I would like someone to setup Asterisk on a linux box for us. I have installed the image at: [url removed, login to view] This claims to be a functional solution, however it is not yet functioning. This could be used as a basis for the install or I will load a new OS and provide you with access to configure it. When this is completed I would like directions to configure a Polycom SIP phone and Cisco ATA 186 to talk to the PBX. For the PSTN gateway we have a Cisco 3640 connected via a PRI to our Lucent PBX. This part of the connection is in place and working with another [url removed, login to view] gateway. The end goal is to allow remote employee's who are all behind a NAT's currently to connect to our PBX. We can provide the configuration on the Lucent PBX as necessary, eg digits sent when a call is made to a VOIP extension. Questions are welcome...
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