. Selected "My Apps" and clicked "create application"
7. Entered nogood for Basic information (you can put whatever you want here)
8. Clicked on "new script"

Entered the following:

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<?php
say("http://hosting.tropo.com/mytropoaccount#/www/disconnectedmessageaudiofilethatIadded.mp3");
say("http://hosting.tropo.com/mytropoaccount#/www/disconnectedmessageaudiofilethatIadded.mp3");
?>
9. Saved the script as nogood.php (just has to end with .php)

10. Clicked "create app"

11. Scrolled down and picked a free Tropo phone number for Canada

12. Stuck {(MTelemarketers):sp1(mytropophone#)} in X_InboundCallRoute for FPL in my OBi

(where SP1 = FPL), but it doesn't matter what SP you use, as long as you call your Tropo phone number for free using it.

Rebooted


You can also create a White list: newegg-obihai-obi200-59-99-a-1825095/4/#post23792781


How do I setup Nomorobo with Freephoneline (or any service provider that doesn't support Nomorobo) with an Obihai ATA?

So, I got Nomorobo working with Freephoneline, and really, with an Obihai ATA and a toll free number from access number from Nomorobo, you can use Nomorobo with any service provider.

Keep in mind, if you have Follow Me enabled in your Freephoneline web portal, that in order for Nomorobo to work properly, your Nomorobo access number has to ring simultaneously (or first if you're using sequential forwarding). Freephoneline doesn't allow toll free phone numbers to be used with Follow Me at the time of this writing. If you're having problems getting Nomorobo working with Follow Me enabled, disable Follow Me in your Freephoneline web portal account.

1. Sign up at https://www.nomorobo.com/

2. Select "Landline/VoIP" for your phone type.

3. Select Vonage as your carrier (or choose one that gives you a toll free nomorobo number). The bolded part is the important step.
I don't know if choosing other carriers will provide you with a toll free Nomorobo phone number, but maybe some will.

4. For phone number, enter your VoIP phone number that you want to protect with Nomorobo

5. Click next (and keep this webpage open)

6. Open another tab in your browser. If you used the Obitalk web portal (www.obitalk.com) to configure your ATA, keep in mind that you must continue using it to configure your ATA. Otherwise whatever settings you change will eventually be overwritten by what you previously entered at obitalk.com anyway. If you wish to disable this behaviour, dial ***1. Enter that IP address into a web browser. Navigate to System Management-->OBiTalk Provisioning-->select Disabled for the method. Save. Reboot ATA. Now obitalk.com won't overwrite whatever changes you make via the device's interface (via IP address).

Pick one method (obitalk.com) or the other (IP address of device) for changing device settings. But do not use both methods. Keep in mind that activating Google Voice requires using the Obitalk.com web portal.

7. Navigate to Voice Services-->SP(voip service you want to protect with nomorobo) Service-->X_InboundCallRoute

Yours might look like {(yourcellphonenumber1|yourcellphonenumber2:aa($1)},{(MTelemarketers):},{(MLenny):spx(13475147296@in.callcentric.com)},{ph,spx(1866732xxxx@tollfree.alcazarnetworks.com;ui=$1)}

You just need to add the bolded part.
For OBi202s, you would use {ph,ph2,spx(1866732xxxx@tollfree.alcazarnetworks.com;ui=$1)}

The x in SPx needs to be a number between 1 and 4, where you've setup a SIP service provider. For example, if Freephoneline is setup on SP1, then use sp1.

1866732xxxx is your Nomorobo access phone number. You need to replace the xxxx.

Google Voice is not SIP. GV is XMPP with Obihai ATAs.
So, if you don't have a SIP service, you would need to setup a dummy SIP trunk as shown over here by azrobert:
http://www.obitalk.com/forum/index.php? ... 3#msg68413

You can also use sip.tollfreeproxy.com instead of tollfree.alcazarnetworks.com. I'm not sure, out of all the free SIP tollfree termination services available that don't require registration, which is the most reliable.

8. Save settings/reboot ATA

9. Test your nomorobo number. Go back to the other web browser tab with nomorobo. Select "I'm ready. Call me now." Or choose the test call option.

10. When your phone rings, answer it.

That's it.

If you don’t receive the Nomorobo verification call, you may not have to worry.

For example, I’ve received the following question from another Freephoneline user before:

“I tried following your guide to get Nomorobo working with Freephoneline, but for some reason when I dial number I got from website it rings once and then I get a busy signal (okay, that’s what should happen). But when I click on `I'm ready. Call me now’, my home phone never rings.

I've tried alcazar... Have Follow me - Disabled on FPL

Here is my Inbound route for an OBi202:

{(MTelemarketers):},{ph,ph2,sp1(1866xxxxxxx@tollfree.alcazarnetworks.com;ui=$1)}

Any ideas what could be my issue?”


A few thoughts occur to me.

A) Possibly Nomorobo is blocking the outbound call due your phone number not being owned by Vonage (or the provider you selected to obtain the toll free Nomorobo access number). If you don't see the test call in https://www.freephoneline.ca/doGetCallLogs, that might be one explanation. However, that's not a perfectly reliable method for determining what's happening because incoming phone numbers only appear in FPL's call log if the incoming call has been answered by you or FPL's answering machine.

B) If the test call to your FPL number is a SIP URI call from Nomoboro, the test call will never reach you because FPL blocks incoming SIP URI calls unless they're from Fongo Mobile.

C) Possibly FPL doesn't allow incoming Nomorobo verification calls anymore.

D) This is the most important point: it doesn't seem to really matter if you can't receive the Nomorobo verification call. If you don't verify the test call, Nomorobo still picks up the call with "please try your call again" when a telemarketer calls. If the test call is verified, the telemarketer hears this: https://soundcloud.com/nomorobo/nomorob ... er-captcha. I might actually prefer if the test call isn't verified.

Regardless, I suspect if you are seeing "busy" in your Obihai ATA’s call history, then your Nomorobo toll free number is working as intended.

Here's a quick way to test:

a) In your X_InboundCallRoute for Freephoneline, use {ph,ph2,sp1(1866xxxxxxx@tollfree.alcazarnetworks.com;ui=3194327596)}

For OBi200 users, use{ph,sp1(1866xxxxxxx@tollfree.alcazarnetworks.com;ui=3194327596)}

1866xxxxxxx is your toll free Nomorobo access number. The xxxxxxx needs to be replaced.

b) Using your cellphone, dial your Freephoneline phone number.

The call should be answered within 3 seconds of ringing by Nomorobo ("please try your call again" message is played or something similar), and then call is disconnected by Nomorobo.

c) now, in your X_InboundCallRoute for Freephoneline,
try {ph,ph2,sp1(1866xxxxxxx@tollfree.alcazarnetworks.com;ui=yourcellnumber)}

For OBi200 users, try{ph,sp1(1866xxxxxxx@tollfree.alcazarnetworks.com;ui=yourcellnumber)}

1866xxxxxxx is your toll free Nomorobo access number. The xxxxxxx needs to be replaced.
Similarly, youcellnumber needs to be replaced with your actual cell phone number.

d) Call your FPL number using your cell phone (or by using another provider other than FPL).

You should see the following in your ATA’s call history (found by logging into ATA with a web browser and navigating to Status–>Call History):
Call Failed (486 Busy Here; SP1(1866xxxxxxx@tollfree.alcazarnetworks.com;ui=yourcellnumber)

That's what's supposed to happen. If there's a busy response from Nomorobo, then the call will continue to ring your phone ports (beyond 3 seconds).

If Nomorobo picks up the call, then your phone ports won't ring.

3194327596 is a known marketer.
http://www.obitalk.com/forum/index.php? ... 6#msg58226
(thanks to azrobert)
There's a related thread here: https://www.obitalk.com/forum/index.php?topic=10368.20.
Should you have further questions concerning Nomorobo, you may want to try asking there. You do not, at this time of this writing, need to setup a dummy SIP trunk as described in the first page of that thread.



What happens with Nomorobo is that when the incoming caller ID isn't considered a telemarketer, Nomorobo responds with a busy signal, and your phone ports will still ring. If Nomorobo determines the caller is a telemarketer or robodialer, Nomorobo answers the call, and your phone ports stop ringing: https://nomorobo.zendesk.com/hc/en-us/a ... ks-a-Call-
Nomorobo may take a ring or two before answering the call (your phone will likely ring once per telemarketing call).


Keep in mind that, like Lenny, if Nomorobo answers the call, telemarketers will know your phone number is active and possibly add your phone number to other calling lists. So, in my opinion, using Tropo with SIT tones in combination with Nomorobo is the best solution. When Nomorobo answers the call, make note of the incoming phone number and add it to your MTelemarkers Digit Map.




How do I tell anonymous callers that I don't accept anon calls with Freephoneline?


So . . .

I saw this thread: https://www.dslreports.com/forum/r31674 ... on-message.

I'm not typically a fan of blocking anonymous callers because some of them can be doctors, hospital admins, etc.
But it's not unreasonable to give important people your smartphone number instead and to block anonymous calls with your FPL number.

For those who remember the steps I took with Tropo before to block telemarketers, the following steps are very similar.

Here are the steps I took:

1. Went to www.tropo.com
2. Created a free developer account
3. Verified account and logged in
4. Found this audio file: https://www.dslreports.com/forum/r31680429-
5. Clicked on "My Files" in Tropo and stuck the file in the www folder
6. Selected "My Apps" and clicked "create application"
7. Entered anon for Basic information (you can put whatever you want here)
8. Clicked on "new script"

Entered the following:

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<?php
say("http://hosting.tropo.com/mytropoaccount#/www/blockanonmessageaudiofilethatIadded.wav");
say("http://hosting.tropo.com/mytropoaccount#/www/blockanonmessageaudiofilethatIadded.wav");
hangup();
?>
9. Saved the script as anon.php (just has to end with .php)

10. Scrolled down and picked a free Tropo phone number for Canada

11. Clicked "create app"

12. Stuck {(?|un@@.|Un@@.|anon@.|Anon@.):sp1(mytroponumber)} in X_InboundCallRoute (towards the beginning or left) for FPL in my OBi

(where sp1 is FPL), but it doesn't matter what SP you use, as long as you call your Tropo phone number for free using it.

Rebooted

It does take a good 30 minutes to an hour before new Tropo apps to start working properly with phone numbers.


Anyway, anonymous callers are greeted by out of service SIT tones followed by a message instructing them to reveal their number if they want to reach me (in this example).
I'm not sure if I'm going to use this process for myself yet. But some might be interested.


Good luck!
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Anyone know what the difference between obi202 vs obi212?
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Tha DraGun wrote:
Oct 27th, 2018 12:23 pm
Anyone know what the difference between obi202 vs obi212?
The OBi212 is the OBi110 replacement.

OBi212 has a line (FXO) port so that you can connect to a PSTN (regular telephone) service or bridge a PSTN service with a VoIP service. OBi212 only has 1 FXS port.
OBi202 has two phone (FXS) ports and no line (FXO) port.

If you want a line port with an OBi202, you need to buy OBiline.
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Webslinger wrote:
Oct 27th, 2018 12:34 pm
The OBi212 is the OBi110 replacement.

OBi212 has a line (FXO) port so that you can connect to a PSTN (regular telephone) service or bridge a PSTN service with a VoIP service. OBi212 only has 1 FXS port.
OBi202 has two phone (FXS) ports and no line (FXO) port.

If you want a line port with an OBi202, you need to buy OBiline.
I have a obi110. It's been working great except now every once and a while it will say "line in use" out of the blue. If I don't notice it right away no one can call us. If I unplug the obi and reboot it, it's fine. Until the next time it does the line in use error. So I think I need to finally replace it.

By Connect a regular line (for obi212), you mean connect say a Bell telephone service to the box, to use along side your VoIP? I think I did that before with my obi..
If that's the only difference I Wouldn't need it anymore. so obi202 would be just as good for me.
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Tha DraGun wrote:
Oct 27th, 2018 1:24 pm
It's been working great except now every once and a while it will say "line in use" out of the blue.
You might want to read through this thread:
https://www.obitalk.com/forum/index.php?topic=11379.0
By Connect a regular line (for obi212), you mean connect say a Bell telephone service to the box
Yes, that's what the line port is used for on the OBi110 as well.

If you never want to connect Bell (POTS) service, for example, to your ATA, the OBi202 is fine.
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Webslinger wrote:
Oct 27th, 2018 1:28 pm
You might want to read through this thread:
https://www.obitalk.com/forum/index.php?topic=11379.0



Yes, that's what the line port is used for on the OBi110 as well.

If you never want to connect Bell (POTS) service, for example, to your ATA, the OBi202 is fine.
I haven't used a Bell phone line in a long time so I completely forgot that's what the LINE port was for.

I had both ports connected to my house wiring. I must have connected it that way a little while back when I upgraded my router. Since then it had been giving me problems so maybe that was the issue.
I disconnected the LINE port. Hopefully that fixes it and I don't have to buy a new obi
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Tha DraGun wrote:
Oct 27th, 2018 3:58 pm
I haven't used a Bell phone line in a long time so I completely forgot that's what the LINE port was for.

I had both ports connected to my house wiring. I must have connected it that way a little while back when I upgraded my router. Since then it had been giving me problems so maybe that was the issue.
I disconnected the LINE port. Hopefully that fixes it and I don't have to buy a new obi
If you're going to connect your house's wiring to the phone port on the ATA, you may need to disconnect your existing telephone company's line at the demarc--or make sure power from it is not running to your existing phone jacks. Otherwise, you run this risk of frying your ATA. Visit http://www.voipmyhouse.com/#thesolution.
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I hope they have this sale again this year, I need one because my 3 year old one stopped working:(
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djjungly wrote:
Nov 16th, 2018 9:58 am
I hope they have this sale again this year, I need one because my 3 year old one stopped working:(
If I happen to see it on sale, I’ll PM you.
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Webslinger wrote:
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If I happen to see it on sale, I’ll PM you.
OBi200 goes on sale November. 23rd:
newegg-newegg-bf-week-flyer-2239550/

I’m not seeing anything about the OBi202 though. Maybe there will be a Cyber Monday sale. I have no clue.
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Obi202 on sale on newegg.ca $64.99 for black friday. just bought 2 :)
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ArtistsTechGuy wrote:
Nov 23rd, 2018 4:15 am
Obi202 on sale on newegg.ca $64.99 for black friday. just bought 2 :)
... Until Saturday.
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Jan 12, 2017
8278 posts
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Scarberia
using winMTR, pings to FPL avg 28, worst is 47 at around 6pm sunday time, thats OK right? tia
*SIG: OptiPlex™ 790 i5-2400 @3.1ghz 12gb DDR3 ram win10 pro w/radeon rx460 rogers Gigabit @$39.99 no 60FPS 4k youtube :( using D-Link DIR-890L AC3200

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