Asterisk: The Future of Telephony, 2nd Edition
by Jim Van Meggelen, Jared Smith, Leif Madsen
Publisher: O'Reilly Media, Inc. 2007
Number of pages: 604
This bestselling book is now the standard guide to building phone systems with Asterisk, the open source IP PBX that has traditional telephony providers running scared! Revised for the 1.4 release of the software, the new edition of Asterisk: The Future of Telephony reveals how you can save money on equipment and support, and finally be in control of your telephone system. If you've worked with telephony in the past, you're familiar with the problem: expensive and inflexible systems that are tuned to the vendor's needs, not yours. Asterisk isn't just a candle in the darkness, it's a whole fireworks show. Because Asterisk is so powerful, configuring it can seem tricky and difficult. This book steps you through the process of installing, configuring, and integrating Asterisk with your existing phone system.
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by L. Madsen, R. Bryant, J. V. Meggelen - O'Reilly Media
This guide provides a complete roadmap for installing, configuring, and integrating this software with existing phone systems. It has everything you need to know to design a complete VoIP or analog system with little or no Asterisk experience.
by Shigeru Kashihara - InTech
This book provides a collection of 15 excellent studies of Voice over IP (VoIP) technologies. The authors of these studies introduce research strategies that address various issues with the aim of enhancing VoIP quality.
by Margit Brandl, at al. - TERENA
This is a reference document addressing technical issues for the setup of IP Telephony solutions. Its goal is to provide the user community with guidelines and information about the IP Telephony world and everything related to it.
by Bruce Kushnick - New Networks Institute
Bruce Kushnick, a telecom analyst for 15 years, spent seven years writing his 'unauthorized biography' of the Bell telephone monopolies. His 464-page manuscript exposes how the Baby Bells have been ripping us off since they were born in 1984.