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In this guide you can read about how to connect Ozeki Phone System XE to your AsteriskNow server. All you need to do is to create an extension in AsteriskNow which Ozeki Phone System XE can use to connect to it.
VoIP or broadband phone is a phone service over your high-speed Internet connection. VoIP can turn a standard Internet connection into a way to place phone calls. Voice over Internet Protocol is based on convert your voice into packets, and transmitting these packets to the destination.
If you or your corporation already have an operative PBX but you would like to use the
useful and particular features of the Ozeki Phone System XE you can easily connect them
by using the Ozeki Phone System XE VoIP service provider. It is also useful when you want
to connect your system to an outer service to make and accept calls by using outside lines.
It could be very effective to use the features of the Ozeki Phone System XE like the sending and receiving SMS messages besides VoIP calls and services and you can use the benefits of the Webphone of Ozeki. By connecting a webphone to your PBX you can make it possible for your customers to reach your support staff easily. Any web browser is capable of handling microphones and web cameras, making voice and video chat become available. And the visitors of your website can call your corporation for free because they can connect to your phone system.
This page explains how you can setup Ozeki Phone System XE with your AsteriskNow server.
On this page you can read about a system that works as follows: First, log into AsteriskNow and create a dialplan. Then create a user which Ozeki Phone System XE can use to register to the PBX. After the registration, you can start to call your contacts. The called party can be a VoIP phone, a land-line phone, or a mobile phone. Figure 1 demonstrates the process.
Figure 1 - Connection with AsteriskNow
Before you start to follow the steps of this guide, it is assumed that you have already installed AsteriskNow into your linux server, and installed Ozeki Phone System XE to your computer. You can download Ozeki Phone System XE from the download page.
As a first step, you need to configure a user to make phone calls via AsteriskNow. I have already installed AsteriskNow PBX into my linux server, its IP address is: 192.168.91.151. Open a browser and navigate to its web interface. The example URL will be the following: http://192.168.91.151:8088/static/config/index.html Once you are at the login page, login as administrator (Figure 2).
Figure 2 - Login as administrator
After login, click on Dial Plans menu item (Figure 3).
Figure 3 - Click on Dial Plans
At the Dial Plans page, click on New DialPlan button to create a new dial plan (Figure 4).
Figure 4 - Create a new Dial Plan
Enter a name for the dial plan (e.g. DialPlan1), and click on Save (Figure 5)
Figure 5 - Save new dialplan
After the dialplan is created click on Users (Figure 6).
Figure 6 - Click on Users
Create a new user for Ozeki Phone System XE by cicking on the Create New User button (Figure 7).
Figure 7 - Create new user
Provide an Extension number and a Password into the respective fields (e.g. 6001), and click on Apply Changes (Figure 8).
Figure 8 - New user details
In order to apply the created changes, click on Apply Changes at the top of the screen (Figure 9).
Figure 9 - Apply changes
Now the configuration of AsteriskNow is done and you can start to configure Ozeki Phone System XE.
It is assumed that you have already downloaded Ozeki Phone System XE and installed it into you computer.
You will need to login to the Ozeki Phone System XE and install a VoIP provider. At the VoIP provider installation section you can set General, Network and Call options and you can select the audio and the video codecs of the calls.
You can reach the configuration of the VoIP service provider on the How to connect to VoIP service providers page.
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