On 9 Aug 2010, at 10:39, Colm Buckley wrote:
> Plain Old Asterisk (as supplied in Ubuntu), for a system of the scale you're talking, is probably still the easiest thing to get up and running; there's only really three config files you need to get started and you can add additional functionality later once you have the basics running.
Fairy 'nuff - I just remember the mountain Asterisk was to climb whe I first used it, and was wondering was there anything simpler for simple needs.
> How are your extensions going to be talking to it? SIP, or FXS?
SIP. I do have some FXS cards kicking around, but they're about twice the size of the FIT PC ;-)
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