[Freeswitch-users] [Windows] Stable enough for production use?
peter.olsson at visionutveckling.se
Wed Dec 16 07:29:28 PST 2009
We've been running FS in win32 in a "semi-production" environment for some time now (since version 1.0.1 - following the trunk all the time since then). We use it as both a lab environment - to distribute SIP-trunks to different PBX'es, and also for "real" endpoints for some (about 10-15) of our internal users. Over the time there have been a few issues (now many though), but from 1.0.4 and later it's been very stable for our use, and no memory leaks etc.
We haven't tried analog PSTN connections though, only SIP, h323 (opal) and some (not much) use of Sangoma E1 connected to one of our PBX'es.
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Ämne: [Freeswitch-users] [Windows] Stable enough for production use?
Since Freeswitch is also available for Windows (and Mac, but I don't
anything about Macintosh), I'd like some feedback from users who routinely
run Freeswitch on that OS.
Is it stable enough to be used in production to handle a single analog line
(ie. SOHO use), or should I warn customers that they really should buy a
dedicated Linux box to run FS?
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