VOIP provider instead of Astersk/freePBX server

Asked by Alex on 2014-06-06

Hello, Adam!

I'm trying to setup quexs, but we don't have Astersk /Free PBX server.
We have a VOIP provider for office phone lines and softphones.

Hope it's possible to make some changes to configuration files and get connected through VOIP provider .

We have following connection parameters (as for 3cxsoftphone) : external BPX/server URL, outbound proxy server ip, extention login, user ID, pass

Another question: how to install/connect SIP /IAX client? when trying to download voipclient.exe it returns NO FILE

Could you advize what could be done to to let it work

Best regards,
Alex

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Adam Zammit (adamzammit) said : #1

Dear Alex,

You probably won't be able to integrate queXS with an external VoIP provider unless they run Asterisk and give you access to the Asterisk AMI.

If you don't have this - just set up queXS for use without VoIP and your operators will need to manually dial. Or in some cases, you can get web browser extensions that will dial a number when clicked on the screen with a particular VoIP Client, independent of queXS.

Regards,
Adam Zammit

Alex (ddrmoscow) said : #2

Dear Adam,
thank you for reply. already understood this, and installed astersk+pbx,
now i'm trying to figure what should be written in config. file for
 VOIP_SERVER have no analogue to your default value asterisk.dcarf guess
it's a custom script..
Another trikcky ppoint is FREEPBX_PATH should it be simply "true" orsome
path required?

and what about oipclient integration? should it be downloaded to the server
folder oor this id ddicated only to PJSUA only? in this case could you
provide a download link to compiled minimal configuration?

Sincerely,

Alex

2014-06-13 10:07 GMT+04:00 Adam Zammit <<email address hidden>
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> Adam Zammit proposed the following answer:
> Dear Alex,
>
> You probably won't be able to integrate queXS with an external VoIP
> provider unless they run Asterisk and give you access to the Asterisk
> AMI.
>
> If you don't have this - just set up queXS for use without VoIP and your
> operators will need to manually dial. Or in some cases, you can get web
> browser extensions that will dial a number when clicked on the screen
> with a particular VoIP Client, independent of queXS.
>
> Regards,
> Adam Zammit
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Adam Zammit (adamzammit) said : #3

Dear Alex,

VOIP_SERVER should point to the IP address of your Asterisk server AMI interface. You will also need to set VOIP_ADMIN_USER and VOIP_ADMIN_PASS to be for the AMI interface.

If you have freepbx installed, FREEPBX_PATH should be set to the root path of freepbx on the filesystem , i.e. /var/www/freepbx

The VoIP client queXS looks for is a compilation of IAXCLIENT testcall . The source for this is available here: http://sourceforge.net/projects/iaxclient/

A windows compilation of this is available here: http://surveys.acspri.org.au/voipclient.exe

Regards,
Adam Zammit

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