Aster.NET library consists of a set of C# classes that allow you to easily build .NET applications that interact with an Asterisk PBX Server (1.4/1.6/1.8)
AsterNET is made up of two key components,
. Each allows you to interact with Asterisk in different ways. FastAGI allows you to control the flow of a call from another machine (a dedicated AGI server for example) and Manager Interface allows you to obtain state information and interact
More information can be found I the documentation section on both methods.
AsterNET on IRC
Join in the conversation on Freenode, #asternet
AsterNET on nuget
You can now get AsterNET via nuget by doing
PM> Install-Package AsterNET
Yes, we've moved to a GIT repo so now you can fork AsterNET and push back your changes! We're hoping this will allow many more to contribute to the project.
The AGI Gallery
We want the community to share as much as possible, so if you've written an AGI that is either commercial or general purpose, then why not list if on
. This site has been setup to allow developers to share their creations, open or closed source.
You can read about AsterNET and related projects at my blog
. I'll post about AsterNET and related subjects as well as samples I'm working on. Feel free to check it out.
PPumpkin: We do not take any credit for the excellent work that has been done.
My effort is purelry directed at allowing the source to be edited by the community and shared in the correct place, here on Microsoft's Codeplex. Hopefully the library will continue to help .NET developers integrate into Asterisk when ever they need it.
There are 2 reasons I have renamed it to AsterNET on codeplex. Asterisk .NET was taken. It will help seperate the project from the original codeplex project- incase the guys come back. And keep AsterNET as the new revived project. So it will stop confusing
links on search engines, and sharing.
Additional information about the original projecte can be found here:
We'd like to thank JetBrains for our community licenses of ReShaper. A very useful tool that's helping us to refactor the code and improve general development much quicker. If you'd like to try it yourself, visit