Don't have any direct experience with it, but heard (via a FLOSS Weekly
podcast) about Askozia, which seems to be a
cut-down/low-resources/easy-to-use Asterik variant?
>From their blurb:
"Askozia®PBX is a complete telephone system. It can speak to nearly any
telephony technology in the world and is configured via a highly intuitive
WebGUI. Designed to run on low-resource systems, this is embedded
"In less than 20MB we've packed: our Linux distribution, our
multilingual WebGUI, multilingual language prompts, music-on-hold,
conferencing and voicemail. As well as more than 160 Asterisk® modules
which can be configured for custom solutions."
On Mon, 9 Aug 2010, Niall O Broin wrote:
> I want to set up a PBX at home. I have some previous experience with Asterisk, but that knowledge is so stale now, I may as well be starting again. My requirements are fairly simple:
>> A couple of trunks supplied by Blueface (currently terminating on a Linksys WRTG54P2).
>> N extensions, N << 10.
>> I have no phone line, so no FXO ports needed.
>> I'd like something I can easily install on an existing Ubuntu box (it's a little FIT PC, with no CD drive, so installing a new distribution would be a bit tedious). I guess the quickest way to get going would be something like Trixbox, except for previous comments about installation. I've been reading a bit about Freeswitch, but its main benefits over Asterisk seem to be scalability, not really a concern for me in this case.
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