[arm-allstar] Some Hints to add ATA's needed please?
doug at crompton.com
Wed Sep 16 08:04:34 EST 2015
While this can be done I would advise not mixing on the same system as Allstar. As cheap as these boards are why not run a separate board to do that. There are many ready to go images out there like incredible PBX etc. They use much later versions of Asterisk and have much more PBX capability and run in a graphical environment on the BBB or RPi. Later on you could connect the two via your LAN just as well as having them on the same server
That being said if you really want to use the Asterisk Allstar image also as a PBX it can be done by adding a sip account for each individual phone with a corresponding extension stanza. It would have to be done manually and it would require a lot of experimentation which would require restarts that would disrupt the radio side of things. You also would have to follow the Asterisk 1.4 or earlier command set.
To: arm-allstar at hamvoip.org
From: vk4akp at gmail.com
Date: Wed, 16 Sep 2015 16:02:28 +1000
Subject: [arm-allstar] Some Hints to add ATA's needed please?
Can I get some hints on how to do the following please?
1. Add our ATA's on our LAN to the R-PI2. (I assume
registering each one in SIP.CONF some how?)
2. Add extension's (in EXTENSIONS.CONF?) so the ATA's can
dial each other.
3. Add a conference room that the ATA's can all dial into.
4. Register a DID on the R-PI2 that has access to the same
menu options the LAN ATA's have.
Number 4 is not so important for now, but I thought I'd ask while I
was at it.
At this point there is no need for any of this to interact with the
Ham VoIP side of things.
Ken - vk4akp
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