A client wants to keep their old Inter-Tel KTS analog phones for budget reasons. Two questions:
1. How could they use these with FreePBX? 2. Would they be losing any features that they currently have with their analog PBX?
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I am using adaptive ODBC and I would like to create a table for the default CDR fields build into Asterisk. I managed to find several third party resources, but no official resource including the table specification for the default CDR fields. Where can I officially find this table specification, therefore data types and lengths etc. for each field?
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I am currently trying to set up CDR logging. I got all the ODBC stuff for my mysql server set up, also checked there's a connection using "odbc show" in the Asterisk console:
I also created a table for the CDR logs:
This table is also referenced in /etc/asterisk/cdr_adaptive_odbc.conf.
Now, what is the next step? 1) Do I have to call any CDR function in my dialplan for the CDR logging to become really active? 2) Do I have to create more fields in my asterisk_cdr table manually? Guess it should all be done automatically? Would I have needed…
Given the limitations around Asterisk's TLS support, and all the benefits of using a SIP proxy, I've put together a rough guide about how to use the repro SIP proxy as a front-end for Asterisk connectivity with TLS peers:
It works for TLS from phones, but also for full federated SIP with any other SIP-enabled domain on the public Internet.
* repro does all the connectivity work (certificate validation, etc) and registration service
* Asterisk sits in the background and provides applications (voicemail, queues, etc)
Any feedback, questions or discussion about this is very welcome.
how can I verify if Asterisk is connected to a database using the ODBC connection I configured?
According to http://www.asteriskdocs.org/en/3rd_Edition/asterisk-book-html-chunk/installing_configuring_odbc.html (at the end of the page) "*odbc show" on the console should output an information about this. However, when I run "odbc show" on my asterisk console (220.127.116.11), the output is:*
Thanks for any hint and best regards Stefan