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Hi, I was wondering if anybody knows of any VoIP services in which I can get a trial/demo line for my VoIP server. I'm planning on setting up with just 3cx for now and I have been shopping around for services and I'll probably be running 3 SIP trunks. Does anybody know any free services that I can test my lines on? I'm going to be using Cisco 303 phone. Thanks!
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http://www.asterisk.org/
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http://www.asterisk.org/

I'll check that one out thanks! biggrin.gif
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I'll check that one out thanks! biggrin.gif

My work has looked at it, but it's all linux based, open source. I have no problem with linux based stuff, but I'm a linux admin, so I don't care. Others aren't necessarily as comfortable.
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My work has looked at it, but it's all linux based, open source. I have no problem with linux based stuff, but I'm a linux admin, so I don't care. Others aren't necessarily as comfortable.

Yeah I was looking through it and let's just say my linux isn't the greatest but regardless I will try it out. I hope I can figure it out. biggrin.gif

Also so does Asterisk have it's own dedicated SIP line or do I run this with a service?
Edited by jay826 - 3/11/12 at 5:44pm
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Originally Posted by jay826 View Post

Yeah I was looking through it and let's just say my linux isn't the greatest but regardless I will try it out. I hope I can figure it out. biggrin.gif
Also so does Asterisk have it's own dedicated SIP line or do I run this with a service?

That's a wonder question. I don't do phones at work, my knowledge of them is very limited, so I can't answer that.
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That's a wonder question. I don't do phones at work, my knowledge of them is very limited, so I can't answer that.

Ahhh okay yeah I got put in charge of the phones at work but I honestly have no experience in them as of right now. Let's hope I can figure this out!
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post #8 of 24
I use TrixBox. Not the easiest to use GUI, but I prefer it over having to use CLI. It's also based off Asterisk.

Asterisk does NOT provide a SIP line (clarification: a PSTN breakout) afaik. Do tell me if you find a free SIP line. I'd love to switch to that!
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My work has looked at it, but it's all linux based, open source. I have no problem with linux based stuff, but I'm a linux admin, so I don't care. Others aren't necessarily as comfortable.

Basically every PBX runs Centos5 headscratch.gif: Although most companies like Cisco and Avaya modify it beyond recognition.
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Basically every PBX runs Centos5 headscratch.gif: Although most companies like Cisco and Avaya modify it beyond recognition.

The phone person at my work was using fedora 14, only cause the book she bought said use fedora 14. We will probably use RHEL cause we pay for it.
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The phone person at my work was using fedora 14, only cause the book she bought said use fedora 14. We will probably use RHEL cause we pay for it.

Honestly, they're all the damn same!
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