So you’ve finally obtained your Vos3000 Softswitch software?
This system will truly set your VoIP wholesale and terminal operations business to a whole new professional level.
It injects a list of endless benefits to your business like- account management, rate management, exchange rate management, cards management, package management, Softswitch management, IVR management, data query, user management, to name but a few.
But how do you install it to start enjoying all these services?
Good news- you don’t t have to spend some bucks to hire someone to do it for you. You can do it yourself!
In the following post, I’ll show you exactly how to install your Vos3000 server on your own
PS: In this guide, we’ll install the Vos300 on Centos Linux.
Let’s do this:
Note that you can successfully install this software on both the 32-bit and the 64-bit CentOS Linux.
Before we begin our installation process, we’ll need to check a few things as outlined below:
This allows you to check the version of your Linux and OS and confirm if it’s compatible with the software.
If it’s not compatible, you’ll need to install the compatible version of the OS (usually, you’ll need version 5.5 and above). Otherwise, the installation will not go through.
You can update your Centos by keying in the following:
I’d also recommend you to install the Webmin for remote management of your CentOS:
# cd /var
# wget http://prdownloads.sourceforge.net/webadmin/webmin-1.530-1.noarch.rpm
# rpm -ivh webmin-1.530-1.noarch.rpm
After successful installation, go to your browser and trying logging into Webmin via:
Login with the root . and update the Webmin and the Operating systems
First, check if it’s disabled by entering:
If it’s not disabled, you can easily disable it by entering the following:
To do this, enter the following:
# rpm -qa | grep MySQL
# rpm -qa | grep mysql
If it’s already installed, you’ll have to uninstall it and remove all its related files to pave way for installation of Vos3000.
Uninstalling Mysql is as simple as keying in the following:
#mv /var/lib/mysql /var/lib/mysql_backup
#rm -rf /etc/my.cnf
This is how you check its presence:
# rpm -qa | grep perl-DBI
Is it installed? If no, move to the number 5. If yes, you must remove it.
This is a simple process that involves entering the following commands:
#service iptables save |service iptables stop |chkconfig iptables off
#service ip6tables save |service ip6tables stop |chkconfig ip6tables off
To do that, enter the following:
So far so good!
In the above 6 steps, you’ve checked and adjusted all the thing that might hinder the installation process.
Now that your system is ready for installing your Vos3000 server, let’s get into the guide:
Step 1: Begin by installing the required java:
#rpm -ivh jdk-6u19-linux-i586.rpm
Step 2: Next, you’ll need to copy the Apache Tomcat /usr and then untar the file.
This is how to do it:
# cp apache-tomcat-5.5.15.tar.gz /usr/
#tar -xvf apache-tomcat-5.5.15.tar.gz
Step 3: Now install the perl-DBI to enable easy Mysql install
Quickly enter this command to do the installation:
# rpm -ivh perl-DBI-1.40-5.i386.rpm
Step 4: Install the Mysql Server
Do this by keying in the following:
# rpm -ivh MySQL-server-community-5.0.51a-0.rhel4.i386.rpm
Step 5: Install the Mysql Client
Again, quickly enter the following for fast installation:
# rpm -ivh MySQL-client-community-5.0.51a-0.rhel4.i386.rpm
Step 6: Restart the SQL server you’ve just installed in step four above.
Enter this command:
# service mysql restart
Step 7: Install emp
# rpm -ivh emp-2.1.2-4.noarch.rpm
Step 8: Install MBX service
This isn’t hard either. It only involves entering the following:
# rpm -ivh mbx3000-2.1.2-4.i586.rpm
Step 9: Install the Vos3000 Software
This is the part you’ve been waiting for, right?
Well, enter this command to get it done:
# rpm -ivh vos3000-2.1.2-4.i586.rpm
Step 10: Install IVR
We’re not yet done, you’ll also need to install the IVR:
# rpm -ivh ivr-2.1.2-4.i586.rpm
Step 11: Create a License Directory
Create the directory by entering this:
# mkdir /usr/kunshi/license
Step 12: Generate Your Vos3000 License info
Yes, your Vos license will need access to your Mac address, server IP address, RMP time, and JKD time
Step 13: Upload the License File
Copy/upload the license file you created in step 11 to the server as below:
While still on it, make the file executable by entering this:
# chmod 755 /usr/kunshi/license/license.dat
Step 14: Restart All The Services!
These include the mysql, vos3000, mbx, and ivr.
Enter the following to restart these services:
# service mysql restart
# /etc/init.d/vos3000dall restart
# /etc/init.d/mbx3000d restart
# /etc/init.d/ivrd restart
Step 15: Lastly, install the Vos3000 Client
When all is done, you’d want to download and install the Vos3000 client o start using your vos3000 server.
Keep in mind that the default username and password for your vos3000 client is admin and admin respectively. You can change the login details to enhance the security of your system.
We’ve lately received a lot of complaints from users who have issues logging into their Vos3000 clients. Our technical team understands that this is related to incorrect installation of the license, even if you’ve installed all the other services well.
Again, installing a Vos3000 server does allow you to upgrade the level of your VoIP wholesale and terminal operations business. You don’t need to hire a professional to do the installation [process for this server today. With our comprehensive guide above, you can easily do it on your own and start enjoying its endless list of benefits!