Asterisk Training is available to provide you with a high-level knowledge of Asterisk and what it can do for you. Higher-level courses teach you how to install, configure, tune, and maintain a complete Asterisk system. dCAP-certification (Digium-Certified Asterisk Professional) is also available, allowing you to bring a new skill set to your career or company.
The Asterisk Advanced class is a five-day course for our more experience Asterisk user, who are already familiar with the basics of Asterisk and Linux command-line, but want to learn more. Students will learn to create advanced dial plans and create innovative telephony solutions by using the features of Asterisk. It is a combination of both lectures and labs designed to give the students both the theory behind the concepts and the hands-on experience to be able to effectively deploy Asterisk-based solutions.The dCAP exam is offered at the end of this class, like it was with the Bootcamp class.Students will learn to create advanced dial plans and create innovative telephony solutions by using the features of Asterisk. Along the way, students will also get important insight into Voice over IP, and how to design robust VoIP networks. Students will also explore connecting Asterisk to a variety of devices, including analog phones and phone lines, digital phone lines, and VoIP providers.
- Asterisk dialplan syntax and constructs, including auto-attendants and simple IVR system
- Effective use of Asterisk features, such as call parking, audio conferencing, find-me follow-me, and music on hold.
- Call monitoring and recording
- Theory of Analog telephony, and how to connect Asterisk to the PSTN
- Digital telephony using T1s and E1s
- VoIP fundamentals and fundamental network concepts
- SIP and IAX protocols
- Connecting Asterisk to a VoIP provider
- Configuring Asterisk to save Call Detail Records
- Call queues and ACD with Asterisk
- Call routing using DUNDi
- Using the Asterisk Manager Interface to control Asterisk from an external program
- Connecting Asterisk to a relational database such as MySQL
- Troubleshooting your Asterisk system
- Speech recognition with Asterisk and LumenVox