I work with a non-profit organization in Mexico.
We have an office in Ensenada and a camp facility 12 miles away that we are planning on bridging with a microwave WLAN bridge. In the Ensenada office we have one phone line and one regular phone. In the camp we have a Panasonic EMSS 336 PBX and wireless and wired network access throughout the camp.
I would like to tie the phone line at the Ensenada office into our existing PBX and also allow for future lines (one of these lines may be a Dock-N-Talk port to connect a cell phone to the system). Because we have wireless network access throughout the camp I would like to be able to use handheld VOIP phones. The ideal situation would be to integrate an Asterisk system with our existing PBX to act as one system. If not, we can dial from one system to the other and then access the phones we want to.
Also, the camp is run on solar power. Therefore, if it is possible, I would like to house the Asterisk system at the Ensenada office. Otherwise, if I house it at the camp, I will need to upgrade our solar system to power the Asterisk system.
What recommendations can you give me as far as how to set this up?