[arm-allstar] adding ATA's
vk4akp at gmail.com
Wed Sep 16 22:35:51 EST 2015
Hi Doug & Co.,
RE: adding ATA's to our PI2.
We may add additional PI2's later more so for load sharing should we
find they can't handle multiple things at once.
However for now we'd like to try it on the one we have set up now.
Also back when we ran Gentoo Linux for our All Star the all seeing all
knowing Duuude had things set up for us so we could dial in from our
ATA's enter a PIN and gain access to the All_Star network from the
phones locally without having to use a radio.
This would be a nice feature to have again so that in it's self might be
enough to want it all on the same device instead of trying to link two
Soon as I get a chance I'll start Googling how it's done but if anyone
wants to throw up a few suggestions or examples it would speed things up
Our last system was some years ago and I think we were running Asterisk
1.2.x originally from memory.
But it's been a lot of years since I have tinkered with such things.
Date: Wed, 16 Sep 2015 09:04:34 -0400
From: Doug Crompton <doug at crompton.com>
To: ARM Allstar <arm-allstar at hamvoip.org>
Subject: Re: [arm-allstar] Some Hints to add ATA's needed please?
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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.
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