11-25-2007, 06:50 PM
| | Re: ASTERISK@HOME QUESTIONS AND PROBLEMS
hello thanks for your advide ill try all those tomorrow
its asterisk@home 1.4
On Nov 25, 9:07 pm, Jono <notha...@blueyonder.invalid> wrote:
> phpguy laid this down on his screen :
> > hello chaps i got some questions i need to ask abouty asterisk
> What version of Asterisk@home?
> > 1) how do i setup a sip trunk with voipbuster when im behind a nat
> > router ?
> Although the below settings apply to my voipcheap account, voipbuster
> is similar
> > 2) i enabled the ourtgoung calls recording into wav format but i cant
> > download them to my pc because i cannot ftp as root and when u enabled
> > that i dont have access to thje recordings folder by default, how do i
> > solve that ?
> Download a programme called WinSCP & connect to your Asterisk's IP
> address. Log in as root & navigate to the folder
> /var/spool/asterisk/monitor (at least that's where the recordings are
> on mine)
> If you haven't changed to root password, it will be password. Make sure
> you change it.
> I asked above which version of AAH, as you should be able to access the
> recordings from the home screen if you have littlejohn's ARI interface.
> This is installed by default on some later releases)
> Asterisk Recording Interface. A new web-based utility for managing your
> voicemail now is included in AMP and can be accessed by clicking
> Voicemail & Recordings on the initial AMP screen at the IP address of
> your Asterisk system. It also can be accessed athttp://Asterisk-IP-address/recordings/. To log in to the Asterisk
> Recording Interface (ARI), just enter an extension number on your
> Asterisk system and the password for that extension. From the web
> interface, you can manage your voicemail messages including playing
> them back, you can review the call log, and you can set your voicemail
> password as well as your desired setup for recording calls by setting
> the call monitor defaults for this extension. Change your
> ari_admin_password on line 53: nano -w