[asterisk-users] Board configuration - specification or recommendation

Josh Richards josh.t.richards at gmail.com
Wed Nov 7 15:25:07 CST 2007

To determine what you are going to need, you'll want to start by discussing
what you plan to do with the system, including capacity (e.g. number of
users/extensions, types of calls, etc.).   I'd suggest some research,
starting with the following resources which have a lot of good background,
theory, as well as real-world experiences from other users:


There are also off-the-shelf appliance style solutions or you can build your



On Nov 7, 2007 2:56 AM, Kim Joung-il <kimjoungil at yahoo.com> wrote:

> Hello,
> We're about to deploy an Asterisk system.
> So far we have the following (below) configuration
> but before we start anything we would like to hear some
> suggestions on it, specification or recommendation too...
> Thank you!
> miniITX board
> dual core CPU
> 2 LAN
> 1x IDE (or more)
> 2x SATA (or more)
> 2x PCI slots (must work with Linux correctly in regards to IRQs)
> Optional:
> On board hardware RAID
> miniPCI
> CF slot
> IPMI interface

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