A2BILLING INSTALLATION PDF

This guide will show how to install A2Billing v2.x on a Redhat Enterprise Linux It is assumed you already have Linux and Asterisk and FreePBX installed using. A2Billing is free and open source software for Asterisk, providing telecoms customer management including admin, agent, customer and online. The document covers the installation and basic configuration of A2Billing. A2billing is an open source implementation of a telecommunication billing and added.

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The following 2 diagrams illustrate A2billing inbound and outbound call flow.

If possible try find examples specific installwtion A2Billing. If already yes and having problems try change it to no and save and then change back to yes and save. One for Global group and one for agi-conf1 group.

From a web browser go to http: We do not cover the installation of the callback daemon.

A2Billing v2 Install Guide

Depending on what you are doing and how you are doing it some may not apply and some may not work. Go to the bottom left and set to display all.

It is possible to add additional agi-conf such as agi-conf2 etc. Change that setting to yes if no. Disable Asterisk Realtime if not setting up the following Asterisk Realtime procedure. Customizing this to your needs is considered beyond the scope of this document.

It may be beneficial to use Asterisk Realtime with A2billing. If possible try find examples specific to A2Billing. If you need to create many customers it makes more sense to use a database instead of putting them all in a flat text file. One for Global group and one for agi-conf1 group.

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Simply select this trunk in outbound routes. It will find that setting twice.

Therefore great care should be taken in building any telephony system to ensure that it is secure. We recommend that all customers and users operate the latest version of A2Billing. From a web browser go to http: The following 2 diagrams illustrate A2billing inbound and outbound call flow.

We do not cover the installation of inshallation callback daemon.

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It will find that setting twice. These are just examples. One for Global group and one for agi-conf1 group.

Tested using the following software: If you need to create many customers it makes more sense to use a database rather than a flat text file. If you get access denied the password has already been set. The 1 in a2billing. So if you installed asterisk samples or FreePBX and this file already exists and you are trying to add to it, do not add this line twice.

This is very important. Log in as follows.

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Simply select this trunk in outbound routes. All commands are assuming you are at run level 3 running in a shell as root. Depending on what you are doing and how you are doing it some may not apply and some may not work. We are including this section for legacy purposes.

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If already yes and having problems try change it to no and save and then change back to yes and save. They can be found at the beginning of this procedure. If unsure then proceed as if you are not using Asterisk Realtime.

A2Billing Install Guide

This is the trunk that is used to send calls out instaklation A2Billing. If you did not create a mysql root password during the asterisk install you should create one now. PowerPBX is a trademark of powerpbx. Change that setting to yes if no.

Change that setting to “no”.

Change that setting to “no”. The comments at the top of each file give a suggested schedule for each cronjob. Bill them or warn them via email that they need to pay in order to keep their DIDs. These are just examples. If you need to create many customers it makes more sense to use a database instead of putting them all in a flat text file.

If you did not create a mysql root password during the asterisk install you should create one now.