2c. Make sure the person/company performing your Asterisk installation
has experience with VoIP security. In terms of risk installing a VoIP
system is not the same as installing regular server.
A compromised PBX can be very expensive, very quickly.
You will find a good overview of SIP Security here
It may help you determine suitability of supplier.
On 27/01/2012 11:49, FRLinux wrote:
>> Meant to respond to that.
>> On Thu, January 26, 2012 9:50 am, Dave Rearden wrote:
>> any recommendations for an irish-based asterisk system supplier? looking
>> for handsets also, deployment of 20-30 users. it's over in the west
>> (galway) so anyone based there would, i guess, be ideal.
>> We in $previous_place used blueface. I found them fairly good on the
> service but a their tech support decreased in quality as they grew. To
> back this claim up, it should be noted our setup was not exactly consumer
> grade. We installed 4 asterisk servers each with a SIP account linked back
> to blueface. Each also had a geo number and one site has about 50+ DIDs
> provided by blueface again. We peered the sites using IAX2 and configured
> dial plans so any extension is routed to the proper server to reach the
>>> would also want this new system to link up with an existing system in
>> dublin (also asterisk), via iax trunk (is that the right phrase?)
>> IAX2 is what you want, configuration is not complicated once you have been
> through it.
>> Let me know if you have any more questions.
>> Dave Rearden
>>>> Systems Administrator
>>>>>>>> *OpenJaw Technologies*
>>>> *T*: + 353 (0) 1 882 5404
>>>> *W*: www.openjawtech.com
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