Wednesday, October 3, 2012

AsteriskWin32 - Open source PBX and VoIP for Windows.

Asterisk is a software implementation of a telephone private branch exchange (PBX); it was created in 1999 by Mark Spencer of Digium. Like any PBX, it allows attached telephones to make calls to one another, and to connect to other telephone services including the public switched telephone network (PSTN) and Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) services. Its name comes from the asterisk symbol, “

Run under NT/2000/XP
Download, run : AsteriskWin32Setup-0.66.exe
By default AsteriskWin32 is installed in a directory named cygroot on your system. It will create four subdirs asterisk, bin, lib, tmp. AsteriskWin32 executables are located in bin directory.
If you have already cygwin installed on your system you must install AsteriskWin32 inside cygwin root directory, so change the default cygroot: install directory to your cygwin directory.
Launch PBX Manager F.E. (notes: click here)
Open administration panel: default password: admin
Default Setup:
USERS: Setup your default users: SIP or IAX phones device, password, mailbox, email for extensions:3000-3004
SMTP: Setup your smtp parameters for voicemail delivery. 
PSTN connection: AsteriskWin32 will autodetect your two first avaible voice modems. (channel details)
ISDN connection: AsteriskWin32 will autodetect your first avaible ISDN controller. (channel details)
CELLULAR Network connection: AsteriskWin32 use your soundcard connected to your cellphone. (channel details)

Now you can launch the PBX from the Manager or connect to the PBX running in background.
GUI version: AsteriskWin32 GUI. stay in tray.
Console version: AsteriskWin32 Console. could be installed as a service.
Check on the LOGGER for Errors.
for AsteriskWin32 Applications Notes : click here
Have fun !
for AsteriskWin32 Building Notes: click here

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