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Asterisk 1.6.2.6 & 1.8.11.0 & 10.3.0   

Postby recliq » Fri May 28, 2010 5:52 pm

And another app that most likely nobody needs on the wdtv :lol:
But since i have to do a lot with asterisk i just had to make this work as an app.bin... :ugeek:


Today I compiled two newer version of asterisk.
These are compiled with all defaults (configure, make, make install) and include almost all modules and all samples and basic (en) soundfiles.
So if you're really going to run this on wdtv you might want to disable automatic module loading and minimize configuration to save memory and resources.

Tested with 1.05.04_B-EXT3-Boot-Live-0.5.1.1 only so far!
!! use at your own risk !! although i don't know if there are any ;)


INSTALL
  • extract asterisk.app.bin to the root of your usb- or harddrive
  • connect drive to WDTV Live and powercycle the unit

USAGE
Asterisk should be started on boot when you set
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config_tool -c ASTERISK=ON

or you can start asterisk from webend.
Yyou can verify if asterisk is running by telnet/SSH intoWDTV and enter the following command:
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rasterisk

You should be connected to the asterisk CLI.

There are two preconfigured SIP accounts:
101:
username: 101
password: 101

102:
username: 102
password: 102

You should be able to connect with any SIP Client to your wdtv using the above
credentials and the ip of wdtv as sip domain.

When you managed to register with asterisk you can dial any number containing
two or more digits and should get an announcement and after that some MusicOnHold.

All configuration usually located under /etc/asterisk can be found and modified
in /apps/asterisk/etc/asterisk.
When altering the configuration files make sure to execute some 'sync' commands
before rebooting the device or restarting asterisk.
Init scripts can be found in /apps/asterisk/etc/init.d/S98asterisk and supported
args are: start, forcestart, stop, restart, reload.
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Re: Asterisk 1.6.2.6-1   

Postby rommer » Sat May 29, 2010 3:25 am

Haven't had a chance to test this but wow what a great idea. Now I should be able to link into my office asterisk system and have calls routed to my boat's WDTVLive when I decide to take a mental health day!

Very interesting idea, can't wait to test it.
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Re: Asterisk 1.6.2.6-1   

Postby caddie » Wed Jun 16, 2010 5:16 pm

oooooKay !!! :)

I just registered for this site just to say thanks to you !!!

Are you going to keep up with the major asterisk builds as an app bin? maby we can netmeet and you show me how to do it to help out ;)

One gotcha I found is the lack of ssmtp for vmail delivery... how are you handling email delivery for vmail? (ssmtp.app.bin please)

Thank you buddy ;) this is awsome!

Note:
Tested playing 1080p movie while on call and recording call to local usb drive..... no hitches..... turned off/on wdtv in the middle of test...no problem! wow - WDTV makes a great lill PBX!!!
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Re: Asterisk 1.6.2.6-1   

Postby recliq » Thu Jun 17, 2010 6:45 am

Hi caddie,

thx for your feedback.
The asterisk.app.bin was created from the debian squeeze repository. Have a look here on how it works: http://forum.wdlxtv.com/viewtopic.php?f=40&t=468

I haven't been sending mail from wdtvl yet, but i will have a look into it.

Greetz,
recliq

EDIT: ssmtp-2.64-4.app.bin
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Re: Asterisk 1.6.2.6-1   

Postby simogere » Mon Jun 21, 2010 1:51 pm

How I can set up this app?

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Re: Asterisk 1.6.2.6-1   

Postby recliq » Tue Jun 22, 2010 7:14 am

What do you think the file README included in the .zip is intended for?
Why not trying to use your head and think about it (and read the available informations provided in files and the forum) BEFORE posting every question crossing to your mind?

Here's the README:
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Asterisk 1.6.2.6-1 for WDTV Live
by recliq (2010/05/22)

tested with 1.02.21_B-RAD.CC_WDLXTV_LIVE-0.4.2.0 only so far!
!! use at your own risk !! although i don't know if there are any ;)

INSTALL
=======
- extract asterisk.app.bin to the root of your usb- or harddrive
- connect drive to WDTV Live and powercycle the unit

USAGE
=====
Asterisk should be started on boot, you can verify this by telnet/SSH into
wdtv and enter the following command:

rasterisk

You should be connected to the asterisk CLI.

There are two preconfigured SIP accounts:
101:
username: 101
password: 101

102:
username: 102
password: 102

You should be able to connect with any SIP Client to your wdtv using the above
credentials and the ip of wdtv as sip domain.

When you managed to register with asterisk you can dial any number containing
two or more digits and should get an announcement and after that some MusicOnHold.

All configuration usually located under /etc/asterisk can be found and modified
in /apps/asterisk/etc/asterisk.
When altering the configuration files make sure to execute some 'sync' commands
before rebooting the device or restarting asterisk.
Init scripts can be found in /apps/asterisk/etc/init.d/S98asterisk and supported
args are: start, stop, restart, reload.
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Re: Asterisk 1.6.2.6-1   

Postby simogere » Tue Jun 22, 2010 7:39 am

recliq wrote:What do you think the file README included in the .zip is intended for?
Why not trying to use your head and think about it (and read the available informations provided in files and the forum) BEFORE posting every question crossing to your mind?

Here's the README:
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...


recliq, in the first post I saw only "Asterisk 1.6.2.6-1.app.bin", not the real link that poits to the zip file. My fault? Ok, touchè....

Anyway, dude... sorry but fly down!
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Re: Asterisk 1.6.2.6-1   

Postby recliq » Tue Jun 22, 2010 7:44 am

i'm sorry if i was too harsh, but i see those qustions all too often ;)
No hard feelings.

if you want to learn more about asterisk and how to configure it, have a look here.
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Re: Asterisk 1.6.2.6-1   

Postby simogere » Tue Jun 22, 2010 7:54 am

recliq wrote:i'm sorry if i was too harsh, but i see those qustions all too often ;)
No hard feelings.

if you want to learn more about asterisk and how to configure it, have a look here.


I understand and appreciate your apology. Anyway, sorry for my oversight and thanks for the tip.

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Re: Asterisk 1.6.2.6-1   

Postby iranthavan » Wed Jun 23, 2010 9:59 pm

how effectively you guys are using asterisk for ? any real time use can give even more idea pls.

thanks in advance
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