Which compatible built system to buy for Elastix?

OrlandoP

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Hi,
I've been a Trixbox user and lately a PBX in a Flash user, and I have been using Dell's T100 and T105 servers. They're pretty cheap (usually less than $300) and very reliable. I have seen that some people have encountered problems installing Elastix on them, so I want to know, which ready to buy system are you using for Elastix?
I want something that I just need to buy, where my time is spent installing and configuring, not figuring out which components to use. What has been working for you?
 

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On the top right of your screen, click on Elastix Depot.
 

donhwyo

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Hi

I have a t105 and it works fine. It was a bit of a pain to install because it would not boot the cd. You can probably use an external drive to install. If not search and see how I did it. It works well after the install so is good for the price.

Don
 

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Re:Which compatible built system to buy for Elasti

I know about the appliance, but it is not a cheap solution. For a robust install, it is perfect, but for small offices with just 2-4 lines it is overkill and too expensive. In those cases I use the Dell T105, because it's cheap and reliable, I just install a analog card and can have a working simple PBX in minutes.

I don't mind to buy the parts individually, I just don't want to reinvent the wheel trying to figure out what to get, the way I have done with other Asterisk Distros. I want to switch to Elastix without having to buy 3 different board to find which is the most compatible one. So, If any of you usually buy a preset system, I would like to know which one is working...

Thanks for the replies!
 

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Re:Which compatible built system to buy for Elasti

I use a Compaq D530 Desktop system. Seems to work great, but it is an older system.
 

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