I know that there is no way to determine an exact number, or even a close number, but does anyone know a ballpark figure of how many Asterisk deployments are out there worldwide? How about the percentage of Asterisk PBX's compared to the total number of PBX's out there? Do our friends at Digium ever think about things like this?
I have a customer where we are putting an Asterisk PBX in front of a legacy (non-VoIP) PBX. One of the requirements it that the Asterisk PBX have 2 PRI ports (one towards the legacy PBX and one towards the carrier) with the ability to go to pass through should the Asterisk PBX (software or hardware level) fail.
I did not see this feature in the Digium, Sangoma, Allo, or OpenVox cards.
Does anyone know of a card that will do this? I know that Digium has an external box (the…
Hello team! I’m planning to add fax functionality to my PBX. From research it seems that there is 2 options: spandsp and Digium. I lean towards Digium app, licensing is fine. However, they don’t have download for v13 Should I just download their version for v12 Asterisk? Any other suggestions on what to use, what works best? I have a pretty good plan on what I’m going to do but unsure which one to pick. Callcentric is my SIP provider and it supports T.38 Thanks Ivan --
I think the way Digium has structured the binary packages could use a major change. I rely on the binary packages rather than compiling by source because my systems are managed by an automated CM tool (I use Ansible but those using Chef or Puppet will face the same problems) and for security reasons. I use the CentOS packages.
Some issues with the current package structure are: - It installs unneeded repositories. The asterisknow package install 12 repositories, of which I use at most 4 (2 asterisk and 2 digium) - It changes which repositories are enabled and disabled. - It…
We have a plain vanilla installation of AsteriskNOW using Digium D40/50 phones. All transfers are failing from any source to any extension with the message "that is not a valid extension". Does anyone have any ideas about where to begin looking for the source of that error?