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Random( ) application
RAS (Remote Access Server), turning Asterisk into
Read( ) application
RealTime application
RealTimeUpdate( ) application
RECEIVE CHAR command
RECORD FILE command 2nd
Record( ) application
recordings, creating from the dialplan
Red Hat Linux
        initialization scripts
        initialization scripts, installing with make config
Red Hat Package Manager (RPM)
redundant power supplies
referencing variables
        Unix environment variables
register statement (iax.conf.sample)
register statements
        IAX channels
regular expressions
        operator
        Perl-compatible, in AGI PHP script
regulatory wars
reinvite (in SIP)
        situations where it won't be issued
releases, stable CVS branch vs.
reload command
reloading/restarting after editing configuration files
Remote Access Server (RAS), turning Asterisk into
remote Asterisk console, connecting to
remove command
RemoveQueueMember( ) application
REN (Ringer Equivalence Number)
res_crypto.so module
        for RSA key checks
Reservation protocol (RSVP)
ResetCDR( ) application
resource requirements for Asterisk
resources
ResponseTimeout( ) application 2nd
restart command
RetryDial( ) application
Ring wire (analog phones)
ringer (analog phone)
ringing (telephone), boosting voltage for
ringing tone, generating with Dial( ), r option
Ringing( ) application
rmmod (remove module) command
root access for writing to /usr/src/ directory
RPM (Red Hat Package Manager)
rpt.conf file
RSA key checks, module for
RSA public/private key pair, authentication for IAS FWD incoming calls
RSVP (Reservation protocol)
RTP (Realtime Transport Protocol)
        IAX and
        use with H.323
rtp.conf file




Asterisk. The Future of Telephony
Asterisk: The Future of Telephony: The Future of Telephony
ISBN: B0026OR3OO
EAN: N/A
Year: 2001
Pages: 380

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