Easier and better way then running your own on raspberry pi is https://simonics.com/services/ . With your own pbx you can do much more. Multiple google extensions, emailing voice mails, recording etc. Another site to investigate is pbxinaflash.com forums.
Obi110 was on end of support with no firmware upgrades. On November 1 2017 Google Voice changed certificates and Obi110 failed with ” Backing off” Connection error.
Initially thought as DNS Server issue and tried all and when support refused any firmware updates for Obi110 to fix the certificate issue, I noticed a SIP alternative using a third party provider for incoming calls in the obhi forums. It is a although a puny $6 one time charge, not sure how long this will last, I decided to find an open source solution for running own SIP Pbx. Googling resulted in Asterisk PBX solution and I had a spare raspberry pi w ( bought @Mircocenter for $5) that I could use.
Here are the steps to prepare raspberry PI:
- Download the raspbx from http://download.raspberry-asterisk.org/raspbx-10-10-2017.zip.
- Use a software like etcher to image it to an SD CARD( Steps: https://www.raspberrypi.org/magpi/pi-sd-etcher/)
- Add WIFI connection settings configuration file wpa-supplicant file.
sudo nano /etc/wpa_supplicant/wpa_supplicant.conf
- Go to the bottom of the file and add the following:
4.Now reboot and login using root and raspberry as password. Change password for security and then run raspbx-upgrade.
5.Added a static route in the router to use a fixed local ip.
6. connect to the system using ” ssh root@IPAddress” , where IPAddress is the static IP of the raspbx box.
7.Change timezone ( configure-timezone command ) and also keyboard and localization settings using raspi-config command)
Here are the steps to configuration of the raspbx pbx.
( more info here http://www.raspberry-asterisk.org/documentation/#basicconf)
- go to http://ipaddress to config the asterisk using FreePBX Gui.
- First it will ask you to enter password for admin and an admin user will be created.
- Using Menu -> Applications–> Extensions create a new PJSIP Extension. ( Dont forget to Submit and Apply config to save )
- Using Connectivity-> Google Voice (Motif) configure Gmail Voice. In Gmail security , you can create a new app password and then use this app password here. Also make sure Add Trunk checkbox and add outbound routes is enabled.
- Once you submit and apply. you should see a connected status as below.
- Open the outbound route created and remove the defaulted route password. Also move this over the default Star Communication outbound route.
- Add a new Inbound route using Connectivity–>Inbound routes ( in the DID Number add the GOOGLE Voice number without any formatting like 2222332323. Also add set destination by selecting an extension that we created before.)
Test using Iphone or Android phone( Optional)
Download Zoiper SIP Softphone and add the extension and call any phone to see if the PBX is using the google voice account.
Here are the steps to configure Obi110
- use instructions from https://wiki.freepbx.org/pages/viewpage.action?pageId=4161592.
- in the obi config ip, change the Phone port Primary Line in the physical interfaces to use SP1 Service.
- Reboot the Obi110 and check SP1 Status. It should show
Now you should all set to receive and place calls using your phones.
http://www.marinamele.com/taskbuster-django-tutorial – Mac based
- sublime Text
- Virtualenv Wrapper ?
- Django 1.81
- selenium for Functional tests ( testing Goat )
- Bootstrap files
- Firefox developer edition
a) Get Python3 ,Virtualenv and PIP
b) create a new folder C:/DEV/LWC
c) virtualenv lwc to start a new vitualenv , that creates a new folder under LWC.
d) .\lwc\Scripts\activate to activate virtual env
e) pip3 install django or easy_install django
f) django-admin startproject new1
g) cd new1
h) use sublime menu option project save as to new1. to start editior
Defined as ” flexible, efficient, automated mechanism for serializing structured data” like XML but much smaller and so much faster and also simpler
You will need to define the data to be structured once (in .proto files) and then use generated coded to easily read and write the structured data to and from the data streams. The data structure can be updated without actually breaking the existing code.
The way it works is that the structure of the message is a series of name-value pairs and with one or more uniquely numbered fields. The value types can be numbers, strings.
qRFC Outbound Queue Monitor: SMQ1
qRFC Inbound Queue Monitor: SMQ2
Monitors data transfer between the ERP
System Application log SLG1
Integration Engine – Monitoring SXMB_MONI
Monitors the status of the BDoc messages and detects the application or customizing errors during data exchange.
SMW01: Displays BDoc message content and possible validation or receiver errors.
SMW02: Displays BDoc message summary in dependency on the sender site ID.
SMW02a: Groups BDoc messages according to validation or receiver errors.
SMW03: Displays client-independent BDoc message summary