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    Default Tiny IP PBX software for linux?

    I am looking at throwing together a cheap bare bones voip setup for a client. Basically they have 5 locations and I want to get 5 linksys pap2t ATA adapters one for each location. I then want to have all these tied to a minimalistic SIP server that all it does is handle internal extension routing.

    Does anyone know of a very minimalistic linux software package that could do this? I am trying to stay away from Asterisk because it has way more features than needed.

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    Try pbx in a flash. www-pbxinaflash-com

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    trixbox is a nice one. we sell it and it works very well.
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    I know you said you don't want to go with Asterisk because it has too many features, but you don't have to use them all I would second PBX in a flash, put it on a $199 Acer Aspire Revo (Nerdvittles tells you how).

    You could also do a hosted solution and not have to worry about hardware. This would probably be the least complicated solution.

    Also, are you sure you want to go with a pap2t? For a similar cost you could get a decent IP phone and have the flexibility of adding more extensions as needed.

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    I think I'm going to play around with the voip build of DDWRT. Apparently it includes whats called a SIP proxy that will do exactly what I want.

    The reason I want to go with pap2t is so we can add the line to all phones with our current pbx systems.

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    If you are looking for tiny PBX, look at something called Askozia. It is formated to look like m0n0wall and it fits on a 64mb flash card.
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