Lately there has been some confusion on the different FreePBX Distro versions. I am going to take a moment here and try and explain how this all works. The FreePBX Distro is a CentOS Distribution that includes a specific version of CentOS, Asterisk and FreePBX. Until this week we offered the following 3 tracks. Think
Back again with a few more features being added to the Routing and Trunks category though this time targeted at 2.11. Tony told you about the [url=/news/2012-09-20/freepbx-extension-routing-module]Extension Routing module[/url] a week or so ago which resulted in a lot of positive feedback and happy community members who have wanted a simple solution to this problem.
FreePBX Extension Routing Made Easy… Amongst the many requests that FreePBX continuously receives, one of the most common has been the ability to allow only certain routes to be used by specific extensions. A common but very complicated and incomplete solution often tried is the unsupported Custom Context module. There have been other modules and
We mentioned coming out with a full install ISO for the FreePBX Distro in the [url=https://www.freepbx.org/news/2012-04-18/update-on-2-11-and-full-iso-distro]last blog[/url] so as promised here we are with the details! We’ll discuss that and some core changes that many of you have been asking for. Over a year ago we set out to provide a clean and stable ISO
I’ve been back from Spring break for a week so time for an update. I’ll go over some of the CEL (Call Event Log) work, talk a bit about some security “auditing” additions I’ve been adding to Module Admin, and give you a preview on some great work towards a full FreePBX Distro ISO (vs.