The AstLinux Team is happy to announce the release of AstLinux 1.0.0. This release includes significant changes and improvements over past releases. Specific upgrade and new installation instructions are available at: http://www.astlinux.org Some of the highlights include: * Using eglibc instead of uClibc. This allows binary compatibility with add-ons that are provided as binary only (G.729 CODEC, Fax for Asterisk etc). * Newer Kernel which better supports newer hardware * Support for Jabber/Gtalk * Removed mISDN support (the zaphfc DAHDI driver is included for single port ISDN cards) A full changelog is available on the release pages. We provide…
I am running an Asterisk 1.4.34 installation. I am trying to separate
several SIP phones into two separate spygroups. These phones are making
external calls as opposed to receiving incoming calls. Is there a place
to assign a phone to a Spygroup other than when the call is initiated.
I am trying to avoid having to make separate external call behaviours
for every single extension in the dialplan that will be monitored. Thanks, Jeremy Jeremy Hellstrom Specialist, IT/Systems I 604.664.2472 I 604.664.2400 (245) | #1550-1090
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I'm unable to configure SS7 (surely my bad because it's my first try).
I get this error: ERROR chan_dahdi.c: Unknown signalling method 'ss7' My system has:
(installed from source) I can't upgrade this server to Dahdi and latest asterisk version...
In any case, according to the libss7 README, it should work with my software versions. How can I make sure Asterisk is loading the SS7 library? According to libss7, I should place "signalling=ss7" in /etc/asterisk/zapata.conf. Is that right?
Do I need to recompile…
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
Asterisk. 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…
I'm giving Queue-Tip a try, following installation instructions in
http://queue-tip.rubyforge.org/install.html. My setup is : ruby 1.8.7
Adhearsion 1.2.3 I'm struck in step 7 in the above installation procedure : # rake --trace db:create
no such file to load -- initializer