#asterisk

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      • tcpdump
        Hello everyone.
      • Anyone know a good diagram or doc that explains the architecture of a basic PBX/asterisk setup
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      • voipmonk
        Basic ? - explain
      • tcpdump
        Specifically all of the components such as a TURN server, asterisk server, etc.
      • voipmonk
        google images asterisk pbx
      • not all implementations require a TURN server
      • lorsungcu
        tcpdump: do you have a specific concern?
      • tcpdump
        lorsungcu: not really, just trying to figure out the pieces, what they do, etc.
      • lorsungcu
        that's entirely up to you
      • voipmonk
        what are you looking to do with asterisk ?
      • lorsungcu
        figure out what it is you want to do and start doing it. usually you'll figure out what's needed as you go.
      • tcpdump
        Im just trying to wrap my head around the concept at a high level, then drill into the different pieces. I was hoping get some guidance into what a basic setup looks like.
      • lorsungcu
        you dont need more than a server running asterisk
      • tcpdump
        I know what I want. I want a remote server that facilitates audio/video conference calls. All clients will be remote to the server.
      • Samot
        Well
      • voipmonk
        how many conferences and how many people per type of conference?
      • Samot
        Asterisk doesnt support video confbridges
      • So there is that
      • tcpdump
        So it will be on the WAN, in Amazon for instance, and all clients will be able to connect and call each other from anywhere, so long as they have Internet.
      • Samot
        If video conf is a deal breaking requirement, Asterisk is not the solution.
      • tcpdump
        voipmonk: at any given time there will never be more than one to one on a call, but there may be many calls.
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      • I see Samot .
      • Are you aware of any other ip conference solutions that do video?
      • Samot
        Even then, i wouldnt recommend AWS
      • there are a few
      • lorsungcu
        tcpdump: skype works p. good
      • Samot
        3CX
      • tcpdump
        Samot: yea, that was an exmaple. Likely wont be aws.
      • lorsungcu: yea, needs to be a private solution though.
      • 3cx huh?
      • lemme google that.
      • Samot
        Its licensed.
      • So you are going to spend $$$
      • tcpdump
        Ah, is that basically a paid version of freepbx?
      • Samot
        You need voice license and video conf license.
      • No
      • Not at all
      • voipmonk
        have a look at https://jitsi.org/downloads/ you can use existing asterisk trunks - FREE
      • Samot
        ....
      • What
      • lorsungcu
        its a masonic tax evading thing
      • you wouldnt understand
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      • tcpdump
        Anyone used 3CX before?
      • They pretty good?
      • Samot
        Like i said...$$$$
      • You need to research
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      • 3CX might be out of price range but Asterisk does not have the video conf support you require.
      • lorsungcu
        the "must be private" but "hosted on AWS" requirement is a little bizarre
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