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FreePBX12 (IncrediblePBX) and Asterisk 13 on Pogoplug Pro V3

Posted by LeggoMyEggo 
Re: FreePBX12 (IncrediblePBX) and Asterisk 13 on Pogoplug Pro V3
April 26, 2017 05:02PM
I agree with your opinion in general. However, for using plain Asterisk (I never really need or like FreePBX or other GUI versions of Asterisk) with no more than 3-4 simultaneous calls, i.e., for home use, I think Pogo or Dockstar should do fine.



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 04/27/2017 10:11PM by twinclouds.
Re: FreePBX12 (IncrediblePBX) and Asterisk 13 on Pogoplug Pro V3
April 26, 2017 05:20PM
twinclouds Wrote:
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> I agree with your opinion in general. However, fo
> r using plain Asterisk (I never really need or lik
> e FreePBX or other GUI versions of Asterisk) with
> no more than 3-4 simultaneous calls, i.e., for hom
> e use, I think Pogo or Docstar should do fine.

As I said, pogo should be OK as "light" PBX server, but not cheerful at all in office environment. this is why I had been using PC till satisfied with the performance of orange pi.

Did you set IVR for incoming call? my pogo didn't work well when IVR starting.



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 04/26/2017 05:23PM by asterix.
Re: FreePBX12 (IncrediblePBX) and Asterisk 13 on Pogoplug Pro V3
April 27, 2017 08:30AM
asterix Wrote:
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> tried debian8+freepbx 13 on startdock and pogoplug
> e02, just works, not recommended.
>
> you can try raspberry pi or orange pi pi, freepbx
> works well on both.
>
Sorry, what is startdock? It is a hardware like pogoplug?
Re: FreePBX12 (IncrediblePBX) and Asterisk 13 on Pogoplug Pro V3
April 27, 2017 10:35AM
Sorry. It should be Dockstar. :-)
Re: FreePBX12 (IncrediblePBX) and Asterisk 13 on Pogoplug Pro V3
April 27, 2017 01:07PM
habibie Wrote:
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> asterix Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > tried debian8+freepbx 13 on startdock and pogopl
> ug
> > e02, just works, not recommended.
> >
> > you can try raspberry pi or orange pi pi, freepb
> x
> > works well on both.
> >
> Sorry, what is startdock? It is a hardware like po
> goplug?

Sorry my fault. It's dockstar, didn't use it many years, so forgot the right name"dockstar". :)
Re: FreePBX12 (IncrediblePBX) and Asterisk 13 on Pogoplug Pro V3
April 28, 2017 06:51AM
twinclouds Wrote:
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> I agree with your opinion in general. However, for using plain Asterisk (I never really need or like FreePBX or other GUI versions of Asterisk) with no more than 3-4 simultaneous calls, i.e., for home use, I think Pogo or Dockstar should do fine.
>
I can confirm this. I had used a Seagate Dockstar and am using a Seagate GoFLEX Home (both have the same Marvel CPU clocked 1.2GHz) to handle all my PBX routings using a plain FreeSWITCH.

AFAICT, a device like Seagate Dockstar, GoFLEX NET/Home, any Pogoplug lines should work just fine as a plain (no GUI) PBX system and can easily handle 10+ concurrent calls sans transcodings.
Re: FreePBX12 (IncrediblePBX) and Asterisk 13 on Pogoplug Pro V3
April 28, 2017 10:40AM
habibie Wrote:
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> twinclouds Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > I agree with your opinion in general. However,
> for using plain Asterisk (I never really need or l
> ike FreePBX or other GUI versions of Asterisk) wit
> h no more than 3-4 simultaneous calls, i.e., for h
> ome use, I think Pogo or Dockstar should do fine.
> >
> I can confirm this. I had used a Seagate Dockstar
> and am using a Seagate GoFLEX Home (both have the
> same Marvel CPU clocked 1.2GHz) to handle all my P
> BX routings using a plain [url=http://freeswitch.o
> rg]FreeSWITCH[/url].
>
> AFAICT, a device like Seagate Dockstar, GoFLEX NET
> /Home, any Pogoplug lines should work just fine as
> a plain (no GUI) PBX system and can easily handle
> 10+ concurrent calls sans transcodings.

did you try IVR for incoming calls?
I made this process immensely more tolerable by using "screen" to put it in the background to prevent it from being interupted. "apt-get install screen'
Re: FreePBX12 (IncrediblePBX) and Asterisk 13 on Pogoplug Pro V3
May 25, 2017 12:59AM
Steve Wrote:
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> I made this process immensely more tolerable by us
> ing "screen" to put it in the background to preven
> t it from being interupted. "apt-get install scre
> en'


Nice description of Screen here.

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Re: FreePBX12 (IncrediblePBX) and Asterisk 13 on Pogoplug Pro V3
May 25, 2017 06:20AM
Steve Wrote:
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> I made this process immensely more tolerable by using "screen" to put it in the background to prevent it from being interupted. "apt-get install scre en'
>
Exactly. That's one of many reasons I use screen utility.

I don't remember if using the following approach will achieve the same thing. My preference choice of shell to do this is tcsh shell. You can use any shells of your choice.
  1. ssh into another Linux desktop computer, issue something like this (make >& output.txt &) to compile a long program by piping the compilation output to a file and putting the process into a background. If you use a shell other than csh and/or tcsh, you will need to find out how it does the pipe.
  2. Then, use tail -f output.txt to see the compilation status.
  3. The above two steps can also be combined into a single command line, i.e. (a) make >& output.txt & tail -f output.txt, (b) touch output.txt;make >& output.txt & tail -f output.txt, or (c) make >& output.txt & sleep 1;tail -f output.txt. The (a) approach assumes the existence of output.txt. If the output.txt never exists, use either later two approaches, (b) or (c). The (b) approach will create an empty output.txt file prior the make >& output.txt & tail -f output.txt. The (c) approach employs a sleep 1; to issue a sleep for 1 second so as to induce a 1 second delay for the next process (tail -f output.txt). Otherwise, the tail -f output.txt will fail to locate the output.txt file.
  4. Once the above is done, one can log out from the ssh session. When reconnected with a new ssh session, try to use tail -f output.txt and/or less output.txtto see the compilation status. If the compilation process is still on going, I think it can be brought back using the fg [job_id] (use ps utility to list the job_id of the above make command). In this case, even though the make process is brought back to a foreground, the screen will show nothing except hanging there until the compilation gets completed. The reason is simply because the compilation output has been piped to the output.txt file.
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