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Old 07-19-2016, 12:37 PM   #1
yosoyyorch
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Install Asterisk PBX


Hello.
I want to install the Asterisk PBX to provide voice services to a small network.
What program or version of asterisk recommend?


if you would have the download link I'd very grateful
 
Old 07-19-2016, 01:44 PM   #2
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Hello.
I want to install the Asterisk PBX to provide voice services to a small network. What program or version of asterisk recommend?
If it's a new installation, the answer is obviously, the latest version. Since you don't say what version/distro of Linux you're using, it's hard to say what's the best way to install it, but....
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if you would have the download link I'd very grateful
...you can also LOOK THIS UP YOURSELF. Asking us to give you a link to a website that you can easily find is fairly rude. Putting "linux asterisk server" into Google puts their site as the VERY FIRST HIT...doesn't get much easier. If you can't find that site, how did you find THIS one?

Read the "Question Guidelines" link in my posting signature. We are happy to help with problems, but you need to provide details, and show effort of your own. Asking us to look things up for you and hand you a link isn't good.
 
Old 07-19-2016, 02:54 PM   #3
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I agree with TBOne: Google it first... and then try to do it yourself by following asterisk's documentation, which is fairly straightforward: just download the source, and do the traditional configure, make and make install... When following the documentation, if it doesn't work, and you get an error, search the forum for the same error first, as someone else probably already been there and done that. If you don't find any solutions, then it's the time to post, with all the specific details of your difficulty. I will answer your question about versions, as asterisk has many, and it can be daunting to new users. New users to Asterisk are encouraged to download the latest Long Term Support release, which is currently version 13.
 
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