[CALUG] Fwd: Asterisk PBX VOIP Telephone Software

Rob randspayne at comcast.net
Fri Nov 4 23:53:16 CST 2005

There will be a presentation on Asterisk at Shmoocon in January.   
 From the web site (www.shmoocon.org)

"Asterisk: VoIP for the Masses" (Build It!)

Asterisk is both an open source toolkit for telephony applications  
and a full-featured PBX. Asterisk is quickly following in the  
footsteps of Apache, sendmail and icecast. This session provides an  
overview of Asterisk and provides examples of scenarios where  
Asterisk can supplant traditional, expensive, proprietary PBX  
technology. It also provides an overview of the Asterisk community  
and how it has developed over the years. The content is presented in  
an easy to digest format that is suitable for both beginners as well  
as seasoned phreaks.

Gregory Boehnlein is VP of N2Net, a provider of mission critical  
hosting based in Cleveland, Ohio. In addition to 10 plus years of  
experience working with telco service providers, Greg is a director  
on the board of the Linux Users Group of Cleveland, an organizer of  
the Ohio Linuxfest Conference and an active Asterisk developer.


On Nov 4, 2005, at 6:31 PM, Kelly Price wrote:

> ---------- Forwarded message ----------
> From: Kelly Price <strredwolf at gmail.com>
> Date: Nov 4, 2005 5:57 PM
> Subject: Re: Asterisk PBX VOIP Telephone Software
> To: Ron Swift <rswift at swiftstaffing.com>, lug at calug.org
> CC: Columbia Area Linux Users Group.
> On 11/4/05, Ron Swift <rswift at swiftstaffing.com> wrote:
>> Do you know of any one with experience setting up and using this  
>> open source
>> software to manage their PBX and VOIP phone systems. We are  
>> looking at
>> switching to VOIP in March 2006.
> Unfortunately no.  Anyone out here on the CALUG list know about the
> Asterisk PBX or played with similar systems?
> --
> Kelly "STrRedWolf" Price
> http://strredwolf.furrynet.com
> --
> Kelly "STrRedWolf" Price
> http://strredwolf.furrynet.com
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