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A small asterisk PBX in a WI-FI router

Discussion in 'Other Linksys Equipment' started by Noelbou, May 17, 2007.

  1. Noelbou

    Noelbou LI Guru Member

    Hello,

    My name is Noël Bouchard. I am a programmer from Montreal specialised in telephony ...

    I have recently developed a small hybrid PBX (asterisk) embedded in a Linksys
    4 port router with WI-FI AP, running Linux / OpenWRT / asterisk

    It allows to share the Internet and the telephony resource for 4 PCs and telephones,
    allowing up to 4 internal "extensions" to place and receive calls from/to the PSTN and/or one
    (or more) VoIP "lines".
    You can even use WI-FI VoIP phones like this:
    http://www.voipsupply.com/product_info.php?products_id=1525

    You will find more details on the "MARS" system by following the links below.

    http://teledata.qc.ca/MARS/MARS_en.html

    Thank you for your interest ...

    Best regards

    Noël Bouchard
     
  2. agidi

    agidi LI Guru Member

    Nice idea! congrats

    u might want to see
    http://openwrt.org/

    the flash upgrade contains some asterisk solutions, I've heard of ppl running 6 simultaneous calls on one WRT54

    but I run a full blown box.

    best wishes
     
  3. rybshik

    rybshik LI Guru Member

    It would be nice if your PBX supports G729 codec in passthrough-only mode, without re-coding. I beleive it does not require a paid license.

    It would be nice, too if you sell just firmware, so I can upload it to my own router. By the way, what Linksys hardware is supported?

    Thanks.
     

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