Asterisk, VoIP For The Masses

Presented at Notacon 2 (2005), April 8, 2005, 6 p.m. (60 minutes)

Asterisk, VoIP For The Masses is an introduction to the Asterisk Open-Source PBX and VoIP (Voice-over-IP) telephony software. Experts predict that sales and implementation of VoIP PBX and Phone Systems will outpace traditional telephony implementations by 2007. Greg will help us to understand the basics of VoIP and explain the features of the Asterisk PBX system, a system primarily developed and implemented on Linux. Audience members can expect to get a basic education on the principals of VoIP and how Asterisk can be used as a Telephony Toolkit to replace proprietary phone systems. Hawaiian shirts are optional.


  • Greg Boehnlein aka Damin - N2Net
    Gregory Boehnlein is VP of N2Net, a provider of mission critical hosting based in Cleveland, Ohio. In addition to 10 plus years of experience working with telco service providers, Greg is a director on the board of the Linux Users Group of Cleveland and an active Asterisk developer.


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