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Voicemail notifications with Asterisk and Google Voice

Permalink 07/29/10 23:12, by Ryan, Categories: Geekery, Howto , Tags: , , , , , , , , , ,
We use Asterisk 1.4 for our home telephone system, with FreePBX 2.7 as the front end.  This allows great flexibility to do strange things, although a home PBX is certainly a little overkill for a two-person, three-bedroom urban house. Recently, I decided to give Google Voice a spin for voicemail processing… more »
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Revisited: Asterisk and FreePBX under Ubuntu 9.10 and Lighttpd on a Linode VPS

Permalink 12/06/09 18:42, by Ryan, Categories: Geekery, Howto , Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,
I originally wrote this howto for Ubuntu 9.04 (Jaunty) a few months before Ubuntu 9.10 (Karmic) was released. I happen to have a spare system lying around, so I figure I might as well update this for 9.10! Enjoy. FreePBX is a popular front end for… more »
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Asterisk and FreePBX under Ubuntu 9.04 and Lighttpd on a Linode VPS

Permalink 08/03/09 20:19, by Ryan, Categories: Geekery, Howto , Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,
FreePBX is a popular front end for the Asterisk PBX system written in PHP. It adapts the complex yet very flexible Asterisk configuration system into something easier to use (yet still very extensible). When I worked for a business-class VoIP provider… more »
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Linode, Zaptel, and Asterisk: Home Phone System 4.0

Permalink 03/21/08 10:59, by Ryan, Categories: Geekery, Howto , Tags: , , , , , , , ,
... or: Checking whether build environment is sane ... build environment is grinning and holding a spatula. Guess not.I've decided that one of my projects for this weekend is building a nice new home phone system. Right now, we're using basic flat-r… more »
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