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Topic # 96415 26-Jan-2012 18:05
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Hi everyone,

I have just purchased a iTalk plan with Slingshot. I have my Trixbox all setup with extensions etc but now am just needing to setup an incoming trunk with the iTalk settings. 

I have been reading other posts from people setting iTalk up with trixbox but am having some problems with mine.

Other people in their posts here have said (along with other settings):

"username=646843XXXX"

My question is, my username (which I assume is my account number) is: 70598XXX. The username other users have posted often start with 64, the other problem is that my account number is two digits shorter than others. Should I place 64 in front of my username?

Any help would be great. 

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  Reply # 573768 26-Jan-2012 18:41
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As Sbiddle will testify, Trixbox is a dead project. We use it and haven't see any updates in a couple of years. Maybe look at PBX in a Flash.

In regards to your question the configuration will be the same in any FreePBX based system AFAIK





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  Reply # 573774 26-Jan-2012 18:57
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Ditch trixbox for a start. It's an obsolete bug ridden product that's now full of security holes.

As for iTalk settings I don't use it and don't know anybody who does.


 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 573915 27-Jan-2012 00:47
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Your username is your full number in international format.

For example, if my number was 09 950 1234, my username would be 6499501234 



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  Reply # 573921 27-Jan-2012 03:55
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Thanks Nate!

So this would be my home number (64 9 4736192) rather than our account number?

Thanks

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  Reply # 574451 28-Jan-2012 19:08
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sbiddle: Ditch trixbox for a start. It's an obsolete bug ridden product that's now full of security holes.

As for iTalk settings I don't use it and don't know anybody who does.



Hi sbiddle,

Is this regarding the free trixbox community edition, or trixbox pro, or both/all trixbox products?

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  Reply # 574472 28-Jan-2012 20:41
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exo:
sbiddle: Ditch trixbox for a start. It's an obsolete bug ridden product that's now full of security holes.

As for iTalk settings I don't use it and don't know anybody who does.



Hi sbiddle,

Is this regarding the free trixbox community edition, or trixbox pro, or both/all trixbox products?


trixbox CE.


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