Asterisk AMI (Asterisk Manager Interface) Proxy suite

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The AMI (Asterisk Manager Interface) Proxy suite project will bridge the gap between your asterisk phone system and your windows based applications. The AMI Proxy is a service that can be used to simply proxy AMI connections to your asterisk server but also adds call stat g...

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