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Re: Asterisk on FC3



Asterisk is in axel thimms atrpms repository since ages.. (rh9 times??)
The pbx software could use a package in extras... needs to be very
progressively maintained though in my eyes... best suiteable would be
an active upstream developer in my personal opinion... or maybe ask
axel thimm since he has lots of experience with it already.

regards,
Rudolf Kastl

p.s. theres a new asterisk release out ;) guess you want to upgrade
since it contains lots of bug fixes...

2005/7/5, Alexander Dalloz <ad+lists uni-x org>:
> Am Di, den 05.07.2005 schrieb Andreas Wahlert um 11:34:
> 
> > ok i try to answer without flaming :-)
> 
> Thanks for the answer :)
> 
> > I'm realy not a fan of ISA, but if you have only M$ Servers behind it
> > and the local admin's are not realy experts in firewalling, it's an
> > comfortable product.
> 
> Does the local admin need to be a firewall expert? Normally there is not
> much need to fluently change firewalling rules.
> 
> > You can route to several internal http Servers in considuration of the
> > hostheaders. You have an outlook RPC Filter (uuuhhhhh). The Proxy is
> > integrated in AD an so on.
> 
> I see the money cows ;)
> 
> > OK OK. If it's possible i use ipfw or iptables too, but sometimes there
> > are customers, that want to use M$ only. :-(
> 
> iptables (Linux) or ipfilter (FreeBSD) or PF (OpenBSD / FreeBSD) are
> pretty powerful.
> 
> > Andreas
> 
> Back to your initial question: as neither Asterisk is an application
> designed on or with Fedora (any repository having it packaged? don't
> know any) and especially the M$ ISA product being non FOSS you are
> better asking your question on the Asterisk mailing list or on any M$
> forum.
> 
> Alexander
> 
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