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November 28, 2011
Tags: asterisk, centos, functionality, installation, os version, queue, simple stuff, stable version
I am currently running Asterisk 1.4.8 and have been for quite a while, it
has served me well.
Getting ready to build a new box to replace the existing installation of
My primary use of the Asterisk box is run queues. I am sure the queue
features and functionality have been updated, expanded since 1.4.8 and I am
wondering what version of Ast you guys would recommend. Looking for the
best version in terms of queue features, functionality.
Also, an OS recommendation would be great. Been running on CentOS forever
and no reason to want to change. Just looking for the best version of
CentOS to run the best/stable version of Asterisk on.
To be clear:
OS & Version:
I am even thinking about using AsteriskNow, don’t need the FreePBX but I
have worked with it before and it used to be possible to still do custom
stuff and co-exist with FreePBX. I like having FreePBX available for the
simple stuff so it’s not a bad thing if it’s there. Does it have an
intergrated web server that I could run a lightweight control panel on?
That would be another plus.
Thanks in advance for any help, been out of touch for a while. I will be
doing my research and lots of reading over the next few days but thought it
couldn’t hurt to see what the general consensus is on these topics.