about queue in elastix

tristanisole

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hi
all friends
i am going to start to learn about elastix.
i would like to understand about queue in elastix,like how does it work,its concept.
thanks in advance
 

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ramoncio:

once bitten, twice shy? B)
whatever DID happen to j99991 I wonder?
 

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You know I was just wondering exactly the same...
I even was looking if there was a way to find the originating IP.

:p
 

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I can see the IP, and it's not the same person, different country.
I hope j99991 will be studying by now.
 

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(maybe he learnt about VPN's more than we knew :) or has an alter ego in Paraguay)
But seriously It brings up a point I believe Patrick stated earlier, how best to steer new guys to "basic training camp" to improve their experience here and fast track them to a working system. Perhaps we could think about an "internal" Elastix PBX (i.e. hosted by PaloSanto, I will donate a virtual server and bandwidth here in Southern California for reinvites)) that after initial setup of Elastix sets up a test trunk and a couple of benign extensions, like loop-back and echo checking (oh, the good old days of asterisk/digium when it was there and worked) to verify open ports and bidirectional signalling maybe even DNS and DTMF resolution before they venture out in the cruel world of VOIP providers, off the shelf routers and ISP intransigence .
(Jeez what have I turned into, a goddam Socialist?! (blame Obama))
 

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Nope, just a pragmatist.I'm still a newbie but at least I know how to read and to googlw when I have a problem. AND I think I've done a pretty fair job of building a system for a one person business.
 

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strongbow242:

Then welcome here then, join the party!, I do hope we can help you with any wrinkles you can't self-resolve.
 

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dicko said:
Perhaps we could think about an "internal" Elastix PBX (i.e. hosted by PaloSanto) that after initial setup of Elastix sets up a test trunk and a couple of benign extensions, like loop-back and echo checking (oh, the good old days of asterisk/digium when it was there) to verify open ports and bidirectional signalling maybe even DNS and DTMF resolution before they venture out in the cruel world of VOIP providers.
What a great idea...

So far I was sending people to some free voip account but with a lot of limitations and hassle.

If we could host a few sip extensions with limited access to echo, monkey, ivr dtmf detection and playback, fax store and forward back, callback.

I would add a website gui to generate a temporary extension number and password to avoid problem with multiple users at the same time on the same extension.

And the test user just has to copy and paste the config in his elastix.
 

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q:
And the test user just has to copy and paste the config in his elastix.

Or preferably the Elastix install could do it for them!

allow anonymous SIP accept the Elastix local install mcookie passworded generated extensions (we ask for a did here for the extension (double-damn!! don't won't to look like tricksbox (sic) here)) (for a limited time/number of calls) then purge the generated account to preclude knuckledraggers

Hey moderators, if this has legs lets move it somewhere more appropriate, if not let it succumb to entropy, it certainly isn't part of this thread!
 

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dicko said:
(maybe he learnt about VPN's more than we knew :) or has an alter ego in Paraguay)
But seriously It brings up a point I believe Patrick stated earlier, how best to steer new guys to "basic training camp" to improve their experience here and fast track them to a working system. Perhaps we could think about an "internal" Elastix PBX (i.e. hosted by PaloSanto, I will donate a virtual server and bandwidth here in Southern California for reinvites)) that after initial setup of Elastix sets up a test trunk and a couple of benign extensions, like loop-back and echo checking (oh, the good old days of asterisk/digium when it was there and worked) to verify open ports and bidirectional signalling maybe even DNS and DTMF resolution before they venture out in the cruel world of VOIP providers, off the shelf routers and ISP intransigence .
(Jeez what have I turned into, a goddam Socialist?! (blame Obama))
A couple of days ago I got a cheap VPS for testing purposes. I wanted to test CentOS2Elastix script. But I got a really nice surprise when I saw you can choose a Xen domU with Elastix 1.1 preinstalled to restore your VPS!!

The hosting provider is http://www.bestdealvps.com/ check it out.
I still haven't tested how it works with a copuple of sip accounts, but I'll test it soon.

I tried to yum update it to Elastix 1.5.2, but it didn't work. All the update process went fine, but you can't modify /boot/grub in order to boot the new kernel, an the VPS hanged after reboot, I had to restore it.
 

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dicko said:
q:
Hey moderators, if this has legs lets move it somewhere more appropriate, if not let it succumb to entropy, it certainly isn't part of this thread!
I'm trying to split this thread, but I don't know how to do it. I have a "Split" button under every post, but it doesn't seem to work, or maybe I'm doing something wrong.
 

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