Next step, if you started from the beginning of our quickie install example, is to edit and configure the system files. If you want to start from the beginning CLICK HERE

A quick word once again, we are not exploring all the options you may have with this. We are assuming you care not about reading up on this stuff before you make a move. This data only pertains to ACID install.

Some rules here are that any part of a line in a .conf file that starts with ; (semicolon) is ignored and. can appear anywhere on a line but the system ignores anything after it. Lines can be very long so don’t be confused if they wordwrap to the next line.

All .conf files are located in /etc/asterisk

You can edit these .conf files locally using the “NANO” editor (included in install).

We will start with extensions.conf

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