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This is a how to video demonstrating how to configure a SIP compliant phone ( Cisco SPA504 ) to work with a VoIP install. In this video, I am using PBX in a Flash with IncrediblePBX installed. This uses FreePBX as its web interface and makes configuration easy. Anyone using Elastix will have a similar configuration just by clicking on the PBX tab from the main screen.
Asterisk PBX Telephony Setup Guide - Setup a telephony system at Home and start learning the exiting world of voip, this video will show you hot to setup asterisk based pbx telephony system in your home test invironment without spending on asterisk hardware. For all the commands in the video refer the below links Installing Asterisk : http://www.technologylair.org/2014/01/asterisk-11-installation-on.html Configuring PBX: http://www.technologylair.org/2014/01/creating-asterisk-pbx-how-to-configure.html Buy Asterisk Books : http://www.flipkart.com/asterisk-future-telephony-2-ed-618-pages-0th/p/itmdyusd2ft3qfu2?pid=9788184045468&affid=technology1 Asterisk Cook Book : http://www.flipkart.com/asterisk-cookbook-solutions-everyday-telephony-problems/p/itmduskngkj8yxab?pid=9789350234518&affi...
Entire playlist: http://www.youtube.com/view_play_list?p=9E241EDD7EDF8E67 A few basics of getting setup. Asterisk can be activated by typing "asterisk" From there you'll have to reload the asterisk program each time you make a configuration change, the sequence is as follows. type "asterisk -r" type "reload" lastly type "exit" to exit the asterisk console Also keep in mind the two asterisk configuration files you'll be dealing with. They are located in the "/etc/asterisk" directory. The first configuration file is "sip.conf", which defines general settings for asterisk and it defines the different users that will register to your server. The second configuration file is "extensions.conf", which defines the different numbers that the users can dial, and what to do when they dial that numb...
We will show you how to reset your phone, and set up the tftp information so you can used it with your own asterisk pbx
Learn more at http://www.asterisk.org Asterisk 12 introduces the Asterisk REST Interface (ARI). This is a set of modern, RESTful API's for controlling Asterisk. This video will walk attendants through these new interfaces, and demonstrate how to use them to build Asterisk-enabled applications. Jared Smith, Open Source Geek at Bluehost and David Lee, Asterisk Developer at Digium
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AteriskNOW is a pre-built linux distro to run with asterisk installed. AsteriskNOW makes it easy to create custom telephony solutions by automatically installing the "plumbing." It's a complete Linux distribution with Asterisk, the DAHDI driver framework, and, the FreePBX administrative GUI. Much of the complexity of Asterisk and Linux is handled by the installer, the yum package management utility and the administrative GUI. With AsteriskNOW, application developers and integrators can concentrate on building solutions, not maintaining the plumbing. This video is aimed at showing you how to install asteriskNOW. You can download it from the download page on the website: http://www.asterisk.org/
Here we are with yet another VoIP Guys Introducing Asterisk Tutorial. Moving on from last week's tutorial where we covered the do's & don'ts of IVR menus, it is time to take a look at how to actually configure your IVR menu in your Asterisk Dialplans. Mathias' Top Tip: When configuring your IVR, it is essential to configure separate contexts for every component of your IVR menu so as to ensure that you can reuse the extensions again in different IVR menus. Next time around we will take our setup further with more advanced options like timeouts, invalid entries and so on. More from the VoIP Guys ► Our Blog • http://goo.gl/M8YN8G ► Introducing Asterisk Playlist • http://goo.gl/9eVyN8 ► The VoIP Guys Playlist • http://goo.gl/bqv3ch ► mobydick UC Whitepaper • https://bit.ly/mobydickUC...
Learn more at http://www.asterisk.org A number of Web-based interfaces have been developed to help end users leverage the power of Asterisk. If you haven't found one that meets your specific needs, how about developing one of your own? You don't need an advanced programming degree to create an interface that's tailored to your company and/or clients' unique way of doing business. This video includes a quick overview of the main features of a site developed in PHP. David Martin, Owner, I/O Technologies, Inc.
Here is link to details for configuration of asterisk files https://www.dropbox.com/s/f8iuz6e1u1sfzo1/sip%2C%20extensions%20and%20voicemail%20files%20configuation.docx?dl=0
Asterisk on Kingston 32GB SD Card - quick setup - step by step guide for Raspberry Pi Micro Server. 1) Format your SD card - I use SD Formater. Get it here: https://www.sdcard.org/downloads/formatter_4/ 2) Download the latest image file from http://www.raspberry-asterisk.org/downloads/ 3) Burn Asterisk image onto your SD. Use Win32Disk Imager: http://sourceforge.net/projects/win32diskimager/ 4) Code getting you down? Use Webmin instead of typing in code. Webmin is a web-based interface for system administration for Unix/Linux. Latest versions: http://www.webmin.com/download.html I use it because it's point and click. Super simple. Watch my full setup video https://youtu.be/2dmm_XHpvKI
In this the 6th Instalment of our Introducing Asterisk series, we take a look at Asterisk Dial Plans, what they are and what they do as well as explaining the concept of "Contexts" within Asterisk and how to define and configure them using the Asterisk Command Line Interface CLI. As Mathias suggested, it is always a good idea to copy the file you are about to edit, just in case you need the original configurations at a later date. To do this simply use the command "cp extensions.conf extensions.orig" where the command is constructed as follows; copy (cp) + original file name + new file name More from the VoIP Guys ► Our Blog • http://goo.gl/M8YN8G ► Introducing Asterisk Playlist • http://goo.gl/9eVyN8 ► The VoIP Guys Playlist • http://goo.gl/bqv3ch
Asterisk from Scratch is the 2014 edition of the wildly popular Asterisk 1-2-3 Seminar. It is intended to be a well-rounded and informative overview of the Asterisk Project, with a focus on the essentials a general Asterisk "newbie" should know. This all-day seminar is broken into multiple sessions, beginning with background information such as the history of Asterisk, followed by methods of installing Asterisk and examples of fundamental configuration for call flow and features such as Voicemail and IVR. Lecture will immediately be followed by a Question and Answer Session. Session 1 What is Asterisk? Who created it, and why? What can Asterisk do? How does Asterisk get deployed? The architecture of Asterisk
Learn more at http://asterisk.org Asterisk 123 is a technical introduction to the Asterisk Open Source project. The day-long lecture covers the basics of installing and configuring Asterisk in 4 separate session. This session covers advanced Diaplan scripting and programming using the AGI (Asterisk Gateway Interface) API. As a "CS 101" session basic computer sience topics are covered such as variables, experessions and subroutines and how they relate to the Asterisk diaplan.
The VoIP Guys get going with Asterisk. In the first of a series covering Asterisk phone systems, the VoIP guys start at the beginning. Introducing what Asterisk actually is as well as explaining what the different versions of Asterisk's open source PBX software. If you have any comments or would like us to cover a VoIP / Asterisk related topic, let us know by leaving a comment below. More from the VoIP Guys ► Our Blog • http://goo.gl/M8YN8G ► Introducing Asterisk Playlist • http://goo.gl/9eVyN8 ► The VoIP Guys Playlist • http://goo.gl/bqv3ch
Brief overview of the administrative web interface. Meant to give you a general idea of what it looks like and how deep the settings can go. There is much to adjust here and should only be done by a phone tech or someone willing to learn in depth. Not meant to be a tutorial.