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  • #41274

    I am not a Linux Admin and will have great difficulty configuring Asterisk.

    Is Asterisk accessible via a Web Interface just as AsteriskNOW is?
    If not, are their plane to include an Asterisk Web Interface?

    #47106

    uniquegodwin
    Member

    Hi,
    This place is a zeroshell firewall forum….so,i’m not sure if you would find many people who know about asterix here.
    Cheers!

    #47107

    uniquegodwin
    Member

    Hi,
    Perhaps you are asking the right question..
    Check this out..
    http://www.zeroshell.net/eng/forum/viewtopic.php?t=723#2016
    Itseems like they’re planning to include integration with asterisk.
    Cheers!

    #47108

    Zeroshell Asterisk update

    Zeroshell Asterisk update is available via the link http://www.zeroshell.net/eng/patch-details/#C000

    Zeroshell’s on-line updates

    Code (date): C000 (November 6, 2008)
    Description: Asterisk VoIP PBX
    Release: 1.0.beta11 1.4.22
    Download: http://www.zeroshell.net/listing/C000-Asterisk-1.4.22.beta11.tar.bz2

    Installation:
    1) cd /Database
    2) wget http://www.zeroshell.net/listing/C000-Asterisk-1.4.22.beta11.tar.bz2
    3) tar xvfj C000-Asterisk-1.4.22.beta11.tar.bz2
    4) cd C000
    5) ./install.sh

    Question(s)

    Is Zeroshell Asterisk accessible via a Web Interface within Zeroshell, similar to AsteriskNOW?
    If not, are their plane to include an Asterisk Web Interface for Asterisk in Zeroshell?

    #47109

    imported_fulvio
    Participant

    At the moment Asterisk is included as external package and you need to manually configure the file in the directory /etc/asterisk.
    I am going to build an Asterisk web interface as soon as possible.

    Regards
    Fulvio

    #47110

    WAHOO!!!!

    That is great news.
    I just downloaded and printed “Asterisk – The Future of Telephony – 2nd Edition” and it is 604 pages of cross eyed reading.

    #47111

    zerotester
    Member

    @fulvio wrote:

    At the moment Asterisk is included as external package and you need to manually configure the file in the directory /etc/asterisk.
    I am going to build an Asterisk web interface as soon as possible.

    Regards
    Fulvio

    More than one year after release of 1.4, any news?

    The Asterisk has moved to 1.6 or even further with 1.8. It would be great if we could catch up with the pace. Or would be more better give some hints/notes on the compilation of Asterisk in Zeroshell.

    BR

    0tester

    #47112

    Anonymous
    Member

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    #47113

    tsone
    Member

    I’m a bit curious as well. Is there a future with Asterix and Zeroshell?

    #47114

    mgibbons
    Member

    Despite Fulvios statement that he is intending to write one, i do not think that it necesarily should be included.

    Zeroshell is an excellent router/fireewall/vpn box and i cannot see any relavance to it being an asterisk box aswell.

    Indeed i would certainly run asterisk on a seperate machine or virtual machine. There is no benefit of running asterisk on your zeroshell edge router.

    My feeling is that concentarting on routing/authentication functions would be better i.e.

    OSPF
    ntop integration
    snmp
    More configurable radius
    pppoe server

    Why do you want asterisk on it?

    KR’s

    Mark

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