Linux LiveCD VoIP Server description
Linux LiveCD VoIP Server can be used to provide a Vonage type service.
Linux LiveCD VoIP Server can be used to provide a Vonage type service, or to create a voip pbx for a campus or business with up to thousands of SIP phones.
It is based on the Open Standard SIP Express Router (SER) and Asterisk. It can serve as a SIP Proxy, VoIP PBX, VoIP gateway or Class 5 Softswitch.
Here are some key features of "Linux LiveCD VoIP Server":
- Easy Web user administration and real-time accounting.
- All in one solution to VoIP and SIP enable your business.
- Allows you to make your own SIP numbering plan. Centrex service.
- Can be connected to multiple A-Z wholesale termination providers and to your own PSTN termination gateway/router.
- Can do Least Cost Routing
- Includes nat traversal, stun server, media server for conference call bridge, voicemail to email, incomming virtual numbers (DIDs), follow me forwarding.
- Commercial pre-paid, post-paid and flat rate account support. No calling card (no b2bua in base system).
- Requires no software installation - it is a liveCD.
- Supports any SIP soft or hardware phones, such as popular XTen, Cisco ATA 186, Grandstream, Sipura, Bugetone, Linksys PAP2 and more.
- Supports SIP for Video Conferencing (Xten / CounterPath EyeBeam)
- Supports Ecrypted SIP with Xten / Counterpath Secure Xten Pro
- Requires a PC with fixed ip connection to the internet. 256 MBytes of RAM, CDRom reader, ide or sata hard disk to store call and user database and web site.
- Remote ssh configuration and administration help
- Added VMware-compatible boot ISO.
- Fixed minor bug fixes for MySQL and SER core.