Learn how to install and configure Asterisk Voip PBX on Linux to make phone calls following easy video tutorials.
Learn how to install and configure Asterisk Voip PBX to make phone calls in 1 Day
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Many years ago I was very interested in learning Asterisk to replace my employers old phone systems. I spent a lot of time reading the documentation, using Google to search the internet and any book I could get my hands on. Even with all of this I was never able to build a working Asterisk phone system. I was very frustrated and was about to give up but then a friend of mine offered to tutor me. He showed me simple step by step training starting with how to compile Asterisk software then going all the way through to configuring a working Asterisk phone system. Within a few days I had the confidence and Asterisk skills to take any computer and turn it into a working Asterisk phone system.
You need someone to show you step by step how to work with Asterisk. Using a simple to follow video guide to walk you through how to install Asterisk, write the text based configuration files and what the network environment looks like without wasting time searching the internet or paying thousands of dollars for on site training.
You will be able to compile and install Asterisk after spending 1 hour following my step by step video tutorials. After you spend a day completing the course you will have the skill set to take any computer and turn it in to an Asterisk phone system. Once you follow the course and install a couple of Asterisk systems you will be an Asterisk expert.
Sure you can use google and other internet resources to teach yourself but how many months will something like that take? There will be a lot of good and bad information when reading different articles trying to piece together training materials. A lot of the documentation you will find is outdated and is not relevant anymore making your training obsolete. You also have the option of paying for Asterisk training which costs thousands of dollars for a single course and requires you travel to the training center incurring thousands of dollars in airfare. You will also have to your valuable vacation time.
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With more than one million Asterisk systems being used in more than 170 countries, Asterisk is an important skill to have. Asterisk is in use by almost all Fortune 1000 companies creating many job opportunities for anyone with an Asterisk skill set.
You should not take this course unless you will follow along with the videos and labs to build your own Asterisk environment. This course is for people who want to learn following along with the video labs and apply that knowledge to sell Asterisk systems or get a job working with Asterisk.
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├── 01 Getting Started with CentOS Linux and Asterisk
│ ├── 001 Welcome to Asterisk Made Easy.mp4
│ ├── 002 Introduction to how to get started with Asterisk PBX.mp4
│ ├── 003 What is Asterisk and what can you do with it.mp4
│ ├── 004 Lab 1 Part 1 Download and install VirtualBox and CentOS ISO image.mp4
│ ├── 005 Lab 1 Part 2 Add your virtual machine for the CentOS Linux server.mp4
│ ├── 006 Lab 1 Part 3 Start your virtual machine and install CentOS Linux.mp4
│ ├── 007 Lab 1 Part 4 Login from ssh terminal for Mac and Linux users.mp4
│ ├── 008 Lab 1 Part 4 Login from ssh putty for Windows users.mp4
│ ├── 009 Lab 1 Part 5 Install updates for Linux operating system and install package.mp4
│ ├── 010 Lab 1 Part 6 Download and compile Asterisk source code also installing packages.mp4
│ ├── 011 Lab 1 Part 7 Create Asterisk service file to control the Asterisk application.mp4
│ ├── 012 Lab 1 Part 8 Enable Asterisk to start as a service and disable selinux.mp4
│ └── 013 Lab 1 Part 9 Wrap up the first lab and review the Linux commands used.mp4
├── 02 SIP Endpoints and SIP Carriers
│ ├── 001 Network devices, SIP endpoints, SIP carriers and port forwarding discussion.mp4
│ ├── 002 Lab 2 Part 1 Install XLite softphone software on your desktop computer.mp4
│ ├── 003 Lab 2 Part 2 Turn off the Linux firewall and add new SIP extension to Asterisk.mp4
│ ├── 004 Lab 2 Part 3 Register XLite extension to Asterisk.mp4
│ ├── 005 Lab 2 Part 4 Create a custom context in extensions.conf for our SIP extension.mp4
│ ├── 006 Lab 2 Part 5 Add a second SIP extension to sip.conf and then create voicemail.mp4
│ ├── 007 Lab 2 Part 6 Creating a dynamic dialplan for your phone system.mp4
│ ├── 008 Lab 2 Part 7 Create a voip.ms account as your SIP carrier.mp4
│ ├── 009 Lab 2 Part 8 Create a sub account on voip.ms and configure Asterisk.mp4
│ ├── 010 Lab 2 Part 9 Edit extensions.conf to allow use of voip.ms SIP carrier.mp4
│ ├── 011 Configure port forwarding for your Asterisk server on a Linksys router.mp4
│ ├── 012 Disable SIP ALG on a Linksys router.mp4
│ ├── 013 Lab 2 Part 10 Adding echo test to your dialplan for testing your SIP carrier.mp4
│ └── 014 Lab 2 Part 11 Making an outbound call and configuring inbound DID call routing.mp4
├── 03 Create a way for users to dial into their voicemail admin
│ └── 001 How to configure your dial plan to allow for extensions to access voicemail.mp4
├── 04 Public review of the course
│ └── 001 Please enter a review of the course.mp4
├── 05 Adding Dahdi and Libpri to Asterisk, Recompile Asterisk Source
│ ├── 001 How to use legacy PSTN connectivity with Asterisk using third party cards.mp4
│ ├── 002 Lab 3 Part 1 Update Linux, download and compile Dahdi and Libpri.mp4
│ └── 003 Lab 3 Part 2 Review how to configure Dahdi on an Asterisk system.mp4
├── 06 Asterisk Codec Selection and Install G729 Codec
│ ├── 001 Discussion on the different codecs built into Asterisk and third party codecs.mp4
│ └── 002 Lab 4 Part 1 Installing the G729 codec on your Asterisk server.mp4
├── 07 Create a working phone system from the configuration files included with course
│ ├── 001 Overview of the working phone system configuration files and how they work.mp4
│ ├── 002 Lab 5 Part 1 Create a recording for your auto attendant to answer calls with.mp4
│ ├── 003 Lab 5 Part 2 Download phone system configuration files.mp4
│ ├── 004 Lab 5 Part 3 Customizing the sip.conf configuration file for your server.mp4
│ ├── 005 Lab 5 Part 4 Customizing the extensions.conf configuration file for your server.mp4
│ ├── 006 Lab 5 Part 5 Customizing the extensions.conf configuration file for your server.mp4
│ ├── 007 Lab 5 Part 6 Customizing the voicemail.conf configuration file for your server.mp4
│ └── 008 Lab 5 Part 7 Customizing the followme.conf configuration file for your server.mp4
├── 08 Configure your Linux server to send emails using a Gmail account
│ └── 001 Lab 6 Part 1 Setup your Linux server to send voicemail to email using Gmail.mp4
├── 09 Configure your Asterisk server to log phone calls using CDRs
│ └── 001 Lab 7 Part 1 Enable CDR call detail record logging.mp4
├── 10 How to troubleshoot problems with your Asterisk server
│ ├── 001 Lab 8 Part 1 Discussing Linux and Asterisk commands for troubleshooting.mp4
│ ├── 002 Lab 8 Part 2 Troubleshooting phone calls from the Asterisk CLI.mp4
│ ├── 003 Lab 8 Part 3 Install and use TCPdump to do packet captures.mp4
│ └── 004 Lab 8 Part 4 Import a TCPdump packet capture into Wireshark and playback audio.mp4
└── 11 Bonus Lab Learn to install the latest version of Asterisk 13 certified
├── 001 Bonus Lab Part 1 What you will need to install CentOS and Asterisk.mp4
├── 002 Bonus Lab Part 2 Step by step install of CentOS 7 64bit version.mp4
└── 003 Bonus Lab Part 3 Download, compile and install Asterisk including PJ Project.mp4