On Wednesday 29 July 2009 10:18:08 pm Skip Evans wrote:
> I've been asked to write a simple couple of public pages that
> would let an Asterisk customer modify their account
> configuration, but the client has no idea how Asterisk stores
> its data, apparently not in MySQL.
> Anyone know of any resources for accessing Asterisk from PHP?
> If anyone has done this can you tell me if I'm on the right
> track here?
Asterisk's default storage was text files.
You should check Trixbox.
It was a Asterisk with MySQL backend. Also it has all bells and whistles. And
web based management console.
Even it comes packed with a centos.
Your link shows how to remote asterisk console from web.
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