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Topic # 7358 8-Apr-2006 20:31
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I was wondering if anyone is successfully using this peice of software. I read on another post a while ago about Asterisk but it appears to be for Linux, sawasteriskwin32 which looked promising.

I downloaded and installed hoping it would be straight forward to set up. I quickly realised I have no idea what I am doing so have uninstalled until I become more informed.

Anyone given this a try?


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  Reply # 32598 8-Apr-2006 21:00
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If you know nothing about Asterisk my suggestion would be to download the VMWare Player from and then download the prebuilt Asterisk@Home appliance from there or from the Asterisk@Home sourceforge page. There are plenty of helpful intos into Asterisk@Home - has some excellent stuff.

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Reply # 32604 9-Apr-2006 03:31
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Please wait while you call is connected..,,, Please wait.......


Nuff said, Good idea though but well...................

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