Detailed instructions for installing and configuring software such as Asterisk and Freeswitch from scratch. Our Linux OS of choice is Redhat Enterprise Linux or one of the recompiled versions. If you require our services fell free to contact us.
Kazoo is an open source, scalable, distributed, cloud-based VoIP telephony platform. It is comprised of other open source applications including Kamailio, Freeswitch, and Bigcouch.
Kazoo is designed to handle anything from small offices to small countries. This guide shows how to install an entire Kazoo system on one or more CentOS v6 x64 servers from RPM.
This procedure has been carefully designed to work for a single all-in-one server install or for a multiple server install. It is important to pay attention to the comments along the way for your particular setup.
Changes in this guide include Asterisk 11 which requires at least FreePBX v2.11. Also cdr_mysql module has been deprecated so FreePBX 2.11 adds support for the ODBC method. This install guide adds configurations to enable the new method. You can continue to use the old method for as long as the cdr_mysql module is included in Asterisk and still functional. It's just no longer being maintained by the people at Asterisk. There are a lot of other little changes to this guide too numerous to mention.
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.