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Advanced Billing for Asterisk PBX

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MOR is Billing System for Asterisk PBX. It supports postpaid/prepaid billing with LCR and Fail-Over. Realtime Asterisk management using web interface. Reporting and advanced rating. Based on fast C application for Asterisk and Ruby On Rails GUI.

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Additional Project Details

Languages

Lithuanian, English, Spanish

Intended Audience

Telecommunications Industry, Advanced End Users, System Administrators

User Interface

Project is a user interface (UI) system

Programming Language

C, PHP, Ruby

Registered

2007-08-15

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