I have a a small linux server running, and I would like to have it periodically call a recording
(POTS number) using VoIP and save the audio to a file. No calls would
be received by the server, no soundcard or microphone would be on the
server - it would use VoIP for just this one, simple task, initiated by
a script on my server. I gather that
Asterix could do this, via the Monitor function and a pre-pay account
for connecting to POTS numbers. Would Asterix be overkill for this
application? I think what I really need is some kind of simple VoIP
client rather than a server. I’d like to use something that doesn’t
take too much memory or file space (for the application files) since
the server has limited resources.
Thanks for any info you can offer.
Crestline Soaring Society