How to install Elastix modules in different server

astrinux

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Dear All
My name is Ahmad Osman and I am installing Elastix In My University I wonder if we can do the following :
1- Install every module like SugarCrm , OpenFire and email server in different server
2- develop new interface (web page) to specified which services we need to implemented and in which server and IP address like ... SugarCRM in ip 192.168.1.5 , Elastix Core 192.168.1.1 , OpenFire 192.168.1.2 and so on
3- develop new web pages based on th previews step to have on place adding new account which mean , When we add new account we must from the same interface set to him an email address and Sugarcrm account and extension NO. and for the othe services and we do not need to do this in each services.
Thanks for all and huge thanks for Elastix Team
 

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hola astrinux, lo que tu quieres hacer, tener un elastix como una planta principla o centralita, se puede hacer, solo que tendria que bajar los servicio o demonios de lo que no vas a utilizar, y ademas enlasar los otros servicios que estan en otras maquinas, tendras tu objetivos, mirate esta documentacion. B) B) B) B) B) B)

http://downloads.sourceforge.net/elasti ... irror=ufpr
http://downloads.sourceforge.net/elasti ... irror=ufpr

para que tengas una idea del usuario y la contraseña que se utiliza en la instalacion, y del puerto que utiliza cada servicio, ademas de la bases de datos, etc.....:unsure: :unsure: :unsure: :unsure: :unsure:
 

astrinux

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Dear Security

Thanks for your answers and reply , but i want to tell you that I do not know Spanish i can read English so if you please re write your answer in English it will be nice .
thanks
 

ramoncio

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1.-Yes, you can uninstall uneeded services or move them to another server, no problem.
Some services are quite easy to move/remove, as vtigercrm, sugarcrm, openfire, roundcube, a2billing, etc.
Some vital services can also be moved but not removed -you can do almost everything in linux-, but you would need a lot of work and knowledge to do it: as asterisk, httpd, mysql, hylafax, cyrus, freepbx, etc.
2.-Of course
3.-Explain further, I don't understand this...
 

rafael

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I just translate what security said using http://translate.google.com:
astrinux hey, what do you want to have a plant elastix as a principle or switchboard, you can do, only that it would have to lower the service or what the hell you will not use, and also inthe other services that are in other machine, you'll have your goals, look at this documentation.

downloads.sourceforge.net / elastix / Comuni....pdf? use_mirror = UFPR
downloads.sourceforge.net / elastix / Comuni....pdf? use_mirror = UFPR

to give you an idea of the user and password that is used
@security: gracias por responder a los post en Inglés, pero mucha gente no entiende el Español y va a causar problemas. Talvez la mejor solución es que uses algún traductor como el de google y postees los mensajes en Español e Inglés.
 

damirabal

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ramoncio said:
1.-Yes, you can uninstall uneeded services or move them to another server, no problem.
Some services are quite easy to move/remove, as vtigercrm, sugarcrm, openfire, roundcube, a2billing, etc.
Some vital services can also be moved but not removed -you can do almost everything in linux-, but you would need a lot of work and knowledge to do it: as asterisk, httpd, mysql, hylafax, cyrus, freepbx, etc.
2.-Of course
3.-Explain further, I don't understand this...
I installed the Openfire module but take sup too much memory of my VPS server so I need to uninstall it.

Regards,

Dennis
 

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