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A Secure FreePBX is a Happy FreePBX

“Security is always excessive until it’s not enough.” –Robbie Sinclair, Head of Security, Country Energy, NSW Australia Hello Everyone, Security should be high on the list of things to consider for any FreePBX installation.  As more companies are applying changes to provide a good work-from-home experience for their employees,  doing this securely is something on

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FreePBX Performance Profiling with Xdebug and Webgrind

For the purpose of this blog entry, we intend to document how to install and use Xdebug to profile an application and how to install and use Webgrind to view the data produced by Xdebug to identify bottle-necks in the code. I realize that this blog article is more technical than normal, but I’m hoping

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Framework changes related to module auto update functionality

To FreePBX Users,   Recently we have noticed a couple of concerns in the community, and on the open source bug tracking system about the “module auto update” functionality. As of today, if the module auto-update feature is enabled for “modules updates”, then FreePBX will download and install all the modules including the ones which

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New tool to assist converting from SIP to PJSIP

Today, FreePBX has two options for setting up SIP connectivity, chan_sip and chan_pjsip. But, this won’t always be the case as Asterisk and FreePBX move closer to removal of chan_sip. On the Asterisk front, chan_sip has already been marked as deprecated within the latest release. This is due to the fact that the older chan_sip

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Get to Know: Members of the FreePBX team

Hey All, As part of my earlier effort to introduce you to some new members of the FreePBX development team at Sangoma, I wanted to also highlight some of the existing members of the team so that you can get to know them better. The first person this week is Philip Joseph from our Bangalore

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