Telephony

Newbie’s Guide to Asterisk@Home 2.4: Unabridged Soup-to-Nuts Installation Guide

Newbie’s Guide to Asterisk@Home 2.4: Unabridged Soup-to-Nuts Installation Guide

Wednesday, February 1, 2006

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Here’s the definitive step-by-step guide to quickly installing the latest and greatest version of Asterisk@Home: version 2.4 which includes the CentOS 4.2 version of Linux and Asterisk 1.2.3. In addition, you’ll get an Apache web server, SendMail and Comedian mail servers, MySQL, PHP, phpMyAdmin, SugarCRM, NVfaxdetect and much more. The whole project will take you about 90 minutes to complete, and it’s free of charge.

As Easy As 1-2-3: A Telephone Reminder System for Asterisk

As Easy As 1-2-3: A Telephone Reminder System for Asterisk

Tuesday, January 24, 2006

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Introducing a telephone-based reminder system for Asterisk that lets you schedule delivery of customized reminder messages to any phone number at any date and time in the future. And it’s FREE!

Deploying Voice Over Wi-Fi with Asterisk

Deploying Voice Over Wi-Fi with Asterisk

Wednesday, January 18, 2006

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Today we provide a step-by-step Voice Over WiFi setup using Asterisk@Home. And it’ll work with almost any PC with a single USB port and a compatible WiFi USB stick.

Introducing TeleYapper: Free Asterisk Message Broadcasting System, Part II

Introducing TeleYapper: Free Asterisk Message Broadcasting System, Part II

Wednesday, January 11, 2006

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It’s free software day at Nerd Vittles again, and today we’re pleased to introduce TeleYapper, Part II, an Asterisk-based telephone broadcasting service for neighborhoods, schools, little leagues, fundraisers, municipal governments, and anyone else that just wants to pester folks with annoying, but free, prerecorded phone calls. Today we hook up all the pieces and actually start placing calls using our MySQL database engine.

The Best of Santa: Introducing the Nokia 770 Internet Tablet.everything

The Best of Santa: Introducing the Nokia 770 Internet Tablet.everything

Friday, January 6, 2006

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Finally, the perfect companion for that morning commute or your daily fix from Starbucks … the Nokia 770 tablet.everything …

Introducing TeleYapper: Free Asterisk Message Broadcasting System

Introducing TeleYapper: Free Asterisk Message Broadcasting System

Wednesday, January 4, 2006

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[UPDATED version now on line!] It’s free software day at Nerd Vittles again, and today we’re pleased to introduce TeleYapper, an Asterisk-based telephone broadcasting service for neighborhoods, schools, little leagues, fundraisers, municipal governments, and anyone else that just wants to pester folks with annoying, but free, prerecorded phone calls.

The Music Frontier: Taming Streaming Audio for Music on Hold with Asterisk

The Music Frontier: Taming Streaming Audio for Music on Hold with Asterisk

Tuesday, December 27, 2005

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Finally … a step-by-step tutorial that shows how to quickly deploy streaming audio as your default Music on Hold source for Asterisk. And a belated Christmas present for you: free 411 calls in the U.S.

The Last Frontier: Handling Incoming Faxes with Asterisk

The Last Frontier: Handling Incoming Faxes with Asterisk

Sunday, December 25, 2005

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Today we provide a step-by-step Asterisk incoming fax solution which works reliably with PSTN, SIP, and IAX trunks. No dedicated fax line or additional hardware required!