windows based pbx?

Discussion in 'VOIP' started by hank, Oct 19, 2004.

  1. hank

    hank Guest

    hello does any one know of any open source windows based pbx? I have
    messed around with asterisk on linux but don't like it to well cause
    it don't have a gui interface. any help is greatly appreciated thanks
    hank
    hank, Oct 19, 2004
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  2. hank

    Nortec in MN Guest

    What are your needs?

    "hank" <> wrote in message
    news:...
    > hello does any one know of any open source windows based pbx? I have
    > messed around with asterisk on linux but don't like it to well cause
    > it don't have a gui interface. any help is greatly appreciated thanks
    > hank
    Nortec in MN, Oct 20, 2004
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    567.07.07 Guest

    hank napisa³(a):

    [...]

    You mean: asterisk on windows. Is possible, try seek
    this by google.

    R,
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    567.07.07, Oct 20, 2004
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  4. hank

    Glitch Guest

    On Wed, 20 Oct 2004 23:38:00 +0200, 567.07.07 wrote:

    > hank napisaù(a):
    >
    > [...]
    >
    > You mean: asterisk on windows. Is possible, try seek
    > this by google.
    >
    > R,


    He may search for it with Google but there is no way he can find such a
    thing.
    The only available Asterisk on windows (AstWind from N2Net) can only be
    used as a Voice over IP application; and btw you can run Asterisk on
    windows but itÿs not based on windows.
    ;-)
    Glitch, Oct 21, 2004
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  5. hank

    hank Guest

    just something I can run for home use. not for business use. thanks hank
    hank, Oct 21, 2004
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  6. hank

    hank Guest

     I also can't navigate the command interface with my screen reader.
    that is why I prefer gui interfaces as a blind computer with a screen
    reader gui interfaces
    work alot better and also you have to run astwind via a dos prompt and
    dos promt or in xp there known as command prompts and my screen reader
    don't work
    well togeather. thanks hank
    hank, Oct 23, 2004
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    Jeroen Guest

    Your best options for a home use ip-pbx to run on windows are:

    1. Brekeke Ondo - sip server (free for home use) and ip-pbx (1 month
    trial, 10 user lisence relatvely cheap). You can use ip phones such as
    the cisco 7960, etc and softphone such as the x-ten.

    2. Ahead SIPSTARR ip pbx - trial download for free, you can use their
    SIPPS client trial download softphone and buy it for EUR 19 each,
    though not too much support for ip phones.

    3. SNOM4S - trial download available, support for both softphones and
    ip phones.

    4. mysip.ch from Siemens has some software but I have not been able to
    take a close look at it.

    I think that this should give you some alternatives. The Brekeke ondo
    sip server and ip pxs are configured with explorer, so relatively easy
    to maintain and has a good support site in case you have configuration
    problems.

    I hope this helps, let me know if you require additional input.

    Rgds
    Jeroen
    Jeroen, Oct 31, 2004
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  8. hank

    pochi Guest


    >
    > 1. Brekeke Ondo - sip server (free for home use) and ip-pbx (1 month
    > trial, 10 user lisence relatvely cheap). You can use ip phones such as
    > the cisco 7960, etc and softphone such as the x-ten.
    >

    Recently, 'Brekeke OnDO PBX
    (http://www.brekeke.com/en/products/pbx_en.html) changed its capacity
    The latest version of it offers 40 user capacity.

    I use OnDO PBX and SIP Server for connecting voice providers.
    also I can make a call between behind NATs by this system

    --
    poch
    http://forums.speedguide.ne
    pochi, Dec 7, 2004
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