[Freeswitch-users] basic setup and test

Michael S Collins msc at freeswitch.org
Sun May 10 21:36:54 PDT 2009

If you installed the default configuration then you've already got a  
PBX. I recommend looking at the default.xml file in conf/dialplan and  
also the user setup files like 1000.xml in conf/directory/default.

The default config has 20 users already setup including voicemail. It  
also has examples on how to setup a service provider (gateway) for  
VoIP. See conf/sip_profiles for more information. Also, read up on  
this topic on the wiki. Sip profiles are very confusing at first.

The best thing you can do is set up a system with the default config  
and play with it. You'll soon learn lots of things that you can do.


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On May 10, 2009, at 5:12 PM, "Nilesh J. Vaghela" <electromech at electromech.info 
 > wrote:

> Hi,
> I am new to voip and freeswitch too.
> I am trying to configure freeswitch initially for testing purpose.
> I configured freeswitch on Fedora10 working ok.
> With default configuration I can use EKIGA and X-Lite.
> I want is configure freeswitch as soft EPABX.
> Is there any small or basic howto any body can suggest.
> -- 
> Nilesh Vaghela
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