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Topic # 13723 25-May-2007 16:22
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Hi Guys, was hoping someone could recommend a company that is genius at setting up and configuring asterisk for a business environment. I know what I would like to do but don't know how to do it.


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  Reply # 72227 25-May-2007 16:35
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If your in Wellington I have heard good things about FX Netwoks, http://www.fx.net.nz/




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  Reply # 72235 25-May-2007 17:02
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no sorry, should have mentioned I'm in Auckland.

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  Reply # 72249 25-May-2007 18:39
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Vadacom do a fully supported Asterisk system... I have no experience with them though...







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  Reply # 75748 24-Jun-2007 06:58
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Hi John,

If you've got a bit of time on your hands, and you're up for a project, you could always do it yourself with a "bundled" solution like TrixBox (http://www.trixbox.org).

Read this guide (http://dumbme.voipeye.com.au/trixbox/trixbox_without_tears.htm) for more info :)

(We can also do a remote Asterisk install for you, but better to use someone local if you can find 'em)

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