On Jun 3, 2006, at 12:32 PM, Jason Lixfeld wrote:
I don't like the idea of having to run Linux because their system
tools just don't compare to FreeBSD, but I have had bad experience
in the past with FreeBSD + Asterisk using software timing. This
time around, I have a TDM400P with an FXO for timing, but I'm not
sure what the zaptel support is like currently.
Asking around in asterisk land is useless because they are all
linux zealots so I can't get a straight answer except for "FreeBSD
Sucks" so I'm hoping someone on this side of the fence can give me
a little more comprehensive overview of their experiences.
The system isn't anything complicated.. Just MoH, the TDM400P and
Anyone have any experience, one way or the other?
You might want to ask on the asterisk-bsd list
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From what I gather it seems to be getting better. I tried back in
Jan and had some issues with my TDM400 cards but it sounds like the
issue was fixed. I am just getting back in and am probably going the
Linux route :-( for now since it seems to be more mature there and
the 3rd party add-ons are Linux based and I just need to get the
phone system running and forget about it (figuratively).
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