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January 16, 2007

VoIP Powering Your Office: AsteriskNOW, the Friendlier Asterisk (Part 1 and 2)

Filed under: rPath, VOIP — tuxicity @ 5:46 pm

The AsteriskNOW beta was released with much fanfare. AsteriskNOW is a complete Asterisk-plus-Linux implementation. That is, it comes with a Web-based administration interface, the Asterisk code, and the operating system system, all rolled up into a single nice neat bundle. This is designed to spare us from the toil and horrors of assembling an Asterisk server from scratch, which admittedly is a bit of a job—as we’ve already discovered.

VoIP Powering Your Office: AsteriskNOW, the Friendlier Asterisk, part 1
VoIP Powering Your Office: AsteriskNOW, the Friendlier Asterisk, Part 2

4 Comments »

  1. Asterisk is free and open source by the way.

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