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SynopsisBayonne is the telephony server of the GNU Telephony project. It offers a free open source, scalable, media independent software environment for development and deployment of computer telephony solutions for use with current and next generation telephone networks.
- #bayonne on irc.freenode.net
Frequently Asked Questions
- 01 Oct 2006 - successful testing of secure RTP support
- 02 Jun 2006 - BayonneXML returns
Supported operating systems
- MacOS X
Supported telephony hardware
- Generally, any CAPI compatible telephony hardware
- How to build, install and use Bayonne with Dialogic under Linux
- How to install Bayonne on Debian Sarge
- How to install and configure Bayonne for SIP
LicensingBayonne is licensed under the GNU General Public License (GPL) version 2 or later.
the strengths of Bayonne:
- Runs on Dialogic, Pika and other widely available hardware
- extremely reliable, mine never crashes
and here are the weaknesses:
- nowhere near as active of a support community as Asterisk has
- configuration of the hardware/drivers is a nightmare compared to Asterisk/Digium
- it is quite limited in it's included apps, IVR and voicemail
- not as many options for scripting as Asterisk
- it was not designed to have full PBX functionality, some PBX functionality is added as afterthought
- the code/organization/flow is not as well thought out or documented as Asterisk is
Note: This review refers to Bayonne 1. Some of the criticisms do not apply to Bayonne 2.
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