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Installing Issabel Version 4 Training (Issabel V4)

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Isabel is a free and open source software. Isabel has plenty of side software and has made it even easier for people who have relatively little knowledge of VOIP and the network to set up a professional call center for their organization. Isabel is based on the Elastic version 4, and its installation is similar to Elastix 4, where we try to give you our step-by-step and intuitive steps to install it. Asterisk 4 has been implemented on the Linux operating system for CentOS 7 64-bit distribution. To download the latest version of ISO Isabel can apply through the site Isabel.

Some of Isabel's capabilities 

• Ability to define internal 
• Ability to apply the linear 
Ability to transfer calls 
-Ability to track back the group within the 
-Sndvq audio 
-Ability to record the conversation 
-Ability to set up internal mobile Internet platform 
capabilities enable specific function codes 
• Ability to enable Digital 
Secret Manager Menu – Activation feature of broadcast announcement 
-Accessibility of conference room -Parking capabilities 
of calls 
-Ability to change the route of incoming calls 
-Ability to activate queue 
-Send incoming calls to the telephone system 
-Send outgoing calls from Telephone system 
– Possibility of fax activation

We currently have the intention of installing an isolator on the VMware Workstation environment, considering that the installation process of Isabel on VMware vSphere is exactly the same. First open the VMware Workstation software and then select Create a New Virtual Machine.

Next, select Custom and click Next

Now select the option I will install the operating system later and click Next

Select the Linux operating system type and choose CentOS 7 64-bit version (as has been said, Isabel 4 is implemented on Linux operating system CentOS 7 64-bit)

Choose a name for your virtual machine

At this point, click on the CD / DVD and select "Use ISO image file" on the right, and then use the Browse button to select the ISO file, and then click OK.

Now turn on the virtual machine to begin the installation of Issabel. If you've completed the steps correctly, you will see the image below; select Install and choose Enter

At this point, select your preferred language and click Continue to the next step

The section below contains the main settings, as we do three sections: Keyboard, Software Selection, and Installation Destination. You can also set the time zone and time in the Date & Time section

In the Software Selection section, we select the Issabel with Asterisk 13 option, and on the right side select Sangoma Wanpipe drivers to install the Sangoma drivers.

Now the network settings turn out

Enter the host name and click on Configure for the network settings

Go to the IPv4 Setting tab and click on Add

Then put Method on Manual and import and save IP, Netmask and Gateway

Now start the installation process by pressing the Begin Installation button

During installation, you will see the following image that you need to set a password by clicking Root Password on the root user

Now put a password for the Isabel database (MariaDB) (MySQL username is root).

Finally, you will be asked to set a password for the IssabelPBX Web environment. (Username is the web environment, admin is)

Isabel's installation has been completed successfully. You can now log into the Isabel environment by entering the IP address of Isabel in your browser as well as the username and password you entered in the last step. 
Be victorious and proud.

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Sabir Hussain Soomro
About Sabir Hussain Experienced IT Specialist with a history of working in the information technology and services industry. Skilled in VMware ESX, Domain Name System (DNS), DHCP, VoIP, Water Backup Solutions, Adobe Connect, Servers, and Data Center. but quickly found a large following of readers and subscribers. Connect on: Google + or Feel free to network via Twitter.@VMGate110