Tag: FreePBX

FreePBX 17 Beta and the Future with Debian

A little over a month ago now, the FreePBX Engineering team had published a wiki page with instructions for manually setting up FreePBX 17 on Debian Linux using the beta release tarball. The wiki migration project (which you can read about here) delayed the Beta announcement for FreePBX 17 a bit, but here we are

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Introducing CDR Pro: A Powerful Call Reporting Enhancer Module

CDR Pro is a new commercial module for FreePBX and PBXact systems that simplifies the call reporting experience for administrators by providing an intuitive interface for generating detailed call reports. CDR Pro allows you to present straightforward lists of inbound calls to a specific DID for a particular date range and to set up automated

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Open Source Projects at Sangoma

This is a cross-post on both the Asterisk and the FreePBX blogs, so for those who may only be familiar with FreePBX let me introduce myself. My name is Joshua Colp. I’m the Project Lead for the Asterisk project, the telephony toolkit that powers FreePBX. For those on the Asterisk side, Hi again! Over the

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The FreePBX Wiki is Moving!

Hello All, TL;DR – FreeBPX/PBXact wiki content has moved to https://help.sangoma.com Similarly to what was recently done for the Asterisk project, the FreePBX project has had a plan in place for some time now to move many of the public facing resources to a new home. Part one of this move is the subject of

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FreePBX Security Issues SEC-2023-001 and SEC-2023-002

Summary: Ensure that all FreePBX/PBXact modules are up to date Always monitor and follow up on security notifications from your PBX Ensure that you are on supported FreePBX/PBXact version 15 or greater EOL versions of FreePBX/PBXact (14 or older) do not get security updates or bug fixes! Security Vulnerability SEC-2023-001 Hello all. By now, administrators

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