Lots of folks like to build their own Asterisk boxes for SOHO and SMB VoIP. Michael Graves shows us the many inexpensive hardware options that are available.
If you want the power of Asterisk but would rather not wrestle with Linux and command lines, Jazinga could be your ticket to an easy-to-use VoIP PBX.
Asterisk creator Digium and Skype today announced the beta version of Skype For Asterisk.
Part 2 of the series details the integration of a Portech MV-370 VoIP GSM Gateway both standalone and with an Asterisk PBX.
In Part 1 of a two part series, Michael Graves shows you wow to reach out and touch the world by adding a cellular trunk line to an Asterisk-based VoIP system.
Part 1 of this series covered VoIP basics and introduced the topic of Quality of Service. This time, we look at Traffic Shaping and Power Considerations.
(HUNTSVILLE, AL) Asterisk creator Digium today announced what it calls
its "first software appliance", aimed at getting an Asterisk-based VoIP
PBX up and running within 30 minutes.
AsteriskNOW is an open source distribution based on the recently released
Asterisk 1.4, featuring a Digium-designed GUI. It includes a new setup wizard
that guides users through the installation process "regardless of any previous
Linux experience" and includes all the Linux components necessary to run,
debug and build Asterisk.
The Asterisk open source Voice over IP (VoIP) PBX is usually set up on a standalone PC. But Michael Graves shows how the combination of a special Asterisk distribution and a single board computer can provide a compact, quiet and low-power alternative.
While using Asterisk to answer your calls is admittedly overkill, it's a great way to get acquainted with this powerful open source VoIP application. Matt Kaatman takes you step-by-step through the process.
What Vonage did for the individual callers, Asterisk does for SOHO and small biz users looking an easy to install and use VoIP PBX. Jonathan Ghazarian takes a look at the more user-friendly version of this popular open source application.