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<table width="100%"> <tr><td bgcolor="#FFCFCF">This page was written by Pluto and imported with their permission when LinuxMCE branched off in February, 2007.  In general any information should apply to LinuxMCE.  However, this page should be edited to reflect changes to LinuxMCE and remove old references to Pluto.</td></tr> </table><h1>How to configure Asterisk with AMP (Asterisk management portal)</h1>
 
<table width="100%"> <tr><td bgcolor="#FFCFCF">This page was written by Pluto and imported with their permission when LinuxMCE branched off in February, 2007.  In general any information should apply to LinuxMCE.  However, this page should be edited to reflect changes to LinuxMCE and remove old references to Pluto.</td></tr> </table><h1>How to configure Asterisk with AMP (Asterisk management portal)</h1>
<p>AMP is a separate web based configuration tool for Asterisk.  See amp.coalescentsystems.ca for full documentation.  Here is a quick intro as it relates to Pluto.  Note the AMP integration is not fully complete.  In time this process will become more seamless.</p>
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<p>AMP is a separate web based configuration tool for Asterisk.  See amp.coalescentsystems.ca for full documentation.  Here is a quick intro as it relates to LinuxMCE.  Note the AMP integration is not fully complete.  In time this process will become more seamless.</p>
 
<p><b>Step 1: Add your phones</b></p>
 
<p><b>Step 1: Add your phones</b></p>
<p>The phones in your home will be stored in 2 places: Once in Pluto's database as Pluto devices.  This is where the orbiters retrieve the list of phones in the house to display on the screens, and also the phones you can position on the floorplan.  Secondly, AMP also maintains its own list of phone extensions that it uses to configure Asterisk.  Normally Pluto's list and AMP's list will stay in sync automatically.  You can verify this by checking Wizard, Devices, Phones to see Pluto's list.
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<p>The phones in your home will be stored in 2 places: Once in LinuxMCE's database as LinuxMCE devices.  This is where the orbiters retrieve the list of phones in the house to display on the screens, and also the phones you can position on the floorplan.  Secondly, AMP also maintains its own list of phone extensions that it uses to configure Asterisk.  Normally LinuxMCE's list and AMP's list will stay in sync automatically.  You can verify this by checking Wizard, Devices, Phones to see LinuxMCE's list.
 
It should look like this <br>include/images/amp/amp-00.jpg" target="_blank"><img src="include/images/amp/t-amp-00.jpg</p>
 
It should look like this <br>include/images/amp/amp-00.jpg" target="_blank"><img src="include/images/amp/t-amp-00.jpg</p>
  
 
<p>Go to include/images/amp/amp-01.jpg" target="_blank">Wizard, Devices, Phone Setup</a>, you will see <a href="include/images/amp/amp-02.jpg" target="_blank
 
<p>Go to include/images/amp/amp-01.jpg" target="_blank">Wizard, Devices, Phone Setup</a>, you will see <a href="include/images/amp/amp-02.jpg" target="_blank
 
  click 'Setup', then include/images/amp/amp-03.jpg" target="_blank
 
  click 'Setup', then include/images/amp/amp-03.jpg" target="_blank
and you'll be be able to include/images/amp/amp-04.jpg" target="_blank an extension (usefull if your phone is not plug-and-play), but take a look at extension list in the right. The 'Extension' in AMP's list should equal the 'PhoneNumber' in Pluto's list, and in Pluto's list if you click the 'ADV' button, you will see Pluto's IP address, which should correspond to AMP's.</br>
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and you'll be be able to include/images/amp/amp-04.jpg" target="_blank an extension (usefull if your phone is not plug-and-play), but take a look at extension list in the right. The 'Extension' in AMP's list should equal the 'PhoneNumber' in LinuxMCE's list, and in LinuxMCE's list if you click the 'ADV' button, you will see LinuxMCE's IP address, which should correspond to AMP's.</br>
 
include/images/amp/amp-05.jpg" target="_blank"><img src="include/images/amp/t-amp-05.jpg"></a><a href="include/images/amp/amp-05a.jpg" target="_blank"><img src="include/images/amp/t-amp-05a.jpg</p>
 
include/images/amp/amp-05.jpg" target="_blank"><img src="include/images/amp/t-amp-05.jpg"></a><a href="include/images/amp/amp-05a.jpg" target="_blank"><img src="include/images/amp/t-amp-05a.jpg</p>
  
<p>Pluto has its own plug & play back end.  If you have IP based phones, just plug them in.  If we have that model in our plug & play database it should appear automatically in AMP's phone extension table and also in Pluto's Device list.  Otherwise you must add the phones manually to both lists.  For each phone specify the IP address of the phone and a give each phone a unique phone extension (the 'Phone Number' on Pluto's list).</p>
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<p>LinuxMCE has its own plug & play back end.  If you have IP based phones, just plug them in.  If we have that model in our plug & play database it should appear automatically in AMP's phone extension table and also in LinuxMCE's Device list.  Otherwise you must add the phones manually to both lists.  For each phone specify the IP address of the phone and a give each phone a unique phone extension (the 'Phone Number' on LinuxMCE's list).</p>
 
 
 
<p>Check that device is listed as child of 'Asterisk' device.</p>
 
<p>Check that device is listed as child of 'Asterisk' device.</p>
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<p>Next step it to setup external lines...Please follow your VOIP  
 
<p>Next step it to setup external lines...Please follow your VOIP  
 
     provider's instructions. </p>
 
     provider's instructions. </p>
 
 

Revision as of 08:22, 15 March 2007

This page was written by Pluto and imported with their permission when LinuxMCE branched off in February, 2007. In general any information should apply to LinuxMCE. However, this page should be edited to reflect changes to LinuxMCE and remove old references to Pluto.

How to configure Asterisk with AMP (Asterisk management portal)

AMP is a separate web based configuration tool for Asterisk. See amp.coalescentsystems.ca for full documentation. Here is a quick intro as it relates to LinuxMCE. Note the AMP integration is not fully complete. In time this process will become more seamless.

Step 1: Add your phones

The phones in your home will be stored in 2 places: Once in LinuxMCE's database as LinuxMCE devices. This is where the orbiters retrieve the list of phones in the house to display on the screens, and also the phones you can position on the floorplan. Secondly, AMP also maintains its own list of phone extensions that it uses to configure Asterisk. Normally LinuxMCE's list and AMP's list will stay in sync automatically. You can verify this by checking Wizard, Devices, Phones to see LinuxMCE's list. It should look like this
include/images/amp/amp-00.jpg" target="_blank"><img src="include/images/amp/t-amp-00.jpg

Go to include/images/amp/amp-01.jpg" target="_blank">Wizard, Devices, Phone Setup</a>, you will see <a href="include/images/amp/amp-02.jpg" target="_blank click 'Setup', then include/images/amp/amp-03.jpg" target="_blank and you'll be be able to include/images/amp/amp-04.jpg" target="_blank an extension (usefull if your phone is not plug-and-play), but take a look at extension list in the right. The 'Extension' in AMP's list should equal the 'PhoneNumber' in LinuxMCE's list, and in LinuxMCE's list if you click the 'ADV' button, you will see LinuxMCE's IP address, which should correspond to AMP's.</br> include/images/amp/amp-05.jpg" target="_blank"><img src="include/images/amp/t-amp-05.jpg"></a><a href="include/images/amp/amp-05a.jpg" target="_blank"><img src="include/images/amp/t-amp-05a.jpg

LinuxMCE has its own plug & play back end. If you have IP based phones, just plug them in. If we have that model in our plug & play database it should appear automatically in AMP's phone extension table and also in LinuxMCE's Device list. Otherwise you must add the phones manually to both lists. For each phone specify the IP address of the phone and a give each phone a unique phone extension (the 'Phone Number' on LinuxMCE's list).

Check that device is listed as child of 'Asterisk' device.

Goto AMP's config site include/images/amp/amp-05.jpg" target="_blank section...

  • if your phone is plug&play it should be listed on the right, select it and just check if all data are ok.
  • otherwise include/images/amp/amp-04.jpg" target="_blank (specify phone type(SIP/IAX2), Extention, Password and later IP address.

Don't forget to regenerate screens on orbiters and quick reload for dcerouter.

If you added more than one phone, try to call between them

It's a good idea to setup a default phone in include/images/amp/amp-15.jpg" target="_blank section

Step 2: Add your phone lines and VOIP providers

Next step it to setup external lines...Please follow your VOIP provider's instructions.