Architecture and software development

Oscar Soriano Riera oskar at
Sat Oct 23 23:24:40 UTC 2010

 Hi Patrick

 The scenario that I find most attractive is 2, can associate with a PC 
 with a card pcmcia to any type of FP either an asterisk or any other 
 manufacturer's base seems exciting.
 I'll be anxious to try any new developments that take place in the 
 software, if you think that the slides can be useful for the web I can 
 send examples to illustrate the sources, since it is a topic largely 
 unknown in Spain and could help. Anything that can help you be an honor 
 for me.
 Thank you very much for your work
 Heavy greetings

 On Sat, 23 Oct 2010 18:29:29 +0200, Patrick McHardy wrote:
> Am 21.10.2010 12:37, schrieb Oscar Soriano Riera:
>> Hi Patrick
>> I have a question about the architecture and software development 
>> today.
>> I've prepared an image(Dect-labv1.0.jpg) on the 3 scenarios in which 
>> I
>> work, basically would be the following:
>> 1) DECT Terminals Connected to Asterisk
>> This lab works perfectly, with the latest versions that have posted
>> until today.
>> 2) Connect a PC card pcmcia Dosh & Amand like a Portable Part (PP)
>> You can use a pc with a pcmcia and associate as a PP to asterisk
>> server-Dect  for make calls with other users?, I have questions /
>> problems as a register from the laptop to asterix
>> 3) Linking two Asterisk servers using the DECT protocol to share 
>> calls
>> between PBXs
>> It is possible this configuration?
> Both 2) and 3) certainly can be done, but are not implemented - its
> basically the same thing, in scenario 3) one of the asterisk servers
> would pose as PP. It shouldn't be that much work to add support for
> this to the asterisk dect channel plugin, I'd estimate a few hours.

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