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Voiceone – a better GUI for asterisk

November 24, 2008 1 comment
Voiceone

Voiceone

If you are bored of using freepbx or trixbox interface, try out this source forge based opensource webbased asterisk management interface, i just gave it a try and it looks promising. interface is much cooler than freePBX, you can create outbound and inbound rulesets,seems much like firewall rules 😉

They have an online demo as well, so you can try out the application and its functions.

Current version is 0.7.1. Voiceone requires Asterisk with mysql support and Php5+Apache. Following is a list of features from their website.

  • Client/Server architecture based on web services
  • Relies on Asterisk Realtime Architecture (ARA) for database storage
  • Two different panels, Personal for users and Configurator for administrators
  • Extensions management
  • Fully customizable users profile, including Voicemail, Call Forwarding (“Follow Me“) and Do Not Disturb
  • Highly configurable rulesets for outbound and inbound calls
  • Static LCR (Least Cost Routing)
  • Supports VoIP providers (SIP and IAX) and traditional Telco carriers
  • Links remote offices via IAX with RSA public key encryption
  • Powerful IVR creation system
  • Queues management
  • Conference rooms handling
  • Sounds and Music On Hold management
  • Applications and macros editor
  • System Macros and Functions preloaded (DID/DDI, Call Back and DISA included)
  • Plugins system to share ready-to-use macros and application with the VoiceOne community
  • Powerful configuration of mISDN and Zap drivers based hardware
  • Java SIP phone embedded
  • I/O interface and PBX CLI (Command Line Interface)
  • Static-like text editor for conf files
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