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International Journal of Recent Trends in Engineering (IJRTE)

ISSN 1797-9617

Volume 1,  Number 2,  May 2009

Issue on Computer Science

Page(s): 274-275

Internet Protocol Private Branch Exchange

           G. Kavitha, K.T. Kanya Kumari, D.R. Santhosh Kumar

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Abstract

An IP PBX (Internet Protocol Private Branch Exchange) provides more efficient switching and a more professional “look” than if everyone in a business has their own separate IP connection and an account. It allows phone calls to be forwarded within the company and for internal voice-mail and conferencing capabilities that might otherwise have to be outsourced.  The IP PBX combines data and voice communications systems in the workplace. Across the world, enterprises are gradually making a transition to solutions that allow them to leverage their existing data networks for voice communications.

The main aim of this paper is to provide an overview of developing a complete IP PBX system using open source PBX core Asterisk and lighttpd web server. Asterisk is available on a large number of platforms, including Linux. Asterisk, can interoperate between VoIP and traditional PSTN systems. In order to integrate Asterisk and web server-Lighttpd, a common gateway interface is designed using Perl. Using the CGI configuring and testing all the features of IPPBX can be performed.

Index Terms

IP PBX, Asterisk, Lighttpd, GUI

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