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Unified Communications with Elastics Vol.1/Vol.2

Unified Communications with Elastics Vol.1/Vol.2

Unified Communications with Elastics Vol.1/Vol.2

(OP)
Greetings Asterisk Gurus,

Does anyone have the Unified Communications with Elastics Vol.1 and 2? I need some help setting this up.


Quaz

RE: Unified Communications with Elastics Vol.1/Vol.2

You mean Elastix, while it was still Asterisk before it was bought by 3CX?

That old abandoned eol software should be replaced by current FreePBX and Asterisk versions.

RE: Unified Communications with Elastics Vol.1/Vol.2

(OP)
Telecomadmin12,


where would I get the latest and greatest? I would like to know more about Asterisk and Linux. Any suggestions?


Quaz

RE: Unified Communications with Elastics Vol.1/Vol.2

Quazimotto, I would look at FreePbx.org.

Similar to Elastix, but still in development. If you are set on Elastix, look at Issabel. Elastix was purchased by 3cx. My understanding is the Issabel is a fork off of Elastix since the purchase. Both FreePbx and Issabel are based on Asterisk, so have similar capabilities.

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