Part II of our series on building a streaming audio server explores the available streaming and broadcasting server components for the Mac platform.
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This is Part I of a two-part series on using a Mac mini to build an incredibly versatile streaming audio server.
It’s been over 7 years since we first wrote about streaming music on hold with Asterisk®. While we’re energized with Back to School Fever, we decided it was about time for a refresher. And, in honor of TWOfer Tuesday, we also have a terrific new SIP discovery to share. It won’t cost you a dime. For long time readers of Nerd Vittles, you will note that all of the MOH syntax has changed since the early Asterisk days. So today… Read More ›
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.
A WiFi server, web server, streaming audio server, MP3 player, light show, RSS Feed fetcher, RFID proximity detection device, and Asterisk mailbox. It’s a bird. It’s a plane. No, it’s…
Just when you thought there couldn’t be any more applications to control from your telephone, along comes the iTunes Telephone Controller to manage iTunes from any telephone on your Asterisk or TrixBox system.
Today’s column provides links to 50 great Mac OS X open source projects currently available here and elsewhere on the Net.
We’ve spent a good bit of time documenting a dirt cheap way to learn about VoIP in the Cloud with our Incredible PBX offering using a $10.50 virtual machine at CloudAtCost. Is it production ready? Probably not. But we’re reminded of the old saying that pizza is a lot like sex: “When it’s good, it’s really good. And, when it’s bad, it’s still pretty good.” That pretty much sums up CloudAtCost. And it’s not like a one-time investment for the… Read More ›