Chapter 2 gives an overview of Asterisk the PBX software at the core of Trix Box and gives the reader a feel for the features of a powerful Vo IP telephone system.Chapter 3 explains the relationship between Asterisk and Trix Box and introduces the enhancements and power the combination of these tools provides.
He has a background in Infrastructure and Information Security in a number of specialised environments such as financial services institutions, telecommunications companies, call centres, and other organisations across multiple continents.
The book begins by introducing telephony concepts before detailing how to plan a telephone system and moving on to the installation, configuration, and management of a feature packed PBX.
This book is rich with practical examples and tools.
Ideally, its auto populated with users information, such as if it pulls from the extensions.
I am using the latest version of Free PBX with a few Snom and Yealink test phones.
Chapter 4 walks the user through planning a telephone system with accompanying spreadsheets to fill in, in order to properly plan for the installation and configuration of the system.