Hi All, I want to make own ip pbx server for our office with need to call local extension through soft dialer. How to make this system without any pstn provider.
reinventing the wheel. roll your own telephony will suck up an infinite supply of your time and energy, and likely end up with a system that noone but you can understand and manage. you’ll still need a PSTN
provider if you want to be able to make/receive outside calls from this system.
and yeah, asterisk.org is the building block that enables all this wonderful stuff
Hi, Thanks for your advise. I want to make calls and receive calls only internal head office and branch office only using desktop sip dialer. So how to make it.
its very complicated, every system is different, read, and learn, and put together the pieces you need.
or hire someone who does that stuff.
Hi, Thanks for your suggestion. I have install asterisk now and i opened web gui. After that how do i install extension and choose the device .
I bet there’s an Asterisk mailling list. This one is CentOS, and Asterisk isn’t really in scope.
Thank you all.
You’ll want a SIP or IAX2 provider for your Asterisk PBX to connect to.
+1 for pursuing further telephony questions on an Asterisk list
While it can be complicated, it does not need to be. Others have done the hard part. See the articles @ http://nerdvittles.com/
His stuff is Asterisk based and has saved me a lot of time and headaches over the years.
That is always a possibility also.
anyone checked elastix ?
Without getting into a long off topic discussion about one Asterisk distro over another, the only thing I will say is that I prefer the nerdvittles stuff over elastix, freepbx, AsteriskNOW, etc. because Ward Mundy (The guy behind nerdvittles) and friends have done an enormous amount of the leg work required to make this stuff “Just work”.
The other Asterisk distros while they have a lot of pros and cons do not have the large pre-configured feature set that I need.
That is not to say the Nerdvittles stuff is perfect because it is far from it. It is just that for my usage it is the best fit I could find.
Check out ScopTel: http://www.axis-voip.com/solutions.html
I’ve had a good experience with http://www.trixbox.com/