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How to setup Asterisk ver. 1.8 when using Express Talk

Using Express Talk with Asterisk 1.8

- The Asterisk server must first be properly installed and configured (make sure all the appropriate config files are in place; installing the asterisk-config package should put all the appropriate default files in place).

- Make sure that all firewalls and routers are properly configured.

- If the Asterisk server is restarted (or any changes are applied), Express Talk should be restarted.

- The default settings provided by the asterisk-gui (a separate package from asterisk server which is usually not installed by default; see asterisk documentation for details on how to install asterisk-gui with your distribution) work fine, after setting the correct extension and password.
(the default behavior of using the extension# as the MAC address works fine).

Settings that have been tested to work with Talk 4.23 and Asterisk (this is not a complete list, extension and dialing plan specifics are needed):
registersip = no
host = dynamic
type = peer
transfer = yes
callcounter = yes
threewaycalling = no
hasdirectory = no
callwaiting = no
hasmanager = no
hasagent = no
hassip = yes
hasiax = yes
nat = yes
canreinvite = no
dtmfmode = rfc2833
insecure = no
pickupgroup = 1
disallow = all
allow = ulaw,gsm
autoprov = yes


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