[asterisk-users] Asterisk Business Edition Question
sunil at koltelecom.com
sunil at koltelecom.com
Thu Apr 26 00:15:25 MST 2007
Thanks for the posts. We i think i should have elaborated on myself a bit
Even though im nore a pure Linux guy i do have knowledge on linux. I had
been Using TRIXBOX right from ver 2.4. I do know what exactly asterisk is
and i am currently hosting 2 asterisk servers at remote locations and
managing them on SSH.
Why i was asking the question was because, i had a query from a customer who
wants to have a PBX. As they are a corporate and they want their own staff
to manage the asterisk remotely, i wanted to give him a hosted solution with
GUI so that they can manage on their own with some initial training on
managing it. they i bumped into Asterisk Business Edition and i thought of
going ahead on it.
All my questions were based on Asterisk Business Edition and not on my
choices of other parallel solutions. So if the answers to that point that
would be appreciates. Ofcourse i had a look at the comparison chart and if i
got it right, there is no GUI inbuilt.
Which means that i can give the customer a standard product.
2. Is there a GUI to manage asterisk?
3. Can it be compared with Asterisk NOW?
4. Is the CD a complete installation package?
5. If im looking for hiring a server on a remote location how will i
be able to install it?
So if anyone can talk about the above questions on Business Editions
Features that would be great.
On 25/04/07, shadowym <shadowym at hotmail.com> wrote:
> If you have an interest in learning a bit of Linux I would suggest looking
> at Trixbox. I would not have said that 1 year ago but it has come a long
> ways since then. Eventually as you learn more you can install your own
> Linux/Asterisk/FreePBX from scratch just for the sake of being able to
> more and have more control and less unnecessary bloat. Trixbox seems to
> working fine for most people in production install these days though.
> There is the option to install AsteriskNow as part of the new TrixBox 2.2
> release which is in final beta set to be production released very soon.
> Asterisk 1.4 and AsteriskNow are still immature so I would not consider
> either of them for a production install yet. AsteriskNOW is not nearly as
> full featured as FreePBX yet. They included it as an optional install in
> new Trixbox for testing.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: sunil at koltelecom.com [mailto:sunil at koltelecom.com]
> Sent: Wednesday, April 25, 2007 2:45 AM
> To: Asterisk Users Mailing List - Non-Commercial Discussion
> Subject: [asterisk-users] Asterisk Business Edition Question
> Can anyone in the list help me with these queries on Asterisk Business
> 1. Why would anyone choose the Business Editon when the whole
> is avalable as GPL?
> 2. Is there a GUI to manage asterisk?
> 3. Can it be compared with Asterisk NOW?
> 4. Is the CD a complete installation package?
> 5. If im looking for hiring a server on a remote location how will
> be able to install it?
> If someone can guide me on it, that would be great. Also i would like the
> users to share a bit on their experiences with it.
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