technow wrote:I can install (OS,Asterisk,FreePBX) configure it and all my offices will be able to use the system even though they are not in the same location
I presume other offices will be able to access it on the internet to set up new extensions,phone numbers etc.
technow wrote:is there any specific how-to I can follow to create a bare minimum system?
mket wrote:I presume other offices will be able to access it on the internet to set up new extensions,phone numbers etc.
Depends on what you mean by "access." In the sense that a properly configured client device will be able to connect to your Asterisk server, yes- your other offices will be able to "access" it. Adding new extensions/phone numbers/clients/devices requires administrator-level privileges on your Asterisk server, but can be changed or added from anywhere via SSH.
technow wrote:client calls landline number for office x --- gets a greeting "Welcome to office x please dial required extension or dial 1 for sales , 2 - for support, etc," --- if client dials extension he/she is transferred to the extension number --- if not then the phone is forwarded to a receptionist
client calls my bosses mobile number --- gets greeting "welcome to boss man from office x he is not available right now please leave a message "
and a similar system for other offices but with different numbers
riddlebox wrote:do you have VPN's or MPLS to each site? If you do then it would be real simple to host the pbx yourself....
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