|Lee Marzke on 12 May 2006 02:36:39 -0000|
Sorry you can't make it.
What is the advantage of the NSLU2 ? I guess you don't have a need to interface with your POTS lines or legacy phones ?
Here, I've kept one POTS line for 911 and faxing and use VOIP for most everything else. The house phones are a mix of wireless analog and SIP.
FYI - For those of you stopping by Monday evening, you can try out my Asterisk box at the BCLUG meeting if you like.
Download one of the clients below before the meeting, and I'll have a few extra accounts on * ready to go. I'm curious how many people can be in a conference together on my box ( 1GHz Celeron, 256Mb RAM )
I use only IAX2 clients outside my firewall, and SIP hardphones inside. That way there is only one port (4569) open on my firewall to the pbx.
DIAX: http://www.laser.com/dante/diax/diax.html Windows only ( version 9.15a )
IDEFISK: http://www.asteriskguru.com/idefisk/free/ Win/Mac/Linux ( version 1.35)
KIAX: http://kiax.sourceforge.net/ Win/Linux requires Qt3.2 ( Deb/RH/Gentoo/SuSE packages)
X-lite: http://www.counterpath.com/index.php?menu=download Win/Mac/Linux
I've only used DIAX and IDEFISK on Win32. YMMV.
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