The telephony/asterisk/19 port

asterisk-19.3.3 – open source multi-protocol PBX and telephony toolkit (cvsweb github mirror)


Asterisk is a complete IP PBX in software. It provides all of the
features you would expect from a PBX including many advanced features
that are often associated with high end (and high cost) proprietary
PBXs, such as Voicemail services with Directory, Call Conferencing,
Interactive Voice Response, and Call Queuing.

Asterisk supports Voice over IP in many protocols, and can
interoperate with almost all standards-based telephony equipment
using relatively inexpensive hardware.


| Running ${PKGSTEM} on OpenBSD

There are several different example configurations provided with this

${PREFIX}/share/examples/asterisk/default - Asterisk's standard sample
configuration files. These are undoubtedly useful as a reference,
but rather large, and awkward to use as a base for your own configuration.

${PREFIX}/share/examples/asterisk/basic-pbx - an Asterisk-provided example
of a basic pbx implementation for a fictitious company.

Asterisk logs to /var/log/asterisk/messages by default; log rotation
can be handled by adding a line like the following to /etc/newsyslog.conf:

/var/log/asterisk/messages		640  5     1000 *     Z "asterisk -rx 'logger reload'"

See and${MAJV}+Documentation


Stuart Henderson


asterisk-19.3.3 asterisk-calendar-19.3.3 asterisk-http_post-19.3.3 asterisk-kqueue-19.3.3 asterisk-ldap-19.3.3 asterisk-lua-19.3.3 asterisk-odbc-19.3.3 asterisk-pgsql-19.3.3 asterisk-snmp-19.3.3 asterisk-speex-19.3.3 asterisk-tds-19.3.3 asterisk-vm_imap-19.3.3 asterisk-vm_odbc-19.3.3

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