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Linux LiveCD VoIP Server

The Linux LiveCD VoIP server is a software appliance that can provide a private Vonage or Grand Central type service starting at $399, including one year of email and ssh support. It can use any SIP phone device such as those produced by Linksys and Nokia, products based on WM6, and the iPhone.

Recent releases

  •  31 Jul 2009 17:29

    Release Notes: This release has kernel, minor bugfixes, and updated documentation.

    •  22 Apr 2009 20:24

      Release Notes: The OpenVPN module was updated, allowing secure voice communications for both soft phones and hardware phones.

      •  17 Mar 2009 03:04

        Release Notes: A VMware-compat€ible boot ISO and minor bugfixes for SER core and MySQL.

        •  29 Sep 2008 06:29

          Release Notes: This module implements standard calling card services via traditional "dial through", with PIN or caller ID (CID) authentication. It supports prepaid, postpaid, and flat-rate accounts. It is based on ASTCC and integrated with SER.

          •  12 Sep 2008 04:32

            Release Notes: A new forwarding module has been added. This release has GrandCentral Style Service (limited). It includes Follow-Me, Ring-All-Phones, and PSTN Forwarding with integrated accounting. iptables has been updated to 1.4.0.


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