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AskoziaPBX is a complete telephone system. It can speak to nearly any telephone technology in the world and can be configured it via a highly intuitive web interface. AskoziaPBX is based on Asterisk® and was especially designed to run on low-resource systems.
The AskoziaPBX firmware includes its Linux distribution, its multilingual web interface, multilingual language prompts, music- on-hold, conferencing and voicemail. Also included are more than 160 Asterisk® modules which can be configured for custom solutions.
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How to Read This Wiki
This wiki aims to be useful to people who have little or no experience with telephone systems. We try to avoid technical terminology wherever this is possible. The expressions "telephone system" and "PBX" (private branch exchange) usually refers to the hardware used, even though your telephone system might be a PC. Due to the different platforms AskoziaPBX supports, we use this unifying expression. Every time we talk about "AskoziaPBX", we are referring to the software.
Depending on your background you probably do not have to read the entire handbook to set up your telephone system. Installation is recommended for all users though.
Getting Started with AskoziaPBX helps you if you just want to get going and not care too much about details. The remaining wiki follows the orientation of the web interface. The AskoziaPBX chapters end with information about how to get support and also contain advanced knowledge for system integrators and experienced Asterisk users. For the installation and configuration of AskoziaPBX you only need basic PC knowledge.
Getting Started with the Call Flow Editor helps with the first steps in Askozia's Call Flow Editor, explaining how to create a new call flow and how to use the Call Flow Editor's user interface. Additonally, all Modules and Templates are listed with detailed information.
Organization of This Wiki
Explains the steps necessary to perform the installation of AskoziaPBX on different platforms. If you have purchased your telephone system from our web shop you can skip this chapter.
This chapter helps with the first steps for using AskoziaPBX. It explains how to find your system's IP address, log in to the web interface and perform the basic configuration.
This chapter walks you through the general system setup. Among these you have the time zone, tone schemes and the language of the web interface. Furthermore, firmware updates as well as backing up and restoring the system's configuration is discussed.
The configuration of the network is covered in this chapter. It provides the necessary knowledge to use AskoziaPBX with VoIP providers and within your own network. The set up of ISDN and analog ports makes up the second half of this chapter.
AskoziaPBX manages phones, providers and faxes in accounts. That means that each provider and every connected device has its own account for the administration of the user settings. You will learn how to use accounts in this chapter.
Part of the AskoziaPBX Dialplan contains applications, call groups and call routing. Applications are helpful little programs such as the voicemail system.
Notifications, voicemail, conferencing and media: all of AskoziaPBX's services are detailed here.
The status section of AskoziaPBX provides different hardware information of your telephone system, call detail records as well as the status of CPU and network traffic.
This chapter covers the advanced settings for RTP as well as the global valid settings for SIP, IAX and analog. Moreover, you will learn how to set up Asterisk Manager Interface Accounts and adjust the web interface to your personal needs.
This chapter discusses the Integrator Panel, manual attributes, codecs and other advanced settings.
This chapter provides the necessary information for obtaining support for AskoziaPBX.
Call Flow Editor
First Steps with the Call Flow Editor, explaining how to create a new Call Flow as well as the Call Flow Editor's user interface.
List of all modules included in the Call Flow Editor with a detailed information about each module.
List and detailed information about all standard templates included in the Call Flow Editor.