Recording high quality voice prompts for Asterisk
February 21, 2012
Recently I’ve found myself setting up a new Asterisk box, which is oddly one of my favorite tasks. IP Telephony (or VoIP for the rest of us) is quite fun to play with. Office phones and IVRs are something that everyone uses. It’s really nice to see something you have built used day in and day out without anyone ever noticing it. Asterisk doubles this fun because A) You can make the phone system do whatever you can think of (as long as you can program it) and B) You can build a system that rivals the functionality of the BIG corporate systems… if you know what you’re doing.
FXS's are a go!
January 31, 2005
Well its amazingly difficult to find documentation about how to make FXS’s work with Asterisk. I happen to have 4 FXS ports on the Cisco 3640, the same one that has four FXO ports. Below I’m including my configuration for use by others. The FXS port is configured as extension 600 (the Asterisk side configuration is also include). Cisco 3640 Config voice-port 0/0/0<br /> station-id name test<br /> station-id number 600<br /> !