[asterisk-users] DUNDI with minimal features

Jeff LaCoursiere jeff at stratustalk.com
Wed Mar 27 23:04:39 CDT 2019

You could use IMAP storage for your voicemail to solve this I think.  
Have both PBXes use the same storage.

I don't know if this works for you or not, but you might consider a 
single PBX and just combine the two offices under one installation.  We 
do this for a lot of our customers (actually we host their PBX, but all 
the offices' phones connect to it).  If both offices have good 
connectivity, and especially if you have a QoS enabled VPN between them, 
this could work well.



On 03/27/2019 12:43 PM, Janet wrote:
> Great document thank you!  I will have to experiment with this on a couple of test systems.
> Something I'm not clear on, if a user receives a voicemail on one of the PBX's, does DUNDI handle retrieving the message from the right system?  Or if the user tries to retrieve a voicemail on PBX A but the message was left on PBX B, they won't hear it.
> Janet
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> Subject: Re: [asterisk-users] DUNDI with minimal features
>> I have 2 PBX's, one in each office (say one in New York, one in
>> Boston).  I have mobile users that can show up at either office and
>> connect their soft phones.
>> Is there a very simple DUNDI config available which describes how to
>> set this up?
>> Also, can I have the same outbound trunks setup in each office, so
>> that calls don't have to route across the NY-BOS connection to get out
>> to the PSTN?
>> Thanks, Janet
> Not sure how relevant on newer versions, but yes, pretty easy to setup.
> http://blog.sinologic.net/wp-content/uploads/2007/08/DUNDi_So_Easy.pdf
> Good luck!.
> JR
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