[Freeswitch-users] Migration to FS
anthony.minessale at gmail.com
Thu Oct 23 05:49:00 PDT 2008
Here are some more videos from the last ClueCon
On Thu, Oct 23, 2008 at 5:03 AM, Thomas Troesch <ttroesch at dslextreme.com>wrote:
> Thank you for your input. I am clearly naive about what may be required,
> and I need to get more details on what is currently in use.
> The environment is not 'can't-be-down-for-a-second' - it has crashed
> before - but that became an emergency. It is possible to plan for short
> ( 1/2 hour ) downtimes, but not easily.
> Thank you for the link - it was interesting. I also listened to some talks
> by Diana Cionoiu of YATES and Nenad Corbic from Sangoma that I found on
> you-tube ( from Asterisk-Tag in Germany ). It helped by giving some
> context for things I'm not familiar with.
> I'll check in on the IRC when I have some questions.
> On Wednesday 22 October 2008 15:01:34 Michael Collins wrote:
> > On Wed, Oct 22, 2008 at 9:50 AM, Thomas Troesch
> <ttroesch at dslextreme.com>wrote:
> > > Is there a document or recommended strategy on how to migrate from an
> > > existing PBX system to FS? There are 2 T1-PRI lines used 24/7 (call
> > > center) which can't be down for development or testing. The existing
> > > system is InterTel.
> > Right now the OpenZAP stuff is still in development. I can't recommend
> > putting it in a 24/7 can't-be-down-for-a-second kind of environment, at
> > least not yet. We're getting there... Also, be sure to note which PRI
> > protocol variant (aka "dialect") you are currently using. OZ supports DMS
> > and 5ESS pretty well but NI2 is still a little iffy. Again, we're working
> > on it but there are only so many hours in the day...
> > As for documentation, I'm almost positive that there aren't any docs
> > extant that describe this process. I do know that Yossi N. has migrated
> > from Asterisk to FreeSWITCH and has some experience. His presentation at
> > ClueCon this year is available here:
> > However, I don't think we're at the point of how to rip out a legacy PBX
> > and drop in FS. Not yet, but give us some time... :)
> > > I have a Sangoma A104D available with a tap ready to be installed. I'm
> > > thinking (hoping?) that I can start by using it to monitor and/or
> > > record calls without interfering with the InterTel.
> > I am interested in knowing if you can pull this off. I'd love to see this
> > in action. I've got an A104D and I would be very interested in seeing
> > someone get the HI-Z setup nailed down so that you can tap T1 lines. I'm
> > particularly interested in sniffing d-chan traffic but I would also be
> > interested in seeing someone use FS to create a call-recording system. (I
> > know that Tri-Sys in NJ uses YATE + Sangoma for this, so I'm 100% sure
> > that it is possible.)
> > If you feel like being a trailblazer then by all means go for it! Hop on
> > IRC (#freeswitch and #openzap on irc.freenode.net) and pepper us all
> > questions. The only rules are "be cool" and "document it on the wiki if
> > you learn something that wasn't already there."
> > -MC
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