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Here is a better link for DUNDi

http://exain.wordpress.com/2010/07/03/asterisk-basics-and-load-balancing-via-dundi/

skip the part which you know already

On Wed, Mar 16, 2011 at 7:44 AM, Henrique Fernandes wrote:

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> []’sf.rique
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> On Tue, Mar 15, 2011 at 8:36 PM, Paul Belanger wrote:
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>> On 11-03-15 06:19 PM, Henrique Fernandes wrote:
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>>> Have many diferenet locations that have convencional phones that need to
>>> call others locations with convencional phones. And we can not change
>>> this,
>>> I was reading and asterisk cannot handle it self this kind of setup, it
>>> needs an separated serrver to control and routers the calls to this poins
>>> right ?
>>>
>>> So can you guys give any help ? I guess asterisk with SER could do the
>>> job ?
>>>
>>> I don’t believe SER will help you in the setup (see below).
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>>
>> So my question is how do i make the 2 PABX with asterisk talk to each
>>> other? Do i need only 2 asterisk with digium or i need one server with
>>> SER
>>> to maki it happen ? There is another program that does what i am looking
>>> for
>>> ?
>>>
>>> If you require local hardware for each site, then you can install
>> Asterisk at each location. You can then interconnect them using IAX2 or
>> SIP, additionally you can use DUNDi in your dialplans to share information
>> before the Asterisk boxes.
>>
>
> Thanks!
>
> I had heard some thing about DUNDi but now i am reading i guess it is what
> i need!
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> I am guessing i can use both IAX2 and SIP i read something about H.323
>
> So i am gonna see which one is best to conect the Asterisk PBX if i am not
> able to use bot SIP and IAX2
>
> Thanks!
>
> here is a link that explains better what DUNDi is!
>
> http://www.voip-info.org/wiki/view/DUNDi
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3 thoughts on - Multiple Asterisk

  • Hi,

    If u want to setup for 4500 or more phone then better to user OpenSER +
    Asterisk.

    OpenSER easily work for 10,000 calls.

    You need to setup one server for OpenSER and all phone register on this
    server. You need to write routing logic in OpenSER server to call connect
    and if u need to play media then forward to destination asterisk server.

    1 OpenSER server + Asterisk server for each location.