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Copyright C - Star2billing S. The document covers the installation and basic configuration of A2Billing. A2billing is an open source implementation of a telecommunication billing and added value services platform.
This documentation has been tested using Ubuntu A2Billing installation guide 1. This command is just necessary for Ubuntu Server Installation In a nutshell installing A2Billing requires a minimum of seven steps 1.
Download and unpack source code 2. Setup the database 3. Edit a2billing. Setting up the database parameters 4. Fix permissions and folders 5. Installing the web based graphical user interfaces Customer and Admin 6. Place the AGI files 7. Prepare your dialplan 8. Add your cronjobs only for notifcations, alarms and recurring services 9. Configure your callback daemon only for callback Enable monitoring only for IVR monitoring Enable card locking only for card PIN locking 2.
The file a2billing-createdb-user. Step 3: Edit the a2billing. We will also create a number of additional files and folders that A2Billing needs, which does not come with the default installation.
As in previous steps you can copy the folders of make symbolic links. Place the directories "admin" and "customer" into your webserver document root. Default passwords are: - user: root - pass: changepassword 2. Calls that interact with the billing software need to be handled inside of one or many A2Billing related contexts. The calls that reach the context are processed using the a2billing. The a2billing.
In the example, we create two different contexts, the first context [a2billing] handles all the calls from our VoIP clients. Calls to the clients DID are handled inside of the [did] context. The script a2billing. Edit extension. The daemon is written in Python. SQL queries can be performed and shell scripts can be invoked.
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