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Discussion in 'Security Alarms' started by G. Morgan, Jan 24, 2011.

  1. G. Morgan

    G. Morgan Guest

    Does anyone know of a software based alarm receiver emulator? I
    want the panel to dial a number and have the emulator pick-up and
    generate the proper tones for a successful kiss off. I would
    prefer it run in Linux.

    I happened across this one:
    http://www.voip-info.org/wiki/view/Asterisk+cmd+AlarmReceiver

    But I don't see a d/l link.
     
  2. Bob La Londe

    Bob La Londe Guest

    Is Alarmsoft still around?
     
  3. G. Morgan

    G. Morgan Guest

    The website is up. Has not been updated in a long time it looks
    like. Which product would help?
     
  4. G. Morgan

    G. Morgan Guest

    Why can't you give it out?
     
  5. technomaNge

    technomaNge Guest


    Asterisk is a PBX. Google for that.
    I'm guessing the Alarm Receiver is a module you can
    add to the Asterisk software.


    technomaNge
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  6. G. Morgan

    G. Morgan Guest

    Could you provide the source so I may inquire?

    Or ask on my behalf?
     
  7. G. Morgan

    G. Morgan Guest

    Yup, I got the Asterisk NOW DVD that has Asterisk, Free PBX, and a
    Linux build. I have not installed that package yet.

    What I have so far is Twilio and Open VBX up and running. If I
    can install Asterisk to what I already have working that would be
    cool.
     
  8. Guest

    Guest Guest

    "G. Morgan" a écrit dans le message de groupe de discussion :
    ...

    Yup, I got the Asterisk NOW DVD that has Asterisk, Free PBX, and a
    Linux build. I have not installed that package yet.

    What I have so far is Twilio and Open VBX up and running. If I
    can install Asterisk to what I already have working that would be
    cool.

    ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    try running this in virtualbox www.virtualbox.org.

    its very easy to setup any OS on windows/linux/OSX and more, way better and
    fast then microsoft virtual pc, and its only a damn file, just back up the
    virtual hd after installation and you are good to go and mess up anything.
    copy back the virtual hd over the live one to go back to a fresh install..

    And the best part, its free..
     
  9. Bob La Londe

    Bob La Londe Guest

    * You seriously believe I would consider doing that?

    Why not? Competitive advantage?
     
  10. G. Morgan

    G. Morgan Guest

    What is it a State secret or something? Why can't you tell me who
    the developer is?
     
  11. G. Morgan

    G. Morgan Guest


    Are you talking about Asterisk or something else?
     
  12. G. Morgan

    G. Morgan Guest

  13. Doug

    Doug Guest

  14. G. Morgan

    G. Morgan Guest

    Fine, I sense this is more personal than proprietary.
     
  15. G. Morgan

    G. Morgan Guest

    Petty...

    You probably don't even have what I'm looking for anyway.
     
  16. Hakma

    Hakma Guest

    As far as I can remember, Asterisk can only talk Contact ID and unless you
    are familiar with script writing in Linux, it's going to be s steep learning
    curve.

    Easier to just buy a used receiver.
     
  17. Hakma

    Hakma Guest

    And you need to install a FXO card in your Asterisk server in order for it
    to receive analog call.
     
  18. G. Morgan

    G. Morgan Guest

    That's what I was afraid of. Going through the documentation, I'm
    not so sure Asterisk is going to be a viable solution. Thanks.
     
  19. G. Morgan

    G. Morgan Guest

    I see that! In fact they sell training workshops just for this
    beast.

    If it only receivers CID that isn't too big a deal, I'm not trying
    for a full blown CS.

    Maybe so! That doesn't jive with the application I have in mind
    though.
     
  20. Hakma

    Hakma Guest

    Here is the hardware solution, not cheap, but sure beats pulling your hair
    out trying to get Asterisk working.

    http://www.microseveninc.com/

    http://www.microseveninc.com/ar101.htm $300.00




    True although hard to find and usually expensive

    Ebay shows a couple of old Radionics receivers but I doubt they
    support anything more than Modem or BFSK format.
     
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