Asterisk VOIP setup (on the office side)

Discussion in 'VOIP' started by Orc General, May 20, 2005.

  1. Orc General

    Orc General Guest

    Suppose you set an Asterisk server as the gate keeper to your voice line
    with Bell.

    What hardwares do you then set up in the inside (the office) so that you
    have at least a decent phone system for small business setup.
    Lets say I want about 5 phone sets inside the office (one on each desk of
    the business partners, so that when they need to make a phone call they
    would pick up the set, press #9 or whatever and be able to make a call
    outside). What kind of phones do I buy to utilize Asterisk (does it have to
    be voip). What hardware must I buy for the Asterisk server so that it will
    hook up to the bell land line? Can more than one person make call to each
    other internally? Say personA ..dials personB in the other room. By the
    way: I know very very little of PBX hence these simple questions.
     
    Orc General, May 20, 2005
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  2. Orc General

    BlueRinse Guest

    On Thu, 19 May 2005 23:18:55 -0700, Orc General wrote:

    > Suppose you set an Asterisk server as the gate keeper to your voice line
    > with Bell.
    >
    > What hardwares do you then set up in the inside (the office) so that you
    > have at least a decent phone system for small business setup. Lets say I
    > want about 5 phone sets inside the office (one on each desk of the
    > business partners, so that when they need to make a phone call they would
    > pick up the set, press #9 or whatever and be able to make a call outside).
    > What kind of phones do I buy to utilize Asterisk (does it have to be
    > voip). What hardware must I buy for the Asterisk server so that it will
    > hook up to the bell land line? Can more than one person make call to
    > each other internally? Say personA ..dials personB in the other room. By
    > the way: I know very very little of PBX hence these simple questions.


    These contain all the answers and more:
    http://www.onlamp.com/pub/a/onlamp/2003/07/03/asterisk.html
    http://www.onlamp.com/pub/a/onlamp/2004/01/22/asterisk2.html
     
    BlueRinse, May 24, 2005
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