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Asterisk and VoIP, Fractal Poetry

February Meeting: Asterisk and VoIP, Fractal Poetry

Date: February 6, 2007 at 7 p.m.
Location: Algonquin College (Woodroffe Campus), room C144

Asterisk and VoIP

Speaker: Steve Lecomte and Stephan Monette

Asterisk, a linux-based Open Source PBX and IVR, enables individuals and organizations an unprecedented amount of power, freedom and cost savings over traditional telephony solutions. Asterisk, distributed under the GNU GPL, is a full-featured phone system that provides caller id, voicemail, event notification, call queuing, multiple person conferencing, and other advanced management features. Asterisk supports analog services (FXO, FXS, T1, E1, PRI) and Voice-Over-IP technologies (IAX, SIP, H.323).

This presentation will provide an introduction to Asterisk and will include a discussion of the basic configuration files and how to get set up very quickly.


Fractal Poetry

Speaker: Randal Leavitt


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