Storage Evolution I have been a user of storage products for years, and as my data grew, so did my storage systems. I started off as you did, one hard drive in my computer, to which I stored pictures, music and movies. Over time, I separated my storage off into a dedicated server, running a […]
Here is a collection of tips for WordPress, as I have had to research and use these to create this and other sites. Problem Trick or Tip “How do I evenly space out my layout?” The easiest way that I am doing my layouts for both pages and posts is using the Page Builder plug […]
The CentOS 7 install is pretty straight-forward. In this example, I will be using a VM built in ProxMox, however, this How To should also apply to a physical server. I have the following properties on my VM: CPU = 2 Cores Memory = 2048Mb Disk = 32GB VirtIO Network = VirtIO on default VLAN. […]
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PBX stands for “Private Branch Exchange”, which is what is referred to as a “Phone Switch”, which “switches” phone calls (inbound and outbound) to user’s extension from external SIP sources. SIP is “Serial Inline Protocol” and is the network protocol that is used to facilitate most PBX calls. In order to effectively use the PBX, […]
Now that we have networking setup, we can move onto setting up the rest of FreePBX. Let’s start by setting up a trunk to our SIP provider: Trunks A trunk is a connection to another PBX, in VOIP-Speak. This is a slightly different definition than when trunking is in Network-Speak, as many of the Telephony […]
Your PBX server requires some network changes to facilitate phone calls to your SIP provider. We will be setting up a NAT or PAT on your router, then make some rules to allow the traffic into your PBX, then finish up some advanced settings on your FreePBX system. Let’s start with understanding what needs to […]