Freepbx downloaded waiting for pi to arrive.
Exciting and terrifying at once.
I'll have a read through the other stuff now.
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petertmooney wrote:I have a bid on the handsets, fingers crossed...Are you referring to the Gigaset models? If so, there are two reasons why I recommend that you go for the Cisco rather than the Gigaset...
petertmooney wrote:Freepbx downloaded waiting for pi to arrive.You need to download the latest RasPBX image located here.
petertmooney wrote:Is it possible to also receive landline calls on my iPhone with this setup?Yes.
petertmooney wrote: ↑Wed 6th September 2017, 19:59 Am i screwed meantime?No, you can still setup and configure both FreePBX on your Raspberry PI and your VoIP telephones (once they arrive), but you won't be able to make or receive calls via your PSTN line until you receive the OBi110.
petertmooney wrote: ↑Fri 8th September 2017, 06:59 Really getting the hang of this paul. So far all good.Awesome!!
petertmooney wrote: ↑Fri 8th September 2017, 06:59I set up a dynamic dns, so I can access freepbx/sip from iPhone etc when away from home. So when the obi arrives I can link that to rasp. pi, then access landline away from home also?Make sure that you have your server locked down and protected by a firewall and or fail2ban etc. The moment you make it accessible to the outside world it will come under attack. Failure to keep your server up to date or implement security will result in your server being hacked and unauthorised calls being made.
Is that ok/best practice?
petertmooney wrote: ↑Fri 8th September 2017, 06:59Only thing I cant figure is how to have dial 9 for outside line.May I ask why you want this? I haven't seen this in use since I worked in Great mills back in 1992.
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