[asterisk-users] PBX selection
emilianovazquez at gmail.com
Mon Apr 17 11:02:54 CDT 2017
I prefer Asterisk for my projects.
On Mon, Apr 17, 2017 at 11:57 AM, Speed Boy <speedboy2889 at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi all, I'm new to VoIP, now we have a project that needs a
> PBX with client APPs.
> In our team we have argument for choosing PBX. By so far, we
> have following candidates:
> A: Open source
> 1) Asterisk PBX (http://www.asterisk.org) (with longest
> history that almost every one knows it, now the last version using the
> PJSIP stack)
> 2) FreeSwitch (http://www.freeswitch.org) (A lot people
> recommended it to us)
> B: Commercial
> 1) Vodia PBX (http://www.vodia.com). It comes from SNOM, now
> acquired by a HongKong company now
> 2) PortSIP PBX (http://www.portsip.com/portsip-pbx). It
> also includes VoIP SDK, WebRTC and offer rebranding app for free.
> My boss prefers the Open Source PBX since they are free, but
> our CTO prefers the commercial editions, according to whom
> the business PBX has better support, and the performance is
> good, and easy to use - considering our team all are new to VoIP/PBX.
Hire a team with knowledge about VOIP, without your prefer if you use
Asterisk or whatever you want
You will win a brand new full responsibility with VOIP. The learning
process is long and hard. You will find a lot of problems like NAT,
intrusions. Consider learn before you pain this.
> We have did some searching of Asterisk, here are my questions:
> 1. Does the last Asterisk using PJSIP stack ?
> 2. Does there has the comparison of PJSIP and reSIProcate, sofia(using by
> FreeSwicth) ?
did you google about this?
> 3. Is it easy to compile and setup Asterisk?
You need some skills but today is really simple.
> 4. Which Asterisk version is recommended? And does Asterisk support
> Windows ?
> The latest stable release.
> Thanks in advance .
> Best regards.
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