Asterisk

Freepbx on Debian (Debian v7, Asterisk v11, Freepbx v2.11)

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Debian

This guide covers the installation of Asterisk and Freepbx from source on Debian v7.   Although Debian includes Asterisk deb packages they are not used in this guide.

 

Tested on:

Debian Wheezy v7.5
Asterisk v11.9
Freepbx v2.11

A2Billing v2 Install Guide

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A2BillingThis guide will show how to install A2Billing v2.x on a Redhat Enterprise Linux v6 based system.  It is assumed you already have Linux and Asterisk and FreePBX installed using a procedure similar to this one.  It is also assumed you have compiled asterisk realtime driver module (res_config_mysql) by selecting it in asterisk menuselect before compiling asterisk. We do not cover the installation of the callback daemon.

Tested using the following software:

Freepbx on Ubuntu (Ubuntu v12, Asterisk v11, Freepbx v2.11)

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Ubuntu

This guide covers installing Asterisk and FreePBX from source on Ubuntu.  Although Ubuntu includes Asterisk deb packages they are not used in this guide.

Tested on:

Ubuntu Server v12.04 LTS 32 or 64bit
Asterisk v11.5
FreePBX v2.11

Creating a Standby Freepbx Server for High Availability

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High Availability Failover

Tested on

CentOS v6 Freepbx v2.11
Asterisk v11

 

Terminology used

HA = High Availability.  Does not necessarily imply automatic failover.

Primary server = Live production server currently in use.

Freepbx Production Install Guide (RHEL v6, Asterisk v11+, Freepbx v2.11+)

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Asterisk 11Changes in this guide include Asterisk 11 which requires at least FreePBX v2.11.  Also cdr_mysql module has been deprecated so FreePBX 2.11 adds support for the ODBC method. This install guide adds configurations to enable the new method.  You can continue to use the old method for as long as the cdr_mysql module is included in Asterisk and still functional.

Tested on CentOS 6.4

FreePBX Production Install Guide (RHEL v6, Asterisk v1.10+, FreePBX v2.10+)

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Asterisk & FreePBX This install procedure was tested using the Redhat Enterprise Linux distributions known as CentOS. Software used: CentOS v6 Asterisk 1.10 FreePBX 2.10 Linux commands executed at a command prompt are in courier font.

Integrate Flash Operator Panel v2 into FreePBX

Flash Operator PanelThis guide will explain how to replace Flash Operator Panel v1, which is included in FreePBX, with Flash Operator Panel v2 on a RedHat Enterprise Linux server running Asterisk+FreePBX.  It is important to note that FOP1 is completely free whereas FOP2 is free only up to 15 buttons.  Every element is considered a button.  So all extensions + trunks + queues + parking lots + etc. must add up to 15 or less.  After that no more buttons will appear until you buy a license.

A key advantage of FOP2 is that it requires an extension and password to view.  With FOP1 there is no built in way to prevent everyone from viewing the PBX status.

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FreePBX Production Install Guide (RHEL v5 or v6, Asterisk v1.8+, FreePBX v2.9+)

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This install procedure was tested using the Redhat Enterprise Linux distributions known as CentOS and Scientific Linux.

Software used:

CentOS v5 or CentOS v6 or Scientific Linux v6
Asterisk 1.8
FreePBX 2.9 or 2.10

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