I guess I should probably start by explaining what I'm trying to do. I have a pair of Grandstream HandyTone analog telephone adapters that I need to work with incoming and outgoing calls to a SIP trunking provider over Asterisk running on a remote FreeBSD server. The ATAs are behind NAT, the...
hi i am trying to install Certified Asterisk 16 - LTS but i have a crypt_r error
ld: error: undefined symbol: crypt_r
>>> referenced by crypt.c:124
>>> referenced by crypt.c:139
>>> referenced by...
today after running check I have found this message:
# pkg check -Bsdr
Checking all packages: 100%
dahdi is missing a required shared library: libnewt.so
# locate libnewt.so
I have not used much online services like Skype, but I would like to do a mostly hardware IP Telephone solution.
With the impending 3G shutdown I need to revert back to telephones.
What is a step-up from MagicJack? One line for home use. I might like an oldschool RJ11 handset too.(Is MagicJack...
Strange question: Is anyone using their FreeBSD machine as an answering machine, using a voice modem?
Here's why I'm asking. Our traditional landline phone connection at home has been a little unreliable (long story), including the phone company turning voice mail on and off. Which is really...
Some time ago, I bought an OpenVox A810 PCIe card for my new server, to continue using old POTS phones with IP telephony. Where I bought it, it was claimed to work with Linux and FreeBSD. Unfortunately, I then had to wait very long for my new DSL line at the new home ... now it's too late to...
I'm trying to setup Asterisk in a FreeBSD jail. I'm not calling myself an expert, but I do have experience with managing Asterisk in Ubuntu, Debian and even a Raspberry Pi. So, I know where I want to go.
I have the basics working and I can make calls, but only when I disable encryption. As soon...
I try to install Asterisk 15.1.2 from packages, on the FreeBSD 11.1
tar -zxvf asterisk-15.1.2.tar.gz
But, in the first step arise...
So I am considering a project for the winter. I want to build my own 'private domain' SIP system for me and me family. I am thinking (dreaming) of a system where my FreeBSD server runs the SIP services, and my various devices provide the SIP clients. I am thinking/hoping I can do VoIP, video...
We are trying to implement a native ppp protocol support for DADHI driver. Currently mpd5 is responsible for some protocols such as ppp.
I have a question here, what is the need of using an user-land program like mpd5? Isn't it possible to take the control of ppp support in the DAHDI driver...
I have been asked to start looking into creating a VoIP server to save our company money. My experience using VoIP is reduced to Skype. So I do not have a good starting point here. I wonder if anyone could tell me what sort of things I need to get this project off the ground...
FreeBSD 9.1 amd64
The TDM400 card (compatible with Digium) works without problems. The task is to put the card TDM2400 compatible 100% with Digium. If a man works, write, what could be the problem?
Dahdi & atcom axe800pâ€ (Asterisk on FreeBSD 9)
I hope you are doing well, I am posting new thread regarding DAHDI I've got ATCOM AXE800P Card I've FreeBSD 9.1-RELEASE installed and net/asterisk here is my pciconf -lv
none2@pci0:5:0:0: class=0x078000 card=0x0003b500 chip=0x0001e159 rev=0x00...
What is the minimum needed phone line interface to set up Asterisk or other PBX software as a glorified answering machine in the US? POTS/land line. PCIe card preferred, PCI card okay, external box if necessary.
Software wise, I just want to set up something like email: some numbers ring...
Neither asterisk18 (net/asterisk) nor asterisk10 (net/asterisk10) can currently be compiled with gcc46. If you try, you will encounter this link error:
/usr/local/bin/ld: asterisk: local symbol `__progname' in /usr/lib/crt1.o is referenced by DSO
/usr/local/bin/ld: final link failed: Bad value...
I don't know where else to post the question but I have a Yeastar TDM800 card and am trying to set up Asterisk on FreeBSD. Now the card does not get picked up by the dahdi-freebsd-complete-2.4.0-rc5+2.4.0-rc1 package.
Now I know the package has been ported from the Linux one and I'm sure the...
I need a single-port FXO to plug in a single POTS line. Budget is tight, and requirements are not too high - essentially good hardware for a small installation:
Single-lane PCIe (internal) preferable, USB (external) acceptable. PCI no good.
One jack which connects the wall to the back of...
I want to build a VoIP server using asterisk. Its ports location is : /usr/ports/net/asterisk. However, I always failed when installing it and it said:
===> Vulnerability check disabled, database not found
===> License check disabled, port has not defined LICENSE
===> Found saved...
When I try to install the DAHDI ports...I get the following:
freeBSD# make install
===> dahdi-2.4.0rc5_4 requires firmware(9) support for kernel modules with hyphens.
*** Error code 1
Stop in /usr/ports/misc/dahdi.
Can anyone help me correct this...