Tools for covering the documentation of Asterisk Dialplan, including contexts, variables, etc. Including having a proper flow..
Ive recently given a try to a Digium D70 phone.At the moment, Im configuring them though config files with a DHCP server and not using DPMA. Of course, Im connecting them to Asteris (PJSIP stack on 13.7.0).Which is the best place to:- read about p..
allI have a strange issue with 220.127.116.11 on a production Asterisk machine at our head office, and the same issue with a production machine at a branch office.Every now and then, on the head office machine, ODBC CEL and CDR logging will stop working…
At present I have two hardware identically freepbx/asterisk boxes. The mysql db on one is slaved to the other and all config files are rsyncd once every 24 hours (we have few configuration changes).We use Polycom 321/331/550/650 phones, and I not..
Asterisk 1.8 on ubuntuWe store the configuration files in CVS.We have a development, QA and production environments. 90% of the config files are the same across all 3 environments, but there are some differences in sip.conf and extensions.conf (environm..
Im using Trixbox 2.8 edition and having issues with my PSTN line and the OpenVox A400P card. During purchase I decided to go for the 1xFXS and 1xFXO option. I hooked the PSTN and my POTs DECT phone up correctly and configured the appropriate trun..
Brand new instance on Centos 5.7 Installed asterisk18 via yum from RPM distribution from Digium Installed FreePBX via yum from Digium distribution. Asterisk is up.FreePBX is up.However, the changes made in FreePBX arent written out to the config fi..
kept on reading the thread… Wouldnt it be better, for asterisk at least, to get rid of all this identification / authentication stuff? Keeping config files holding pain passwords or simple md5 isnt the way to solve this… Within the unix world th..
Gentlemen, We have a setup as below: PSTN – E1 – Avaya – OOH323 trunk – Asterisk – SPA-2102 – Fax machine Running Asterisk SVN-trunk-r280589M, fax working as a clock. I decided to leave “trunk” and go a stable version so I upgraded..
When upgrading-downgrading from one asterisk version to another, you may need to edit config files. For instance, when upgrading sip.conf from 1.4 to 1.8, it is tempting to use a single common file and add some #ifdef-like statements in it so that 1.8-speci..