System requirements

Asterisk requirements


How to test

Asterisk version 1.8+, FreePBX, Esabel, Elastrix

$ asterisk -V

Asterisk 13 or FreePBX 14

CEL table enabled and configured to collect

data to MySQL

$ asterisk -rx 'cel show status'

CEL Logging: Enabled

CEL Tracking Event: CHAN_START CEL Tracking Event: CHAN_END CEL Tracking Event: ANSWER CEL Tracking Event: BRIDGE_START CEL Tracking Event: BRIDGE_END CEL Tracking Event: LINKEDID_END


CEL Event Subscriber: ODBC CEL backend

$ asterisk -rx 'odbc show'

ODBC DSN Settings


Name: asteriskcdrdb

DSN: MySQL-asteriskcdrdb

Number of active connections: 2 (out of 5)

$ mysql -u root -D asteriskcdrdb -p

> use asteriskcdrdb;

> select eventtime from cel order by id desc limit 10;

You should see 10 lines from CEL with current date.

AMI enabled and configured

$ asterisk -rx 'manager show settings'

Manager (AMI): Yes

TCP Bind address:

Call recording have to be enabled and to CDR. You have access to recording files.

$ mysql -u root -D asteriskcdrdb -p

> SELECT recordingfile FROM `cdr` ORDER BY calldate desc limit 10;

You will see 10 lines from CDR with the path to file

CURL have to be enabled in Asterisk

$ asterisk -rx 'core show function CURL'

-= Info about function 'CURL' =-

Bitrix24 requirements

Portal configuration should be done by user with administrative rights.

For the self-hosted Bitrix24:

  1. Main module version 16.5.11 and higher

  2. REST API (rest)

  3. "Telephony" module

  4. "CRM"

  5. “Push&Pull”

Application supports any Bitrix24 cloud version with any limitations.

Network requirements

You should allow outgoing connections on the server where connector installed (it’s Asterisk server usually) to:

  1. Your Bitrix24 (cloud or on-premise) with http or https protocols.

  2. Bitrix24 authorization server:

  3. Connector license server:

Outer network access (8077 and 8078 port forwarding) is required for full functionality: click-to-call functionality and call records listening by link.

Operating system requirements

Connector installation is made without problems for:

  • CentOS 6 and higher.

  • Debian 7 and higher.

Integration failed on this operating systems:

  • CentOS 5

  • Debian 6

  • Gentoo

If you have another OS, then there should be such packages in OS repositories: unixODBC, mysql-connector-odbc, mysql-server. If that packages already installed, it will simplify connector installation.