Tag Archives: Asterisk

Simple and useful asterisk commands…

Below i am going to document some simple and very useful commands for asterisk. These commands will help you gather important information that can help you diagnose an asterisk based system. First enter the asterisk console: asterisk -vvvvvvvvvr Global Commands … Continue reading

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Simple Asterisk Phone System…

Below I detail how to set up a basic asterisk dial plan with 2 extensions, a SIP Trunk provider, and incoming calls ringing both extensions. in /etc/asterisk/sip.conf add: [100] ; extension 100 username=100 secret=100 host=dynamic nat=yes type=friend qualify=yes context=phones [101] ; extension … Continue reading

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Simple PHP and Asterisk dialplan…

In This post I am just going to publish how to make a simple dial plan in asterisk by sending the call to PHP to process. The application is just going to be the standard asterisk Milliwatt application which answers a call … Continue reading

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Using Asterisk as a Proxy/LCR System..

Introduction. This post is going to briefly cover how to use asterisk to be a proxy between an old ISDN System and a SIP Trunk. This example also shows how to modify the dialed number to add in the area … Continue reading

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Asterisk auto-dial out…

Asterisk call files are structured files which, when moved to the appropriate directory, are able to automatically place calls using Asterisk. Call files are a great way place calls automatically without using more complex Asterisk features like the AGI, AMI, and … Continue reading

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