From: Michael C. Cambria (mcc_at_fid4.com)
Date: Fri, 20 Aug 2004 20:35:10 -0400 To: email@example.com
Antonio Torres wrote:
> At 06:22 21/8/2004, you wrote:
>> Has anybody found a VoIP solution for FreeBSD that works?
>> I looked at the asterisk product, but that doesn't seem to do it
>> and the ports have been marked as banned.
>> Any info would be appreciated.
> works fine for a gatekeeper on FreeBSD 4.x and 5.x
> I have a system runing gatekeeper interfacing a 3Com NBX and several "IP
> Phones" (hardware and software: Planet IP-100, Netmeeting, Openphone)
On FreeBSD 4.10-Stable, I've used gatekeeper for ohphone/openphone,
currently use SER and started playing with Asterisk to free up the RH90
system. I have kphone running from ports as well (but needed a slight
source code change to startup for me.)
Versions: ser currently is 0.8.12, asterisk is 0.9.0_1 and gatekeeper
SER is fantastic, and is well supported. I've stopped using gatekeeper
since leaving Avaya, as I no longer have a need to touch H.323 anymore.
From the comment above, it looks like it still works just fine. From
what I read, there is a lot of work going on for Asterisk on BSD. There
is a Asterisk-BSD mailing list available if you are interested. See
http://lists.digium.com/mailman/listinfo/asterisk-bsd for details.
SER & * work together just fine. I use * for my PSTN-GW ("media
gateway"), but currently on RH90 until I have the time to migrate to
BSD. I expect no problems. (If I had a free PCI slot, this would
already be done.)
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