[asterisk-users] Asterisk SIP server on windows

Ruddy Gbaguidi plugworld at micnes.com
Wed Dec 4 08:10:08 CST 2013

This is about an call center application we are building and that need 
an embedded PBX.
We would then like to have that platform run on Windows and Linux.
Are there ways to easy ship linux application embedded in virtual 
machine so they can run on windows ?

Le 2013-12-04 08:02, Dan Journo a écrit :
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> SUBJECT: [asterisk-users] Asterisk SIP server on windows
> Hi all,
> I need to build an application that will be an SIP server program that
> will run on Linux and Windows.
> The sip server need only some features such as be able to :
> - Register sip endpoints
> - Answer a call and play a local file
> - Make a dial from one channel to another.
> I know asterisk can be stripped to exactly fit my needs. I would like
> to know if there is a way to build it on windows after it has been
> stripped.
> Or do I have other alternatives out there ?
> Servers that can run Asterisk are so cheap nowadays, unless you are
> talking about huge volumes of traffic.
> I'd recommend getting a server and putting on Centos which is tried and 
> tested.
> You'll waste less time that way and avoid any unforeseen problems.
> Or look for a cloud server to do the job for you.

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