Citat Bryan O'Donoghue <typedef at eircom.net>:
> What I have is two Equinox multi modems (supported under 2.4) and any
> number of ATX boxes to play with.
>> There are three line simulators in the building.
>> Once of which is a very interesting looking thing called a Micro Sevel
> LS200 Mini-pbx simulator, unfortunately it's on lone from Qa and I can't
> keep it and the rest of the time I have to fight over the other two line
> simulators with the other R&D, Tech Support and QA people.
>>> But, it occurs to me, if I'm understanding right, Asterisk is a magical
> bit of software with will do PBX on a Linux system for me and since I
> have access to two four port equinox multi modems... shouldn't it be
> possible for me to build my own PBX? Or... am I suffering from being in
> work at 11pm on a Saturday night delusions?
Surely, Asterisk should do the job, but i'm not sure, if your equinox multi
modems are supported.
Asterisk supports (PSTN wise) two pstn chipsets (Motorola and Intel), a good
range of ISDN cards and of course PRI interfaces. Once you've confirmed, that
your hardware is supported you will have a full featured PBX with Voicemail,
call conferencing, full VoIP capability and loads of other fancy features.
One thing is to add: If you want to work with Asterisk it'll take quite some
reading and effort to get going. Asterisk is versatile, which also makes the
learning curve quite steap.
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