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  1. RevennaFox

    PBX Server Guru Help Needed

    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...
  2. Yandri Loor

    Certified Asterisk installation failed

    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 >>> crypt.o:(ast_crypt) >>> referenced by crypt.c:139 >>> crypt.o:(ast_crypt_validate) >>> referenced by...
  3. nerozero

    dahdi is missing a required shared library: libnewt.so

    hello, 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 /usr/local/lib/libnewt.so /usr/local/lib/libnewt.so.0.52.20 /usr/local/lib/libnewt.so.52 I have...
  4. Phishfry

    IP Telephony and home phone

    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...
  5. R

    Use a voice modem as an answering machine?

    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...
  6. Zirias

    OpenVox A810 dahdi driver

    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...
  7. mariourk

    Solved Asterisk SRTP issues

    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...
  8. J

    Asterisk 15.1.2 & pjproject-2.6

    Greetings! :) I try to install Asterisk 15.1.2 from packages, on the FreeBSD 11.1 cd /home/jora_cornev wget http://downloads.asterisk.org/pub/telephony/asterisk/releases/asterisk-15.1.2.tar.gz tar -zxvf asterisk-15.1.2.tar.gz cd asterisk-15.1.2 ./configure But, in the first step arise...
  9. PacketMan

    Deploying a SIP system - on FreeBSD and Android/Apple devices.

    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...
  10. T

    Port Freeswitch PBX software

    Anybody tried porting Freeswitch (https://freeswitch.org/) to FreeBSD?
  11. j4ck

    MPD5 question

    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...
  12. fred974

    Solved VoIP telephony advice

    Hello everyone, 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...
  13. A

    dahdi and digium TDM2400

    Hi! I have: FreeBSD 9.1 amd64 asterisk 1.8 dahdi-2.4.0rc5_6 dahdi-kmod-2.4.0rc5_6 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?
  14. amr

    Dahdi & atcom axe800p‏ (Asterisk on FreeBSD 9)

    Dahdi & atcom axe800p‏ (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...
  15. wblock@

    Asterisk or other PBX hardware

    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...
  16. C

    How to compile Asterisk18+ with gcc46

    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...
  17. T

    Yeastar TDM800 with dahdi-kmod-2.4.0rc5_2

    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...
  18. R

    Small, reliable FXO/fax for FreeBSD telephony

    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...
  19. N

    Failed to Install Asterisk from ports

    Hi all, 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...
  20. N

    dahdi-2.4.0rc5_4 Error message on Install

    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. freeBSD# pwd /usr/ports/misc/dahdi freeBSD# Can anyone help me correct this...
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