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    Default Appliance Application Development

    Hello Pika Appliance Community!

    I have a Pika Appliance Development System up and running.

    The task at hand is to determine its suitability for a specialized wireless interoperability solution. I was impressed that it was easy to get the development system up and running and make a few changes.

    It was interesting to discover that the bundled Asterisk GUI can't be used to create a trunk to a SIP service provider.

    Does anyone else have anything to share? I'd like to know what others have discovered.

    More After Further Experimentation,

    Steven Henke
    Xelatec, LLC

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    jeo100 Guest

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    I have the same problem, it looks like a bug, can someone confirm

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    This issue with the Asterisk GUI has been resolved in PADS version 1.1.0.62.

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    sofia24 Guest

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrecoskie View Post
    This issue with the Asterisk GUI has been resolved in PADS version 1.1.0.62.
    Hi Mrecoskie

    I have tried PADS version 1.1.0.62 but still i am not able to resolve the problem. What to do ???



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    rboileau Guest

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    Hello Steven,

    PADS 1.x is no longer supported by PIKA.
    The Digium GUI that was shipped as an "example" GUI is not supported.

    However, PIKA has released a new PADS 2.1 environment that customers are being asked to upgrade to as soon as they can. There is a FreePBX GUI option now and the whole package can be downloaded from: http://www.pikawarp.org.

    Rod

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