[olug] Local Omaha Tech Support for Open Source VOIP?
Shawn L. Djernes
shawn.djernes at ncbvi.ne.gov
Wed Jan 4 19:22:00 UTC 2006
I am using it on a daily basis for my home / Home office use and for an extensive network of friends who do telephone / Linux internet work. We all talk to each other for hours a week working on projects.
I have done a lot of hand holding on getting people up and going with new installations for home and small business and done some consulting on more complex installs.
What are you looking to set up?
From: olug-bounces at olug.org [mailto:olug-bounces at olug.org] On Behalf Of Rob Townley
Sent: Wednesday, January 04, 2006 12:11 PM
To: Omaha Linux User Group
Subject: [olug] Local Omaha Tech Support for Open Source VOIP?
Would you be comfortable recommending Asterisk or another open source
telephony solution to one of your clients? If something goes wrong
with an open source telephone system, would you feel comfortable that
there will be enough very experienced support people in Omaha that
could rush over to your client and fix whatever issue just arose?
Do any businesses in Omaha use Asterisk?
I am comfortable with fixing computers and more comfortable
troubleshooting and wiring home phone systems. I became sort of
knowledgeable with numerous configuration settings in an unmanaged
Cisco ATA-186. I missed the Asterisk presentation, so i have never
seen it in action or know much about it, but i assume it is much much
more complicated than a single line analog telephone adapter. I am
wondering how much backup there is in Omaha for deploying it?
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