Installing Asterisk On Synology Dsm

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How can I work with command line on synology? Error installing shapely on Synology DS216j. Synology_Server_Name should be replaced with the name you set up for Synology NAS during the initial installation process. If you choose One-step Setup during the installation process, the Synology_Server_Name will be DiskStation, CubeStation, USBStation, or RackStation. 3 Enter your user name and password, and click Sign in.

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It's an interesting idea but I'd not do that unless you are just doing that for home. You want a fully supported PBX platform for business use, not just Asterisk 'available' on Synology. Synology, to the best of my knowledge, does not provide any support for Asterisk on there so any Asterisk or Synology update might cause problems and patches and updates might not be forthcoming.


Beyond that, PBXs are typically high priority and not appropriate for an SMB class NAS device. Synology is nice but this isn't a good use for it, in my opinion.

Do you not have a server to put a PBX on? What is driving you to want to consider this route?

Hi there,
I installed the 'official' Synology Asterisk package, and it works quite well. However, I would prefer to have FreePBX as a configuration tool on top of that, otherwise configuration and handling is rather complicated.

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Has anyone successfully installed FreePBX on the Synology? This REALLY would help a lot, as FreePBX makes life so much easier (also with iSymfony etc.).
Let's make the Diskstation the best free PBX as well, hope that you help to make it happen. Eventually, the Synology developers will help as well. This should not be too far away from getting it done, now that Asterisk is already 'ported'.

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P.S. There are already 44000+ Synology users having downloaded, probably a lot are interested.