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AllLinuxDevices: David Sugar: Bayonne Reaches Milestone #5

Sep 16, 2000, 16:14 (0 Talkback[s])
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"Milestone #5 of Bayonne, the telephony server of the GNU project, has been released and is available from ftp://www.voxilla.org/pub/bayonne. This new milestone offers support for both GNU/Linux and FreeBSD systems. Pre-build FreeBSD binaries may be found at ftp://www.voxilla.org/pub/bayonne/freebsd."

"This milestone offers support for Voicetronix's new unified telephony driver for both FreeBSD and GNU/Linux. In addition, Bayonne continues to support Pika "MonteCarlo" based DSP telephony cards under GNU/Linux, and Quicknet cards under GNU/Linux. This milestone also supports the proposed FreeBSD Quicknet driver."

"Bayonne can be used to create telephony services under free operating systems such as enterprise Voice Mail and unified messaging, general purpose voice response, call distribution and paging systems, and remote telephone system administration. Bayonne is modular and can be extended thru user written loadable modules, thru a native scripting language, or thru external "perl" scripts using "TGI". Bayonne is free software and may be directly modified as needed."

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