- published: 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.
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
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
A detailed video on Generating custom VoIP SIP Packets via Linux C RAW Socket programming. Refer Wiki SIP Protocol: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Session_Initiation_Protocol Download voip_sip.c source-code file discussed in the video: http://www.the-toffee-project.org/index.php?page=39-videos-linux-raw-socket-programming If you are interested to join classes on Networking, Linux, Systems software and software architecture you can contact me via email: kiran -dot- kankipati -at- gmail.com Or for more information kindly visit my TOFFEE open-source website Education Tab: http://www.the-toffee-project.org/index.php/education by Kiran Kankipati, Founder: The TOFFEE Project Website: http://www.the-toffee-project.org --------------- Subscribe to this channel and post your queries on Youtube...
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...
Continuing on from last time, the VoIP guys take their Asterisk Tutorials a step further. This time around we cover the complex topic of compiling, installing and configuring Asterisk. For more information on our turnkey business phones systems and UC solutions, visit our website: https://www.pascom.net/en/
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.
Learn more at http://www.asterisk.org If you're comfortable around C code and you need to get every last ounce of performance out of your Asterisk installations then this is the session for you. The most important before making performance improvements is having a good understanding of where all the time is going currently. In this session I'll provide a survey of different techniques used for figuring out "Why can't my Asterisk system process more calls?" and show how tools like LTTng (Linux Trace Toolkit - next generation) can allow you to trace multiple processes on a single system and across systems, like when you have Asterisk running on one box and your call control scripts running on another. Shaun Ruffell, Linux Kernel Developer, Digium
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...
Installation of Asterisk from source requires compilation tools, dependencies resolution. For being safer, we flush or disable firewall and disable SELinux. Asterisk need DAHDI, libpri, also before its installation. This video demonstrates how to prepare Linux for installation of Asterisk and also how to compile the source and install it and also how to configure it as a service. In this demonstration, CentOS 6.5 on a VM with 1GB ram is used. For links and command refer following URLs: https://codingfreaks.org/tutorials/telephony-with-asterisk/pre-installation https://codingfreaks.org/tutorials/telephony-with-asterisk/installation
Ever wanted to know how to get rid of all those lines of code that repeat themselves over and over again? Today we get yet even more real world like by reducing our business hours dialplan settings to just 2 lines of subroutine coding. In our example, we demonstrate how to use a subroutine to remove the unnecessary lines of dialplan coding when setting up your business hours - although subroutines are by no means limited to solely this function. Important information here is, if you can avoid using the "macro" function, you should, as this option will only provide a depth of seven levels, after which Asterisk will probably crash - use the "GoSub" application instead. For more information on our turnkey business phones systems and UC solutions, visit our website: https://www.pascom....
http://www.xorcom.com - In this video we demonstrate how fast and easy it is to set up an enterprise level Asterisk-based PBX system. In just ten minutes a technician connects a system supporting four PRI lines and 96 FXS analog extensions, complete with analog and IP video phones! The secret to the configuration speed and simplicity is the fact that Xorcom's XPP USB2 drivers are embedded in all standard Asterisk distributions. These drivers enable the PBX to automatically detect the telephony ports. See for yourself!
This is a visualization of the development activity in the main development branch for Asterisk (http://www.asterisk.org/). The video was produced using the code_swarm tool http://vis.cs.ucdavis.edu/~ogawa/codeswarm/). The names you see are developers that have commit access to the Asterisk code base. The dots you see are files. Files swarm around developers that change them. Developers fade away over time as their activity decreases.
Creating New Extension on FreePBX: Step by Step Process Topics Covered: 1. Setting up extensions 2.Types of Extensions 3.Setting up Voicemail 4."Best Practices" for extension creation Thank you for watching!! Please Suscribe, New videos every week. Also let us know if you are interested in anything specific. Visit our website for more information www.voipstarsystems.com
http://www.xorcom.com - See how you can create a fully operational Asterisk server with pre-configured FXS, FXO, BRI, PRI and R2 ports in less than 3 minutes! In this video, we demonstrate how to utilize the free and downloadable Xorcom Rapid™ Live CD program (http://www.xorcom.com/downloads/live-cd-quick-start.html) to create a fully-functional IP-PBX from a standard PC.
Watch a demo video of making inbound and outbound call using Asterisk PBX, Raspberry PI, FreePBX and USB 3G Dongle. I am also selling the USB 8G Card installed with Asterisk 11.0, FreePBX 2.11, Chan Dongle, USB 3G modem Huawei E1550 and sample dialplan that used in this video. Please contact me if you are interested and thanks for watching. I have also selling the kit in Ebay: http://www.ebay.com.sg/itm/Asterisk-PBX-Raspberry-Pi-8GB-SD-Card-/111079053572?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_216&hash=item19dcd3d904