cvegas Posted May 10, 2010 Report Share Posted May 10, 2010 For many reasons this is what I am starting out with to lean pbxnsip. I have a dual xeon 2.8 6GB memory raid 0 with 250 GB drives (can't get the raid to work properly but don't care at this point) Installed a 180 day eval of Windows 2003 server Enterprise edition. I am doing this out of my small home office which does have a static ip. I am using a Linksys WRT54G router that is the DHCP server. I presently use a hosted trixbox application that needs to keep running so that my present office VOIP is not interrupted while testing. Once I have everything set up, and have decided that I want to switch to pbxnsip, I would get a copy of the 2003 server software, rebuild the box, purchase and install the proper pbxnsip version on the box, and put it in a data center with it's own ip. Does anyone see problems with getting the pbxnsip server set up to co-esist with my present service or the migration path I am considering? Your thoughts and suggestions are appreciated. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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