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 Post subject: VM or no VM tha tis the question.
PostPosted: Fri Feb 05, 2010 2:18 am 
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Hi guys,
I am looking at setting up an a2billing server and i am thinking of maybe putting it on top of ESXi. in my case i am just processing callback calls and maybe a few pass though calls for now. No media encoding is needed but i guess the rtp will have to bounce through the server since i need to get some digits for the callback. At his stage it would be a test server with sub 100 clients in a2billing and expecting a max of 30 concurrent calls and prob an average of 0-1 concurrent calls.

The specs for the hosting box are not too high E5400 (2x2.7Ghz) 1 or 2 gb of ram but the a2billing/asterisk VM will be the main VM on there. I may put a Firewall VM or small webserver VM on there for testing but they would really no CPU usage and next to no memory.

Can you put asterisk and a2billing on a VM like that and have it work like normal? I just like the VM idea as I could have different configs etc in different VM's i could try even though i would only run one at a time. Are there any pre-configured A2Billing and asterisk VM's out there? i know when i got A2billing working at home it took ages and was fiddly to get fully working. I would like to avoid that if possible :)

Other suggestions are welcome as well.

Thanks in advance

Chris


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