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    For opensource Home - SIPfoundry looks interesting. There´s also a commercial release. Unfortunately I cannot find any prices. Anyone?

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    Quote Originally Posted by glennda View Post
    The FreeFBX solution is based on the Mysql version of asterisk and in terms of customization is just as flexible IMHO worth a play if you want.

    There is also Trixbox CE
    Oooo sounds interesting, might have to take a look at this

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    Don't forget Trixbox/FreePBX will run quite happily in VMware (don't use virtualisation for a production system though!) so you can easily set up a few soft phones and have a mess around.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Geoff View Post
    (don't use virtualisation for a production system though!)
    What is the issue with it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Geoff View Post
    Don't forget Trixbox/FreePBX will run quite happily in VMware (don't use virtualisation for a production system though!) so you can easily set up a few soft phones and have a mess around.
    Why not ?

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    From a VOIP point of view as soon as you go above 20-30 extensions and/or start doing queue handling you'll exceed the I/O and memory utilisation VMware can cope with and you'll start dropping calls. On a more practical note, there's no way you can use a hardware telephony card with VMware, it's simply not supported, so you can't use a ISDN or FXS/FXO card.

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