Re: samba v3
- I have asterisk on my ibook. It supports up to about 30 calls if SIP proxy/routing only.
However, it does not work that good if there is need of transcoding or v-mail. It will
quickly kill the box in around 5 calls. I hope the nslu2 can handle 2 calls. So, when I am
on a phone call, the 2nd in-coming call can go to v-mail. This should be good enough for
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Inge Bjørnvall Arnesen <i.b.arnesen@f...> wrote:
> > What is the next package? How about a VoIP-PBX server
> > (asterisk)? I believe nslu2 is little under-power; but,
> > it is fun to try.
> Oh, that would be great. I'm not sure I will use it as my main IP phone
> system, though - it will depend a lot on stability: I'm serious about my
> phone connection. For me the major thing about Asterisk is the ability to
> have multiple IP phone vendors (one in each country you call on regular
> basis) and automatic vendor selection on calls.
> Talked to a friend about this a few weeks back. He runs it on a Mac and
> reported low CPU use and moderate memory requirements, so it might be
> -- Inge
- There is VOIP on the wish list. I also want to move my voip-pbx over too.
--- In email@example.com, "na_paulhar" <paulhar@n...> wrote:
> > What is the next package? How about a VoIP-PBX server (asterisk)? I
> > believe nslu2 is little under-power; but, it is fun to try.
> Please look over the "wish list" and "package wish lists" to see if
> there are things people have asked for too. Although it may be less
> interesting - the results will affect many more people.
> Thanks :)