Monthly Archive: October 2012

Oct 25 2012

Yes, you can run FusionPBX and FreeSWITCH on a Raspberry Pi

By now most technically inclined folks have heard of the Raspberry Pi, the small $35 computer that can do big things. If you are going to buy one, just make sure you get one of the newer models with 512 MB of memory, rather than an older model with only 256 MB. But, you may …

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Oct 23 2012

How to force FreePBX to immediately retry the same trunk again if it fails the first time even though the FreePBX developers apparently don’t want you to be able to do that

This is going to be a very barebones explanation because to be honest I’m really not motivated to make things easier for FreePBX users anymore.  I really want you to think about trying other PBX software that doesn’t treat its users as if they need afternoon naps and their diapers changed occasionally. But I have …

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Oct 18 2012

Using YATE to overcome Google Voice issues in FreeSWITCH and Asterisk

If you have been less than thrilled with the Google Voice support in another software PBX, such as Asterisk or FreeSWITCH, you could try using YATE as a Google Voice Gateway.  It can be installed on either a separate server, or on the same server as your FreeSWITCH or Asterisk installation, however if you are …

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