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Title: Few Asterisk suggestions
Post by: archived on March 10, 2005, 08:40:20 am
Hi,

since I'm using Asterisk a lot, I'd like to give some pointers that could be useful - but you probably already know all of these:
- web configuration  - there is quite interesting project going on for web configuration interface - it is made for newbies - http://amp.coalescentsystems.ca/

Currently it is under heavy development but next release will probably be more than enough for use under Pluto.

I'm suggesting this cause I see Pluto also in Small company environment that has some higher demands on VOIP telephony. Unfotunately it's made for stable version, but it seems like running under HEAD too.

I saw that you're using Asterisk with Realtime for extensions, but there could be some other usefull stuff in AMP, like recording prompts, call routings, ....

- FOP (Flash operator panel) - www.asternic.org
Very useful as operator panel and also as control tool. It has client and server written in Perl & ming and maybe it's good base to do something similar with Pluto floorplans...

Regards,

Tinia.
Title: Few Asterisk suggestions
Post by: archived on May 09, 2006, 01:58:47 pm
Asterisk Management Portal is implemented in Pluto. Go to Advanced Tab -> Configuration -> Phones Setup.
Title: Few Asterisk suggestions
Post by: archived on May 09, 2006, 03:31:35 pm
Quote from: "razvan.p"
Asterisk Management Portal is implemented in Pluto. Go to Advanced Tab -> Configuration -> Phones Setup.

Hi,

thanks for info. Original post is dated over a year ago. It was at that time, when Asterisk didn't yet have any AMP under Pluto .....

Regards,

Rob.
Title: Few Asterisk suggestions
Post by: archived on November 03, 2006, 08:28:59 pm
FYI,
AMP project has been renamed and revamped.
freePBX has tons of new features and is modular.

Regards,
Corey
Title: FreePBX
Post by: archived on December 29, 2006, 04:07:27 pm
I agree. AMP is a little outdated and FreeBPX would be a nice addition.