[olug] Asterisk consultants and local voip providers
joel at firstdirectmarketing.com
Thu May 31 16:17:01 UTC 2007
I am using Bandwidth.com. I don't know if they support Asterisk but I am
using their hosted PBX solution which has worked very well for the past
couple of years.
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From: olug-bounces at olug.org [mailto:olug-bounces at olug.org] On Behalf Of
Sent: Thursday, May 31, 2007 9:44 AM
To: Omaha Linux User Group
Subject: Re: [olug] Asterisk consultants and local voip providers
Ryan Stille wrote:
> Are there any asterisk consultants on the list? Or do you know of
> someone that does asterisk work?
> Does anyone know of a local company that provides viop/sip that
> Or if not local - any other recommendations? Hopefully someone that
> just a few hops away from Cox.
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> OLUG at olug.org
what are you trying to do with asterisk.. what's the scope of the
As far as providers.. I have a bunch of viatalk trunks. I've had no
problems with them in 6 months. Great quality. ====== www.viatalk.com
We're on the Bring Your Own Device Business plan. It gives you 2
trunks with 2 different numbers. Each trunk is good for 2 concurrent
calls. One of the lines is supposed to be a fax line but we use it
as a second line. Faxing over viatalk sip => Asterisk is flawless.
Another nice thing about viatalk is that they don't put a "softcap" on
your usage. Most VOIP providers limit you to about 2500 minutes per
month. Viatalk doesn't. They're absolutely wide open.
I installed viatalk trunks and asterisk servers in 4 small businesses I
consult here in Lincoln.
I have 2 hangups with viatalk. 1. They don't allow you to change your
outbound cid. and 2. they don't have local numbers in Lincoln. (the
Omaha numbers are 402-216-XXXX <http://www.snapanumber.com/> and
Hope that helped.
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