Linux LiveCD VoIP Server
Linux LiveCD VoIP Server is a commercial server-oriented operating system based on the Linux kernel and the Asterisk PBX (Private Branch Exchange) software. It is a software appliance that aims to deliver a private Vonage or Grand Central type service.
Features at a glance
Key features include one year of email and SSH support, compatibility with any SIP phone device, such as iPhone, Nokia, Linksys and Windows Mobile, an easy to use web-based administration interface, real-time accounting, Vonage type service, Grand Central type service, Centrex service, voicemail to email, STUN server, incoming virtual numbers and Least Cost Routing.
Ideal for small and medium-sized businesses
With Linux LiveCD VoIP Server, you will be able to build a VoIP PBX (Private Branch Exchange) solution in a shortest time as possible and with minimum effort, designed to support thousands of phones. It is ideal for small and medium-sized businesses, as well as campuses.
Based on the SIP Express Router open standard
Linux LiveCD VoIP Server is based on the SIP Express Router (SER) open standard, which means that it can be easily transformed into a SIP (Session Initiation Protocol) proxy, VoIP gateway or a Class 5 Softswitch.
A popular all-in-one VoIP solution
This is probably the most popular all-in-one VoIP solution that helps your company to save money, as well as to expand the communication infrastructure by creating a seamless virtual network. It is available for download as a Live CD ISO image that fits on a CD disc.
The best VoIP server in a Live CD
The project allows you to make your very own SIP numbering plan, it requires no installation as it’s distributed as a Live CD ISO image, supports multiple A-Z wholesale termination providers, supports PSTN termination gateways and routers, supports NAT traversal and remote SSH-based configuration, supports SIP for video conferencing, encrypted SIP, as well as SIP soft or hardware phones.