Set up a basic system to make and receive phone calls, make calls between extensions, and utilize basic PBX functionalityDeploy different features of this telephony system with best practices and expert tipsUnderstand the inner workings and architecture of FreeSWITCHUse advanced features to create powerful dialplansOvercome frustrating NAT issuesControl FreeSWITCH remotely with the powerful event socketCreate web-controlled telephony apps with the new HTTAPI systemSecure your VoIP communications
FreeSWITCH is an open source telephony platform designed to facilitate the creation of voice and chat-driven products, scaling from a soft-phone to a PBX and even up to an enterprise-class soft-switch. It is always exciting to design and build your own telephony system to suit your needs, but the task is time-consuming and involves a lot of technical skill."FreeSWITCH 1.2" comes to your rescue to help you set up a telephony system quickly and securely using FreeSWITCH. It is rich with practical examples and will give you all of the information and skills needed to implement your own PBX system.You will start with a detailed description of the FreeSWITCH system architecture. Thereafter you will receive step-by-step instructions on how to set up basic and advanced features for your telephony platform.The book begins by introducing the architecture and workings of FreeSWITCH before detailing how to plan a telephone system and then moves on to the installation, configuration, and management of a feature-packed PBX. You will learn about maintaining a user directory, XML dial plan, and advanced dial plan concepts, call routing, and the extremely powerful Event Socket. You will finally learn about the online community and history of FreeSWITCH."FreeSWITCH 1.2" is an indispensable tool for novice and expert alike.
Learn how to install and configure a complete telephony system of your own, even if this is your first time using FreeSWITCHIn-depth discussions of important concepts like the dialplan, user directory, NAT handling, and the powerful FreeSWITCH event socketBest practices and expert tips from the FreeSWITCH experts, including the creator of FreeSWITCH, Anthony Minessale
|Course Length||12 hours 50 minutes|
|Date Of Publication||23 May 2013|