• Programming VoIP phones for Asterisk using FreePBX

    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.

    published: 27 Apr 2015
  • How to get started on VoIP development in .NET languages (including C#, C, C++, VB, etc.)

    Dig deeper: http://www.voip-sip-sdk.com Hello Everyone! Let's get VoIP development started within 5 minutes if you want to add some VoIP funcationalities into your existing phone system instead of replacing your whole PBX. This video explains you briefly how to get started on VoIP programming in .NET languages (including C#, C, C++, VB, etc.). After watching this tutorial, you will find out all the necessary tasks you need to do to be able to create your own VoIP application as well as a softphone, call recorder, an IVR, or even a PBX. If you are looking for more: goo.gl/VV1TAY About the software: Ozeki VoIP SIP SDK is a high-performance VoIP SDK for .NET developers that can be used to create such a powerful VoIP applications as a webphone, a softphone, an IVR menu system, a call cente...

    published: 18 Jul 2014
  • How to setup a PBX (step by step guide)

    Full series: http://www.ringroost.com/how-to-setup-a-pbx.php Learn how to setup your office PBX. Taylor walks through how to use RingRoost to setup your own PBX - for really cheap.

    published: 18 Jul 2014
  • Controlling an Arduino from Asterisk PBX

    This is an example of controlling an Arduino with an ethernet shield using Asterisk PBX. To check out the code and find out more, visit my site: www.nerdybynature.com

    published: 13 Mar 2009
  • 5 asterisk basics - asterisk tutorial

    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...

    published: 09 Mar 2011
  • Asterisk PBX on Kingston 32GB SD Card - quick setup - step by step

    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) Burn Asterisk image onto your SD. Use Win32Disk Imager: http://sourceforge.net/projects/win32diskimager/ 3) 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.

    published: 30 May 2015
  • Asterisk and the Social Internet of Things

    Asterisk support for WebRTC and web socket based SIP clients combined with cloud connectivity enablement has allowed us to build out a distributed voice-enabled social network, with social connections between organizations and colleagues, and Asterisk-based PBXs. Using an IoT inspired model, our Asterisk-based PBXs participate in a pure web-tech based social network, wanderweb.net, by signing into the same https service as ordinary human users. Javascript is served up to a node based shell to enable web-driven code-on-demand applications to run on-site. The wanderweb.net IoT client is a code-on-demand application delivered to the Node.js shell on the Asterisk PBX. It authenticates with, then opens a secure web socket to wanderweb.net. It also opens web sockets to Asterisk as required for S...

    published: 03 Jan 2017
  • Asterisk installation and configuration on CentOS7

    Here is a simple and easy way to install Asterisk over CentOS 7 [[[[[[[[[[[[[[[[[[[[[[[[[[[[[[[[[[[[ Asterisk is an open source telephony switching and private branch exchange service for Linux and is completely free framework for creating programs and is subsidized by Digium. Asterisk can change a common pc into a emails server. Asterisk abilities IP PBX methods, VoIP gateways, conference web servers,customer solutions and is used by companies such as telecommunication, suppliers and for countries worldwide For this install I am using Asterisk 11.0.0 and will be compiling from source on CentOS 7. This tutorial should also work on Fedora and RHEL (Red Hat Enterprise Linux) systems with little or no modification. First type command su Then, you will want to be sure that your server OS is...

    published: 15 Jun 2016
  • AsterSwitchboard Asterisk Configuration

    To operate properly, AsterSwitchboard needs at least a manager type account configured on the Asterisk PBX. Your system administrator will have to add some code in the Asterisk configuration file 'manager.conf'.

    published: 07 Feb 2017
  • FreePBX 101 - Part 9 - How to Forward Calls to a Cell Phone

    This is a short video, but a very important feature! How to use Misc. Destinations to forward calls to external phone numbers (mostly used for cell phones). FreePBX 101 - Part 1: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LsfqSnGZ3dI FreePBX 101 - Part 2: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xBny4hKCM3A FreePBX 101 - Part 3: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WgWovGKz5v4 FreePBX 101 - Part 4: https://youtu.be/uNlygMYvNlk FreePBX 101 - Part 5: https://youtu.be/aFrMecTpoyk FreePBX 101 - Part 6: https://youtu.be/EH5XrhtUiSo FreePBX 101 - Part 7: https://youtu.be/YXNTlA3kPWI FreePBX 101 - Part 8: https://youtu.be/8ht-26pBOko Visit http://CrosstalkSolutions.com for FreePBX support, installation, and consulting. Legal mumbo jumbo: FreePBX® is a Registered Trademark of Sangoma Technologies.

    published: 24 Jun 2015
Programming VoIP phones for Asterisk using FreePBX

Programming VoIP phones for Asterisk using FreePBX

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  • Updated: 27 Apr 2015
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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.
https://wn.com/Programming_Voip_Phones_For_Asterisk_Using_Freepbx
How to get started on VoIP development in .NET languages (including C#, C, C++, VB, etc.)

How to get started on VoIP development in .NET languages (including C#, C, C++, VB, etc.)

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  • Updated: 18 Jul 2014
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Dig deeper: http://www.voip-sip-sdk.com Hello Everyone! Let's get VoIP development started within 5 minutes if you want to add some VoIP funcationalities into your existing phone system instead of replacing your whole PBX. This video explains you briefly how to get started on VoIP programming in .NET languages (including C#, C, C++, VB, etc.). After watching this tutorial, you will find out all the necessary tasks you need to do to be able to create your own VoIP application as well as a softphone, call recorder, an IVR, or even a PBX. If you are looking for more: goo.gl/VV1TAY About the software: Ozeki VoIP SIP SDK is a high-performance VoIP SDK for .NET developers that can be used to create such a powerful VoIP applications as a webphone, a softphone, an IVR menu system, a call center, a PBX or different kind of mobile technologies. For more information please visit: http://www.voip-sip-sdk.com Or send an e-mail at: info@voip-sip-sdk.com
https://wn.com/How_To_Get_Started_On_Voip_Development_In_.Net_Languages_(Including_C_,_C,_C_,_Vb,_Etc.)
How to setup a PBX (step by step guide)

How to setup a PBX (step by step guide)

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  • Updated: 18 Jul 2014
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Full series: http://www.ringroost.com/how-to-setup-a-pbx.php Learn how to setup your office PBX. Taylor walks through how to use RingRoost to setup your own PBX - for really cheap.
https://wn.com/How_To_Setup_A_Pbx_(Step_By_Step_Guide)
Controlling an Arduino from Asterisk PBX

Controlling an Arduino from Asterisk PBX

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  • Updated: 13 Mar 2009
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This is an example of controlling an Arduino with an ethernet shield using Asterisk PBX. To check out the code and find out more, visit my site: www.nerdybynature.com
https://wn.com/Controlling_An_Arduino_From_Asterisk_Pbx
5 asterisk basics - asterisk tutorial

5 asterisk basics - asterisk tutorial

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  • Updated: 09 Mar 2011
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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 number. Please note this is a simplification of the above files, they can get complicated.
https://wn.com/5_Asterisk_Basics_Asterisk_Tutorial
Asterisk PBX on Kingston 32GB SD Card - quick setup - step by step

Asterisk PBX on Kingston 32GB SD Card - quick setup - step by step

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  • Updated: 30 May 2015
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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) Burn Asterisk image onto your SD. Use Win32Disk Imager: http://sourceforge.net/projects/win32diskimager/ 3) 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.
https://wn.com/Asterisk_Pbx_On_Kingston_32Gb_Sd_Card_Quick_Setup_Step_By_Step
Asterisk and the Social Internet of Things

Asterisk and the Social Internet of Things

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  • Updated: 03 Jan 2017
  • views: 24
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Asterisk support for WebRTC and web socket based SIP clients combined with cloud connectivity enablement has allowed us to build out a distributed voice-enabled social network, with social connections between organizations and colleagues, and Asterisk-based PBXs. Using an IoT inspired model, our Asterisk-based PBXs participate in a pure web-tech based social network, wanderweb.net, by signing into the same https service as ordinary human users. Javascript is served up to a node based shell to enable web-driven code-on-demand applications to run on-site. The wanderweb.net IoT client is a code-on-demand application delivered to the Node.js shell on the Asterisk PBX. It authenticates with, then opens a secure web socket to wanderweb.net. It also opens web sockets to Asterisk as required for SIP registrations. The webs sockets are bridged in order to deliver bi-directional SIP communications between the Asterisk instance and a SIP proxy in the cloud. The same web socket is also used for OAM and HTTP connection to the platform. The rapid advances of ARM SoC based platforms, driven by mobile applications, has resulted in the availability of many powerful, low cost, energy efficient platforms that are ideal for Asterisk applications. At the same time, Linux distributions such as Ubuntu now have standardized ARM architecture software ecosystems. We have released a quad core ARM based PBX/Gateway product that runs Asterisk and the rest of our software stack, as used on our more traditional Intel architecture products. This includes the WebRTC and IoT client features. With this, we are able to offer an extremely low-cost on-site solution that supports WebRTC based UC mobility through its interaction with wanderweb.net.
https://wn.com/Asterisk_And_The_Social_Internet_Of_Things
Asterisk installation and configuration on CentOS7

Asterisk installation and configuration on CentOS7

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  • Updated: 15 Jun 2016
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Here is a simple and easy way to install Asterisk over CentOS 7 [[[[[[[[[[[[[[[[[[[[[[[[[[[[[[[[[[[[ Asterisk is an open source telephony switching and private branch exchange service for Linux and is completely free framework for creating programs and is subsidized by Digium. Asterisk can change a common pc into a emails server. Asterisk abilities IP PBX methods, VoIP gateways, conference web servers,customer solutions and is used by companies such as telecommunication, suppliers and for countries worldwide For this install I am using Asterisk 11.0.0 and will be compiling from source on CentOS 7. This tutorial should also work on Fedora and RHEL (Red Hat Enterprise Linux) systems with little or no modification. First type command su Then, you will want to be sure that your server OS is up to date. yum update -y Disable SELinux by changing “enforcing” to “disabled” in /etc/selinux/config. Use a text editor or copy and paste this command. sed -i s/SELINUX=enforcing/SELINUX=disabled/g /etc/selinux/config After you update and disable SELinux, you’ll need to reboot. reboot Next, you will want to resolve basic dependencies. (More information on Asterisk dependencies.) yum install -y make wget openssl-devel ncurses-devel newt-devel libxml2-devel kernel-devel gcc gcc-c++ sqlite-devel libuuid-devel Change into the /usr/src/ directory to store your source code. cd /usr/src/ Download the source tarballs. These commands will get the current release of DAHDI 2.6, libpri 1.8 and Asterisk 11. wget http://downloads.asterisk.org/pub/telephony/dahdi-linux-complete/dahdi-linux-complete-current.tar.gz wget downloads.asterisk.org/pub/telephony/libpri/libpri-current.tar.gz wget http://downloads.asterisk.org/pub/telephony/asterisk/asterisk-11-current.tar.gz Extract the files from the tarballs. tar zxvf dahdi-linux-complete* tar zxvf libpri* tar zxvf asterisk* For the next set of commands it is important to follow the proper order: DAHDI first, then libpri, then Asterisk. Install DAHDI. cd /usr/src/dahdi-linux-complete* make && make install && make config Install libpri. cd /usr/src/libpri* make && make install Change to the Asterisk directory. cd /usr/src/asterisk* In the next step, running the “configure” script will vary depending on whether your system is 32-bit or 64-bit. (Watch the video for more details.) When the menu select command runs, select your options, then choose “Save and Exit” and the install will continue. Use this command if you are installing Asterisk on 32bit CentOS. ./configure && make menuselect && make && make install Use this command if you are installing Asterisk on 64bit CentOS. ./configure --libdir=/usr/lib64 && make menuselect && make && make install Optional: If you ran into errors you will want to clean the install directory before recompiling. make clean && make distclean Once you have an error-free install, copy the sample files from the configs subdirectory into /etc/asterisk. make samples Then add the Asterisk start script to the /etc/init.d/ directory make config Start DAHDI. service dahdi start Enable the Asterisk services at system boot time. chkconfig asterisk on Start Asterisk. service asterisk start Connect to the Asterisk CLI. asterisk -rvvv And now you have Asterisk 11 running on CentOS 7! If you’d like to continue configuring Asterisk you can check out this guide to setting up basic pbx functionality or leave a comment to share your thoughts below! You can also check out some of our training and certification options.
https://wn.com/Asterisk_Installation_And_Configuration_On_Centos7
AsterSwitchboard Asterisk Configuration

AsterSwitchboard Asterisk Configuration

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  • Updated: 07 Feb 2017
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To operate properly, AsterSwitchboard needs at least a manager type account configured on the Asterisk PBX. Your system administrator will have to add some code in the Asterisk configuration file 'manager.conf'.
https://wn.com/Asterswitchboard_Asterisk_Configuration
FreePBX 101 - Part 9 - How to Forward Calls to a Cell Phone

FreePBX 101 - Part 9 - How to Forward Calls to a Cell Phone

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  • Updated: 24 Jun 2015
  • views: 14314
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This is a short video, but a very important feature! How to use Misc. Destinations to forward calls to external phone numbers (mostly used for cell phones). FreePBX 101 - Part 1: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LsfqSnGZ3dI FreePBX 101 - Part 2: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xBny4hKCM3A FreePBX 101 - Part 3: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WgWovGKz5v4 FreePBX 101 - Part 4: https://youtu.be/uNlygMYvNlk FreePBX 101 - Part 5: https://youtu.be/aFrMecTpoyk FreePBX 101 - Part 6: https://youtu.be/EH5XrhtUiSo FreePBX 101 - Part 7: https://youtu.be/YXNTlA3kPWI FreePBX 101 - Part 8: https://youtu.be/8ht-26pBOko Visit http://CrosstalkSolutions.com for FreePBX support, installation, and consulting. Legal mumbo jumbo: FreePBX® is a Registered Trademark of Sangoma Technologies.
https://wn.com/Freepbx_101_Part_9_How_To_Forward_Calls_To_A_Cell_Phone
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