PSTN termination in Virtualized Asterisk Environment

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Hi

Lot of users have deployed Asterisk in virtualized environment like VMWare,
KVM, Hyper-V.
Where as can we use Digium / Sangoma PRI cards in virtualized environment?
If yes, then How? What kind of configuration is required?
If not, then how is PSTN termination achieved in virtualized Asterisk
deployment?

Thanks & Regards,
Amit Patkar

3 thoughts on - PSTN termination in Virtualized Asterisk Environment

  • You need to look at Redfone fonebridges to achieve this.

    Please connect with me offline, we have it working in India in our
    CloudVoice Infraatructure.

    Mitul Limbani

  • I would not recommend the redfone devices. I have had bad experiences with them. Have a look at the Digium G100 or G200 devices. They look far superior.

    Sent: Thursday, 31 May 2012 5:25 PM

    You need to look at Redfone fonebridges to achieve this.

    Please connect with me offline, we have it working in India in our CloudVoice Infraatructure.

    Mitul Limbani
    Hi

    Lot of users have deployed Asterisk in virtualized environment like VMWare,
    KVM, Hyper-V.
    Where as can we use Digium / Sangoma PRI cards in virtualized environment?
    If yes, then How? What kind of configuration is required?
    If not, then how is PSTN termination achieved in virtualized Asterisk
    deployment?

    Thanks & Regards,
    Amit Patkar

  • Hmm, that’s odd, since we’ve had an excellent experience with Redfones
    (purchased through Mitul, incidentally) overall. Our client is running
    Asterisk servers doing 1/2 a million outbound + some inbound through
    Redfone devices every day with no significant issues. This is spread
    over some 4 or 5 PSTN providers country-wide.

    Overall I’d say our experience with the Redfones has been very positive,
    leaving aside the advantage of having an E1 interface outside of the
    computer (device and computer can be power cycled independently if
    required, device can be easily interfaced to a different computer, etc.)

    Regards,