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Communication Consolidation

Communication Consolidation
Welcome To FreeSWITCH The World's First Cross-Platform Scalable FREE Multi-Protocol Soft Switch FreeSWITCH is a scalable open source cross-platform telephony platform designed to route and interconnect popular communication protocols using audio, video, text or any other form of media. It was created in 2006 to fill the void left by proprietary commercial solutions. FreeSWITCH also provides a stable telephony platform on which many telephony applications can be developed using a wide range of free tools. FreeSWITCH was originally designed and implemented by Anthony Minessale with the help of Brian West and Michael Jerris.

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Asterisk auto-dial out Asterisk call files are structured files which, when moved to the appropriate directory, are able to automatically place calls using Asterisk. Call files are a great way place calls automatically without using more complex Asterisk features like the AGI, AMI, and dialplan, and require very little technical knowledge to use.The Asterisk dial plan extensions.conf responds to someone calling an extension on a channel. If you want to initiate a call from an external application, there are several ways to do this.

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Asterisk config extensions.conf The configuration file "extensions.conf" contains the "dial plan" of Asterisk, the master plan of control or execution flow for all of its operations. It controls how incoming and outgoing calls are handled and routed. This is where you configure the behavior of all connections through your PBX. The content of "extensions.conf" is organized in sections, which can be either for static settings and definitions, or for executable dialplan components in which case they are referred to as contexts.

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