[arm-allstar] Some Hints to add ATA's needed please?
fred at fmeco.com
Wed Sep 16 14:20:35 EST 2015
Guys, all systems are only an IAX connection away. If you have access
to iax.conf you can do almost anything you want to do. All too many
people are forgetting that the underlying system is Asterisk. All
versions talk to each other, you might just miss some features if not at
the latest. Asterisk was designed to allow remote offices (other
asterisk systems, exchanges) via these type of connections. You can
download or purchase a copy of "Asterisk the Definitive Guide" or go
directly to the asterisk site to get all the information you want from
asterisk.org. Allstar is just a small piece of the puzzle.
On 9/16/15 3:07 PM, Steve Wright wrote:
> On 17/09/15 05:00, Doug Crompton <doug at crompton.com> wrote:
>> [...] 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
> I did not realise that the system was so modular, and it was perfectly
> trivial to attach exchanges of all genre to each other, and I think
> others are fixated on the idea of adding every possible gadget to their
> system - which of course is excellent, but it's just that it didn't all
> have to be stuffed in the same box.
> Overall, there are fairly limited case studies of successful systems and
> other integration, leading to a lot of setup stress for newcomers.
> Perhaps there should be some location for people to document ^H^H^Hskite
> about their success so we may all have a looky with a view to
> duplicating it - I'd certainly enjoy reading that.
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