Tagged: voip

Jabberd2 notes 0

Jabberd2 notes

Jabberd2 can definitely be annoying to install with all of it’s pre-requiste requirements and not having a debian package for the latest jabberd2 (2.1.17 at this time) isn’t really adding much fun to it. On a Debian Etch system (and possibly Ubuntu) it is required to have the following packages installed as a requirement to build jabberd2:  OpenSSL support libssl-dev (>= 0.9.6b) libssl0.9.8 openssl apt-get install libssl-dev libssl0.9.8 openssl  ...

OpenSER and FreeRADIUS integration 0

OpenSER and FreeRADIUS integration

This hectic procedure requires some tweaking and patching but most of the information and relevant files can be found at [url=http://cdrtool.ag-projects.com/freeradius/]http://cdrtool.ag-projects.com/freeradius/[/url] Basically, freeradius must include the dictionary.sip information, be patched against the rlm_sql module which requires tweaking for supporting the Acct-Status-Type ( = 15 error message) and ofcourse the sql.conf must be updated with queries relevant to sip sessions (this means that the database scheme must also be altered, more...

FreeSWITCH – A new revolution in VoIP? 0

FreeSWITCH – A new revolution in VoIP?

I’ve stumbled upon the word FreeSWITCH during a research I was conducting the last few days and as it turns out, FreeSWITCH is a soft-switch application designed with modularity in mind. It can act as a full-blown PBX or regular soft-switch for routing actions. It integrates with Jabber (googletalk), SIP, H323, IAX naturally. Seems like it is still in early development but looks like a promising new voip application never-the-less....

HUD Manager module for FreePBX 0

HUD Manager module for FreePBX

HUD is very cool to use for monitoring users and handling a small call center but there’s no easy way to export only the extensions you want to be enabled in it. So at first I wrote a hudtool.sh script to go over sip_additional.conf and export everything to hud’s users.xml file. The hudtool.sh was nice and useful but hardly handy since you couldn’t really filter easily the extensions you want...

Hudlite on Ubuntu Desktop 0

Hudlite on Ubuntu Desktop

When VoIP meets your Linux desktop! A complete call center integration into the Linux Desktop with Asterisk VoIP PBX. [url=http://www.enginx.com/sites/default/files/2006/12/hud-screen.jpg][img]http://www.enginx.com/sites/default/files/2006/12/hud-screen.thumbnail.jpg[/img][/url]

Hylafax + Iaxmodem on pure Asterisk/FreePBX (replacing (rt)fax) 0

Hylafax + Iaxmodem on pure Asterisk/FreePBX (replacing (rt)fax)

Steps that should be taken to replace (rt)fax which comes with a default asterisk/freepbx install with iaxmodem+hylafax solution. The whole procedure was done on a debian testing/unstable with asterisk and freepbx (2.1.0) installed. install hylafax related tools: apt-get install hylafax-client hylafax-doc hylafax-server install iax related libraries (we’re installing libiax and spandsp libraries) apt-get install libiax-dev libiax0 libiaxclient-dev libspandsp-dev libspandsp1 install iaxmodem apt-get install iaxmodem Installation complete, let’s move on to...



The guys at Fonality didn’t care enough to get a .deb package for us debian guys so here’s a quick copy and paste guide to get hudlite-server installed on debian (unstbale in my case). Perl module dependencies: apt-get update apt-get install libnet-dns-perl apt-get install libxml-parser-perl libxml-simple-perl apt-get install libpoe-component-client-dns-perl libpoe-filter-ircd-perl libpoe-filter-xml-perl libpoe-perl libpoe-component-client-dns-perl libacme-poe-knee-perl IRCd install: apt-get install ircd-hybrid mv /etc/ircd-hybrid/ircd.conf /etc/ircd-hybrid/ircd.conf.orig nano /etc/ircd-hybrid/ircd.conf make sure it looks like this:#...

CoffeShops Billed VoIP Services 0

CoffeShops Billed VoIP Services

Great guide by silverboss on howtoforge.com for building up a billed voip solution based on asterisk and other open source solutions in order to provide telephony solutions http://howtoforge.com/voip_xorcom_rapid_asterisk_starshop_oss