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  • Asterisk@Home Handbook Wiki Chapter 0 About the Project
    • 0.1 Please Donate!!!
    • 0.2 Project Manager
    • 0.3 Handbook & Documentation Editor
    • 0.4 Handbook Wishlist (Please enter your requests here)
    • 0.5 The problem with writing/editing this Handbook.
    • 0.6 Everyone is encouraged to edit this Handbook.
    • 0.7 Liability Disclaimer


  • Asterisk@Home Handbook Wiki Chapter 1 Introduction to Asterisk@Home
    • 1.1 What is Asterisk
    • 1.2 What is Asterisk@Home
    • 1.3 Current list of software in Asterisk@Home.
    • 1.4 Licensing for Asterisk@Home
    • 1.5 Licensing for the Asterisk@Home Handbook Wiki
    • 1.6 Please do not contact Digium for support.


    • 2.1 Hardware Requirements
    • 2.2 Install from an .ISO
    • 2.3 Setting up your Time Zone and/or Keybord Layout
    • 2.4 Install to an existing CentOS 4.2 system
    • 2.5 Setting up your router/firewall to work with Asterisk@Home
      • 2.5.1 What is NAT?
      • 2.5.2 What is a STUN Server?
      • 2.5.3 What is SIP?
        • 2.5.3.1 Setting up your router/firewall so Asterisk@Home can communicate with a VOIP Provider via SIP
        • 2.5.3.2 Setting a remote router/firewall so your remote SIP phones can communicate with your Asterisk@Home Server via SIP
      • 2.5.4 What is IAX?
        • 2.5.4.1 Setting up your router/firewall so Asterisk@Home can communicate with a VOIP Provider or another Asterisk server via IAX through a NAT
        • 2.5.4.2 Setting a remote router/firewall so your remote IAX phones can communicate with your Asterisk@Home Server via IAX through a NAT
      • 2.5.5 How to deal with a constantly changing internet IP address?
        • 2.5.5.1 What is DNS?
        • 2.5.5.2 What is Dynamic DNS?
        • 2.5.5.3 How do I get Dynamic DNS to work?
          • 2.5.5.3.1 Dynamic DNS with router that has DynDNS client built in?
          • 2.5.5.3.2 Dynamic DNS with DynDNS client running on Asterisk@Home?
        • 2.5.5.4 How do I use Dynamic DNS with Asterisk@Home
    • 2.6 Putting your Asterisk@Home Server directly on the internet
    • 2.7 How do I know what versions of software is installed on my Asterisk@Home Server?
    • 2.8 Modifying the A@H branding to something more Corporate friendly.
    • 2.9 Quick Set Up guide. This is to assist with re installs
      • 2.9.1 Securing Asterisk
      • 2.9.2 Rebuilding Zaptel drivers
      • 2.9.3 NAT configuration
      • 2.9.4 Trunk configurations (IAX2/SIP with Telasip)
      • 2.9.5 Outbound routing
      • 2.9.6 Auto Attendant configurations
      • 2.9.7 Updating Asterisk
      • 2.9.8 VMWare Tools installation and configuration
      • 2.9.9 Backing up, migrating and restoring


  • Asterisk@Home Handbook Wiki Chapter 3 Securing your Asterisk@Home server
    • 3.1 Giving your Asterisk@Home Server a static IP address
    • 3.2 Changing your default CentOS Password
    • 3.3 Changing your default AMP Password
    • 3.4 Changing your default FOP Password
    • 3.5 Changing your default MeetMe Password
    • 3.6 Changing your default System Mail Password
    • 3.7 Changing your default Sugar CRM Password
    • 3.8 Securing the ALT-F9 into the Asterisk CLI console #9 feature/security risk
    • 3.9 Placing a password on the Asterisk@Home Splash page
    • 3.10 Changing your default MySQL Password
    • 3.11 Changing your host name
    • 3.12 Updating patches to CentOS
    • 3.13 Backup and restore of Asterisk@Home
      • 3.13.1 Backup
      • 3.13.2 Restore
      • 3.13.3 Backup Storage
    • 3.14 Install APCUPSD UPS Battery backup monitor service

  • Asterisk@Home Handbook Wiki Chapter 4 Using AMP to Configure your Asterisk@Home Server
    • 4.1 What is AMP?
    • 4.2 How does AMP work?
    • 4.3 How to Log into AMP
    • 4.3 Configuring an extension
    • 4.4 Configuring a trunk for outbound and inbound calls
    • 4.5 Configuring Outbound Routing
    • 4.6 Configuring Incoming Calls
    • 4.7 Configuring the digital receptionist
      • 4.7.1 How to connect a caller to a default extension when one is not chosen
    • 4.8 Trunking two Asterisk@Home Servers

  • Asterisk@Home Handbook Wiki Chapter 5 PSTN interface cards
    • 5.1 FXO Cards
      • 5.1.1 Digium Wildcard X100P OEM FXO PCI Card
      • 5.2.1 Cisco / Linksys / Sipura SPA-3000 FXO/FXS Device
    • 5.2 FXS Cards
      • 5.2.1 Digium TDM400P FXO/FXS Card
    • 5.3 T1/PRI Cards
    • 5.4 ISDN Cards
      • 5.4.1 ISDN BRI Cards
        • 5.4.1.1 ISDN BRI Cards with HFC chipset
        • 5.4.1.2 ISDN BRI Cards with HFC chipset
      • 5.4.2 ISDN PRI Cards
        • 5.4.2.1 ISDN PRI Cards, Digium
        • 5.4.2.2 ISDN PRI Cards, Sangoma
    • 5.5 Channel banks

  • Asterisk@Home Handbook Wiki Chapter 6 VOIP Service Providers
    • 6.1 Free World Dialup (FWD)
    • 6.2 Free World Dialup OUT (FWD)
    • 6.3 VoicePulse
    • 6.4 Sixtel
    • 6.5 VoipJet
    • 6.6 MyNetfone - AUSTRALIA
    • 6.7 Telasip
    • 6.8 Exgn LLC
    • 6.9 Gizmo Project / SIPphone
    • 6.10 Iristel
    • 6.11 Voxee
    • 6.12 Gafachi
    • 6.13 Acanac
    • 6.14 Stanaphone
    • 6.15 Vbuzzer
    • 6.16 Broadvoice
    • 6.17 WENGO
    • 6.18 QuantumVoice
    • 6.19 TalkLITE.NET
    • 6.20 Vitelity Communications LLC
    • 6.21 Vonage Business Plus and Vonage Softphone
    • 6.22 Teliax Inc
    • 6.23 Callcentric

  • Asterisk@Home Handbook Wiki Chapter 7 VOIP Phones
    • 7.1 Soft phones
      • 7.1.1 X-Ten Lite
      • 7.1.2 sipXphone
      • 7.1.3 Express Talk
      • 7.1.4 Yate
      • 7.1.5 Idefisk
    • 7.2 Hard phones
      • 7.2.1 Cisco 7960/7940
        • 7.2.1.1 Setting up a Cisco phone step by step
      • 7.2.2 Polycom
        • 7.2.2.1 Why choose Polycom VOIP Phones?
        • 7.2.2.2 How to get Polycom Firmware and SIP Updates
        • 7.2.2.3 Polycom and NATS. Welcome to hell (at least as of 01/20/06)
        • 7.2.2.4 How to use Provisioning (Central Boot Server) to deploy a fleet of Polycoms
          • 7.2.2.4.1 Contents of the Polycom SIP update & Bootrom Zip file
          • 7.2.2.4.2 Create an FTP site and configure your phone to connect to it
          • 7.2.2.4.3 Updating the SIP Application and the Bootrom
          • 7.2.2.4.4 What are those MACADDRESS-*.log files in my FTP Polycom root directory?
          • 7.2.2.4.5 Master Configuration Files
          • 7.2.2.4.6 Application Configuration Files
          • 7.2.2.4.7 Contact Directory Files
        • 7.2.2.5 Suggestions on how to setup Polycom File Provisioning
          • 7.2.2.5.1 Suggestions on editing the sip.cfg file
          • 7.2.2.5.2 Suggestions on editing the MACADDRESS.cfg file
          • 7.2.2.5.3 Suggestions on editing the x1001.cfg file
          • 7.2.2.5.4 Suggestions on Speed Dial and Company Wide Contacts Directory
        • 7.2.2.6 Polycom Cheat Sheet
        • 7.2.2.7 Please put in a product enhancement request at the Polycom Site

  • Asterisk@Home Handbook Wiki Chapter 8 Configuring and using Asterisk@Home extra features
    • 8.1 Conferencing
      • 8.1.1 External access to conferences
    • 8.2 Weather Forecast Dialing
    • 8.3 DHCP server
    • 8.4 Flash Operator Panel (FOP)
      • 8.4.1 Hang-up on a Call
      • 8.4.2 Transfering a Call
      • 8.4.3 Initiating a Call
      • 8.4.4 How to Create a Conference
    • 8.5 FTP server (vsftpd)
    • 8.6 Cisco XML Services
    • 8.7 Music On Hold (mpg123)
    • 8.8 FAX to E-mail
    • 8.8.1 Fax support (SpanDSP)
    • 8.9 xPL
    • 8.10 Sugar CRM
    • 8.11 Festival
    • 8.12 Voicemail
    • 8.13 Connecting to your CentOS Command Line Remotely (Using SSH)
    • 8.14 Open A2Billing
    • 8.15 Bluetooth Presence Detection
    • 8.16 Setting up your NTP Time Server
    • 8.17 Changing *60 to give the exact time
    • 8.18 Sendmail
    • 8.19 DUNDi

  • Asterisk@Home Handbook Wiki Chapter 9 Software that is not installed with Asterisk@Home
    • 9.1 Click-to-Dial using Microsoft Outlook and AstTapi
      • 9.1.1 Download AstTapi and install it
      • 9.1.2 Modifying the "Manager_Custom.conf" file in A@H (don't panic! this is easy!)
      • 9.1.3 Configuring AstTapi in outlook
    • 9.2 H.323 add-on
    • 9.3 Webmin - Web Based Linux Management
    • 9.4 How to use Shorewall Firewall to protect your A@H Server
      • 9.4.1 What is Shorewall
      • 9.4.2 How do I download and Install Shorewall?
      • 9.4.3 How do I configure Shorewall
    • 9.5 How to use IPCOP firewall to protect the A@H Server
    • 9.6 The definitive guide to Sound Card Installation A@H 2.0-2.19.7
    • 9.7 The definitive guide to Sound Card Installation, configuration and usage with A@H 2.2+
    • 9.8 AsteriDex
    • 9.9 AsteriDex II
    • 9.10 Qmail
    • 9.11 Web Admin Interface Upgrade (Admin-UI v2.0)
    • 9.12 NetMgr Network Bandwidth Monitoring

  • Asterisk@Home Handbook Wiki Chapter 10 CentOS Tips, tricks and command line help
    • 10.1 Helpful commands to know in CentOS
    • 10.2 What if I use Non-Standard Hardware?
    • 10.2.1 VIA EPIA 800 mhz board (586 board)




    • 13.1 Coalescent Systems
    • 13.2 Rob Thomas
    • 13.3 Anteil, Inc.
    • 13.4 Baldwin Technology Solutions Inc.
    • 13.5 BESTEK - Computer Retail & Solutions
    • 13.6 Dimi Telecom
    • 13.7 Enhanced Technology Solutions
    • 13.8 Enterux Solutions
    • 13.9 HealthTech
    • 13.10 Intelegent Networks
    • 13.11 Jonathan Roper
    • 13.12 LanXperts, Inc.
    • 13.13 MemonConsulting
    • 13.14 OFB Consulting
    • 13.15 Pibix
    • 13.16 Sound Choice Communications LLC
    • 13.17 Tech Data Pros
    • 13.18 TightWire
    • 13.19 Centritech Solutions
    • 13.20 Net Primates Ltd
    • 13.21 ServicePointe
    • 13.22 SEAQ
    • 13.23 GearyTech Inc.
    • 13.24 Conexys SRL
    • 13.25 Cardiff IT Support Ltd
    • 13.26 Binary Systems, Inc.
    • 13.27 Pbxnw.com
    • 13.28 VisionVoIP Communications Inc.
    • 13.29 Inland I.T. Solutions

Created by: GinelLipan, Last modification: Mon 23 of Apr, 2007 (20:46 UTC) by kerbo


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