[asterisk-users] Virtualise asterisk on Xen
forumuser at kogels.net
Wed Sep 13 01:06:04 MST 2006
I have Asterisk running as guest on my Debain Xen system and it works
fine. I used to work with an AVM Fritz!PCI ISDN card as well by compiling
the ISDN driver (Hisax) in the XEN-kernel. You have to be aware that the
host system does not use the ISDN PCI card by putting
"physdev_dom0_hide=pci_id" in your grub config.
I never used chan_misdn myself, but if you compile the xen kernel with
misdn support I don't see any reason it can't work.
> has anybody experience running asterisk on a (i.e. fedora-based) Xen
> system? What about mISDN support etc.?
> For a low-load system I thought about using:
> 1. Sempron 2800+
> 2. some memory, in your opinion how much should I attribute to the
> asterisk guest system?
> 3. A AVM Fritz!PCI card for PSTN access
> 4. HFCPCI-S card in nt-mode for internal ISDN bus provision
> 5. Asterisk 1.2 with chan_misdn for the ISDN-card support
> It would be great to hear some of your thoughts on this set-up?
> NB: I have the impression that virtualisation is not a big issue on this
> mailing list... Is that due to a show-stopper I overlooked, just because
> everything goes so smoothly that nobody even bothers to mention it ;-),
> or because everybody has plenty of hardware they can dedicate to their
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