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|Technology - General|
|Wednesday, 30 May 2012 13:34|
I like the command line, you know. But I can not drop the rings to say that there are two types of settings that I avoid "bareback" whenever I can by complicated and tedious: the iptables and Asterisk. For either of the two I prefer to use some kind of tool that automates and simplifies the task using a graphical interface driven. In the case of Asterisk, the landscape has changed dramatically over the past four years. At that time was Queen Trixbox absolute and indisputable and AsteriskNOW was a promising candidate but, in my opinion, too green to carry a production installation.
When present today for convenient installation with Asterisk there are four very interesting options to consider and Trixbox is, despite his seniority, the last one I would choose. All are based in the 5.x branch CentOS and use FreePBX (or a fork of this, in the case of Trixbox) as interface for configuration. Let's take a quick look at each:
NOTE: To view the versions you have installed asterisk, libpri and dahdi can use the following commands (the latter only works in a Linux-based packages such as CentOS rpm):