The Asterisk pbx

Asterisk pabx: in this category you will find several articles about our Asterisk pabx configuration service for companies worldwide, but also answers to questions already asked by our users. Do not hesitate to leave us your question in the comments of the Asterisk pabx service and we will be happy to respond quickly.

  1. Configure Asterisk for Call Center

    Our services (making and receiving calls) are compatible with your Asterisk server. We can only provide you with a trunk sip and some configuration advice. If you need a specialist to configure your Asterisk, you must visit our category dedicated to VoIP integration. You will find voip specialists available for any type of voip integration.

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  2. Can I forward incoming calls to a server IP address, phone number or mobile?

    Call forwarding to IP address

    When you subscribe to the IP telephony service with a voip operator such as Hivoox Telecom and you are a small business or individual, you have the possibility of making and receiving telephone calls with an ip telephone, a computer, a mobile or choose to forward calls to your landline or mobile number.

    If you are a company, and you have your own PABX installed and configured by you, you may need to receive or make calls with Hivoox services from your own voip infrastructure.

    In this case, various solutions are available to you:

    Forward calls to your phone number.

    Via the PBS web interface of your Hivoox account, you can configure call forwarding

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  3. Why choose asterisk?

    Asterisk PBX is undoubtedly one of the best solutions to answer the needs of many companies that want to migrate to IP telephony for its attractive costs and innovative features. Easy to install, configure, manage, consuming very few memory resources, it is easy to integrate with other systems, it is compatible with several protocols and codecs available in the market. Choosing Asterisk is really betting on the evolution of your telephone system.

    The only drawback is that you need to have à server, install Asterisk, and have the technical knowledge to do the job. On our website you will find independent technicians, who offer their services for the configuration of Asterisk. But, if you are looking for a complete virtual PBX without a server or installation, choose the Hivoox virtual

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  4. Asterisk PBX digest authentication

    Configure your Asterisk PBX server through Digest authentication. This scenario is used when one would like to use digest authentication with Asterisk.
    You will have to use regular SIP account like User=878xxxxxxx and password=xxxxxxxx.

    In this scenarios Asterisk configuration should be a bit more complex.


    register => 878xxxxx:passwordxxxx@sip_proxy/my_incoming_extension

    useragent => PBX

    Note, that it is important to set useragent parameter in [general] section as shown above, because otherwise our system will try to apply

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  5. Asterisk PBX for IP authentication

    Configure your Asterisk PBX server through IP authentication. This type of authentication is used when you have static ip address and this is default scheme.
    You need to give us your static ip address.


    Then you may use this configuration in your dialplan anyway you want, for example to send all calls in the context you may do the following:


    exten => _X., 1, Ringing()
    exten => _X., 2, Wait(1)
    exten => _X., 3, dial(SIP/${EXTEN}@sip_proxy)

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  6. Sip Trunk: Manage CLI calls

    By using our SIP trunk, you can freely manage the CLI (number displayed when you make a call). By default, we configure the CLI with the number subscribed with us or another number of your choice. However, you can administer the CLI directly from your server.

    If you use a sip trunk and want to configure the CLI, just let us know so that your account is configured accordingly. In this case, the configuration of outgoing calls will depend exclusively on your server. We do not provide support to configure your server.

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