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Год выпуска: 2009
Автор: Alex Robar
Издательство: Packt Publishing
Качество: eBook (изначально компьютерное)
Количество страниц: 292
Описание: FreePBX is an easy-to-use GUI that controls and manages Asterisk. It gives you pre-programmed functionality accessible through user-friendly web interfaces that allows you to have a fully functional PBX pretty much straight away with no programming. With this book it's easy to master the many features of FreePBX, which will help you to save time and money as you set up your enterprise-class network.
This book will guide you through these features to install, configure, and maintain a professional PBX with plenty of examples and screenshots. By the end of this book, you will have learned to create an enterprise-class VoIP PBX that features the stability and feature set of traditional telephony systems without the hefty price tag.
This book will help its readers to roll out a robust, web-based, and inexpensive yet powerful telephony solution through the GUI. By following the practical examples in this book, you will learn how to install, configure, and manage an enterprise-class PBX using open source telephony tools Asterisk and FreePBX. From here on, this book takes a closer look at the open source telephony engine software, discussing a broad range of topics from how to build and deploy an enterprise-class VoIP PBX to creating VoIP trunks using SIP, IAX2, and ZAP technologies and setting up user extensions with voicemail. FreePBX 2.5 Powerful Telephony Solutions will introduce you to advanced options such as call routing, voicemail, and other calling features. Finally, this book will provide you with the relevant information to help you personalize and secure your PBX.
What you will learn from this book
Install, update and maintain FreePBX modules using the online module repository on popular Linux distributions
Configure user accounts and extensions with voicemail in minutes
Set up SIP, IAX2, and ZAP telephone handsets
Configure analog and VoIP trunks to other VoIP systems or voice providers
Reduce telephony expenses using least cost routing for outbound calls
Configure enterprise-class features such as voicemail, least-cost routing, and digital receptionists
Design sophisticated call group and queues, allowing inbound callers to reach groups of phones in a priority sequence
Personalize your PBX by changing the default music-on-hold, recording custom voice prompts, and customizing feature codes/star codes
Record calls selectively and maintain call recordings
Back up and restore system configuration
Secure your PBX against intrusion by managing MySQL passwords, FreePBX administrative accounts, account permissions, and unauthenticated calls