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1Introduction to Asterisk with Vincente D’IngianniDirector of Professional ServicesBinary Systems, Inc.
2What is TrixBox?TrixBox is an Asterisk distribution pre-packaged with the following additions:CentOS - a free distribution of RedHat LinuxFreePBX – a web-based configuration toolAnd many other bells and whistles.TrixBox allows easy user access to Voice Mail, Conferencing, etc.TrixBox removes many of the complications of configuring Asterisk.
3See Installation Video TrixBox InstallationSee Installation Video
5TrixBox Admin ModeAllows configuration of your Asterisk system through FreePBX or configuration files.
6FreePBX Module Admin Click “Process” when done. Feature modules must be installed prior to configuration.Install the following modules:Feature Code AdminVoicIVRRing GroupsTime ConditionsMusic on HoldInfo ServicesBackup & RestoreClick “Process” when done.
7Module Admin Confirmation Click “Confirm” to install.
8Apply Configuration Changes All changes must be applied before they become active.Look for the Red bar at the top of the FreePBX window to signal when changes must be applied.Simply click the bar to apply the changes.
9FreePBX Configuration Return to FreePBX Setup to see your new modules.
10Configure SIP Extensions Add phone extensions to your PBX.
11Add Extension Name & Number User Extension is the extension number.Display Name is the Caller ID Name.Secret is the SIP registration password.Leave other fields alone.
12Fax, Privacy, Recording, and VoiceMail Other features for the extension can be configured here.Click “Submit” when finished.Add other extensions as necessary.Don’t forget to click the “Apply Changes” bar.
13Configure X-Lite Soft Phone Download and install the X-Lite Soft Phone fromConfigure your Soft Phone to match the exensions in FreePBX.Point the Soft Phone to the IP address of the Asterisk system.Configure multiple Soft Phones on other computers for each extension.
14Configure X-Lite Soft Phone Download and install the X-Lite Soft Phone fromConfigure your Soft Phone to match the exensions in FreePBX.Point the Soft Phone to the IP address of the Asterisk system.Configure multiple Soft Phones on other computers for each extension.
15Making Calls Between Extensions X-LiteSoft PhoneX-LiteSoft PhoneIP NetworkExtension 101 dials 102 to make a call on the PBX.
16Simple IAX2 TrunkingCreate a “Virtual Trunk” between two Asterisk PBXs.
18Simple IAX2 Trunking Put the Peer PBX IP address on the PEER Details Configure both PEER and USER type=friendThere is no registration or password required between PBXs, so do not implement this on a real system unless you are sure of what you are doing.
19Create an Outbound Route Set the Dial Pattern to match any dialed number string beginning with a “9”Put your IAX2 trunk in the Trunk Sequence list.Note: A dial pattern of “9|.” will strip off the 9 and pass the rest of the digits to the trunk.
20Create an Inbound Route Allow inbound calls from any trunk to be routed to a specific destination.By not specifying a DID Number or Caller ID Number, any inbound call will match.
21Set the Inbound Route Destination Direct the inbound route to a specific extension, ring group, IVR, etc.
22General Settings Adjust the Voice Mail, Faxes, Security, etc. Allow anonymous inbound SIP Calls makes testing easy, but can be a security risk.
23Making Calls Between PBXs X-LiteSoft PhoneX-LiteSoft PhoneIP NetworkExtension 101 dials 9102 to make a call across the IAX trunk between the two PBXs.
24Flash Operator PanelMonitor call activity in real time on the Flash Operator Panel.
25CongratulationsYou have now created a fully functional VoIP PBX system ideal for teaching communication fundamentals.Expand the system with real VoIP Gateways or SIP termination to the PSTN for real applications.Experiment with IVRs, Ring Groups, Time-of-Day routing, etc.Best of all, it is free!