Asterisk

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Version: 1.6
Date: 08/23/05

1 Introduction
2 Installation
2.1 Hardware Requirements
2.2 Install from ISO
2.3 Install to an existing CentOS 3.5 system
3 Configuration
3.1 Quick start
3.1.1 Set an IP address for your Asterisk@Home box
3.1.2 Configure an extension
3.1.3 Configure a trunk for outbound and inbound calls
3.1.4 Configure Outbound Routing
3.1.5Configuring Incoming Calls
3.2 PSTN interface cards
3.2.1 FXO Cards
3.2.1.1 Digium Wildcard X100P OEM FXO PCI Card
3.2.2 FXS Cards
3.2.2.1 Digium TDM400P FXO/FXS Card
3.2.3 T1/PRI Cards
3.3 VOIP Service Providers
3.3.1 Free World Dialup (FWD)
3.3.2 VoicePulse
3.4 Additional feature not installed by default
3.4.1 FAX to E-mail
4 Phones
4.1 Soft phones
4.1.1 X-Ten
4.1.2sipXphone
4.2 Hard phones
4.2.1 Cisco 7960/7940
4.2.1.1 Setting up a Cisco phone step by step
4.2.2 Polycom
5 Configuring and using Asterisk@Home features
5.1 Conferencing
5.1.1 External access to conferences
5.2 AMP (Asterisk Management Portal)
5.3 DHCP server
5.4 Flash Operator Panel
5.5 FTP server (vsftpd)
5.6 Cisco XML Services
5.7 Music On Hold (mpg123)
5.8 Fax support(SpanDSP)
5.9 xPL
5.10 Sugar CRM
6 Asterisk@Home add-ons
6.1 Click-to-Dial using Microsoft Outlook and AstTapi
6.2 H.323 add-on
6.3 Webmin - web based Linux management
7 Non-standard Hardware
7.1 VIA EPIA 800 mhz board (586 board)
8 Useful Info for Asterisk@Home
8.1 Feature Codes - List
1 Introduction
Asterisk@Home was created to make installing Asterisk easy. Experimenting withAsterisk should be fun and not take hours or days to set up.
2 Installation
2.1 Hardware Requirements
The faster the system you use to run Asterisk the more simultaneous calls it will be able to handle a 500MHz PIII with 128 Megs of RAM should easily meet the needs of the average home use.
2.2 Install from ISO
Download the latest ISO from http://asteriskathome.sourceforge.net and burn it toa CD
Insert the newly created CD into the CD ROM drive of the system on which you want to install Asterisk@Home. Reboot the system and press Enter when prompted.
| Warning |
| This will erase all data on the hard drive of the PC!!! |
After Linux has loaded, the CD will eject. Remove the CD from the system and wait for the system to reboot. Booting the system might take a while, dependingon the speed of your computer. It is necessary for the system to build from source, so be patient.
Once this process is complete, log in to your new Asterisk@Home system with the following username and password:

(userUser: root, password: password)
| Caution |
| Change your root password immediately by typing passwd as this minimizes the chance of your
Asterisk@Home system beinghacked!! |
2.3 Install to an existing CentOS 3.5 system
If you have problems with the ISO you can install onto an existing CentOS server.
Download  CentOS 3.5 ISOs from the CentOS Mirrors

Make a directory to install from, put the install file there, and install.
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mkdir /var/aah_load
-------------------------------------------------cp asteriskathome-1.5.tar.gz /var/aah_load
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cd /var/aah_load
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tar xvfz asteriskathome-1.5.tar.gz
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./install.sh
3 Configuration
Once you have installed your Asterisk@Home systemyou can start the configuration process. First register a phone to an extension. Next configure a trunk to make outbound calls and receive incoming calls.
3.1 Quick start
3.1.1 Set an IP address for your Asterisk@Home box
To configure Asterisk@Home you will need access to the Web GUI.
If you log into the console you will get a message which displays the IP address of your Asterisk@Home...
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