This guide covers the installation of Asterisk® from source on CentOS. Changes in this guide compared to previous guides include the use of Asterisk v12 & v13, Freepbx v12, and the addition of the pjsip library.
This guide covers the installation of Asterisk® from source on Ubuntu. Changes in this guide compared to previous guides include the use of Ubuntu v14, Asterisk v12 & v13, Freepbx v12, and the addition of the pjsip library.
A Kamailio supernode is a SIP router capable of user authentication and status tracking among other things. It can be used to create a private secure peer-to-peer SIP service similar to Skype™ for example. It can also be used to connect to other nodes, gateways, PBX's etc. Siremis appears to currently be the best GUI for use with Kamailio.
Kazoo is an open source, scalable, distributed, cloud-based VoIP telephony platform. It is designed to handle anything from small offices to small countries. Kazoo relies heavily on other mature, stable, open source applications including Kamailio, Freeswitch, and Bigcouch.
This guide shows how to install an entire Kazoo system on one or more CentOS v6 x64 servers from RPM. It can be used for testing and development or production scenarios.
This guide includes every detail in the form of step by step instructions from basic OS to a running Freeswitch + Bluebox VoIP PBX in about 1 hour. In this guide we install Freeswitch and Bluebox manually from source.
This guide will show how to install A2Billing v2.x on a Redhat Enterprise Linux v6 based system. It is assumed you already have Linux and Asterisk and FreePBX installed using a procedure similar to this one. It is also assumed you have compiled asterisk realtime driver module (res_config_mysql) by selecting it in asterisk menuselect before compiling asterisk. We do not cover the installation of the callback daemon.