PaloSanto Solutions is pleased to announce that the inaugural ElastixWorld 2010 will take place over two days on November 18-19, 2010 in Quito, Ecuador, and you're invited!!Read more »
Elastix , one of the top open source projects in Latin-American with worldwide recognition and Yealink Network Technology CO., Ltd., a leading designer and manufacturer of IP Voice and Video Phones for broadband networks, announced today the completion of interoperability test between Elastix IP-PBX and Yealink SIP-T2x series full range of HD IP Phones.Read more »
Asterisk bills itself as "the world's leading open source PBX, telephony engine, and telephony applications toolkit." You can use it as the basis of a fully featured, enterprise-class phone system in your organization.Read more »
Local business Suretec teams up with world experts at Digium to bring ‘eccentric and entertaining’ professional trainer to north-east Scotland.Read more »
In this tutorial, I will describe how to install and configure Asterisk 1.6 on a Debian system to work with PostgreSQL in order to manage CDR (Call Detail Records) and real-time configuration.Read more »
Even though a trixbox system is a phone system, it is still a basic computer system like any other. One of the problems that we face is that extensions and VoIP service providers typically come into the system over the open Internet; this means that certain aspects of our system are wide open to the outside world.Read more »
Packt is pleased to announce a new book that helps design and develop VoIP telephony platforms and services through the Asterisk platform. Written by Open Source expert, Kerry Garrison, trixbox CE 2.6 guides users with clear instructions and screenshots to create a complete and cost effective VoIP based telephony system.Read more »
skAsterisk, a PBX, telephony engine, and telephony applications toolkit, is one of open source best-kept secrets. As with many open source projects, there is a company that has been set up to provide support, Digium.
Here's its latest press release:Read more »
Elastix version 1.5 is now available for download in its 32-bit and 64-bit ISO versions. This release took a bit longer than normal because it has some major improvements. We now use DAHDI instead of Zaptel which brings better support for telephony drivers, newer kernel, among othersRead more »
Recently I was asked how I get notification messages when a call is made to my VoIP number and extension. It’s only a few lines of configuration, but worth noting down for future reference. This all applies to Asterisk 1.4, on Debian LennyRead more »
With the high prices of many of the newer PBX systems on the market, an Open Source alternative may be the right fit for you and your budget. Especially if it can deliver as many feature rich applications as Asterisk is capable of doing.Read more »
Techie-guru and ex-editor friend Vickram Crishna announced in cyberspace that Giovanni Maruzzelli would be visiting India. After a few emails were exchanged, he added Goa to his route.
Techie-guru and ex-editor friend Vickram Crishna announced in cyberspace that Giovanni Maruzzelli would be visiting India. After a few emails were exchanged, he added Goa to his route.Read more »
I created an auto install script to install Asterisk 1.2 for CentOS 4 and CentOS 5. This script will install the following:
* Asterisk Addons
* Open Source G729 Codec
Before running these script, you must install the some software needed to compile Asterisk.
For CentOS 4:
"Spencer is the inventor of Asterisk, a free software program that establishes phone calls over the Internet and handles voicemail, caller ID, teleconferencing and a host of novel features for the phone [...] Outsourcing company Sutherland Global Services has tested Asterisk in 400-person call centers, finding it cuts telephone costs by two-thirds."Read more »