This tutorial will take you through the steps of installing Restcomm to a GNU/Linux box using the latest release from GitHub.
A Linux box with Java 1.7 or higher installed
Free VoiceRSS account for text to speech functionality
Download Restcomm latest release and extract it:
$ unzip <mobicents restcomm release>.zip
Go to link:http://www.voicerss.org and get a Text-to-Speech account. This is a free account that is required to activate Text-to-Speech in Restcomm.
Navigate to $RESTCOMM/bin/restcomm/restcomm.conf and set the string you got from voicerss accordingly:
# VoiceRSS variable declarations VOICERSS_KEY='<voicerss key here>'
From the same directory start Restcomm platform by executing:
Now the Restcomm platform is up and running! You can experiment with it right away using the built-in Olympus WebRTC client that ships with Restcomm.
Just open http://<restcomm ip>:8080/olympus and you are good to go!
For more information on how to use Olympus please check out How to use Olympus with Restcomm