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It’s Back: $10.50 Buys an Incredible PBX in the Cloud For Life… If You Hurry

It’s Back: $10.50 Buys an Incredible PBX in the Cloud For Life… If You Hurry

Monday, March 14, 2016

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Embed from Getty Images In January, we began our new series on Cloud Computing by documenting how to build an awesome LAMP server in the Cloud using Linux. Today we’re again going to show you how to use the same Cloud platform and take advantage of the $10.50 coupon code TAKE70 to build an Incredible PBX in the Cloud FOR LIFE. When you’re finished, you’ll have a state-of-the-art Incredible PBX 13 server with hundreds of PBX features including free calling… Read More ›

The Ultimate Linux Sandbox in the Cloud for Less Than a $35 Raspberry Pi 2

The Ultimate Linux Sandbox in the Cloud for Less Than a $35 Raspberry Pi 2

Monday, January 25, 2016

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Every few years we like to drop back and take a fresh look at the best way to get started with Linux. For those coming from the Windows World, it can be a painful process. Learning with a Cloud-based server can be especially dangerous because of the security risks. And then there’s the cost factor. Not everyone has several hundred dollars to buy hardware and, frankly, learning about Linux on a $35 Raspberry Pi can drive most newbies to drink.… Read More ›

Where to Begin: A Comparison of Open Source Features in Asterisk Aggregations

Where to Begin: A Comparison of Open Source Features in Asterisk Aggregations

Tuesday, February 17, 2015

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We receive frequent inquiries requesting that we document the feature set in the open source Asterisk® distributions that Nerd Vittles writes about each week. So today we’re pleased to provide a Feature Matrix that we will attempt to keep current as we move forward. Just bookmark this page, and you can check back periodically to get a quick thumbnail sketch of what each of these distributions currently supports.1 A chart, of course, doesn’t tell the whole story. But it’s a… Read More ›

Hardware Device of the Year: Meet the CuBox-i with Incredible PBX for Ubuntu

Hardware Device of the Year: Meet the CuBox-i with Incredible PBX for Ubuntu

Monday, September 1, 2014

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It’s been many years since we’ve written back-to-back articles about the same device. That should tell you how really special the CuBox-i is. After two weeks of 14-hour days developing the new Incredible PBX platform for CuBox, we are thrilled to crown this jewel as Nerd Vittles Hardware Device of the Year. Flawless design, incredible performance, tiny size, feature-rich components, minimal power consumption, and completely silent operation are merely the tip of the iceberg with this 2x2x2 cubic zircon. On… Read More ›

State of the Art: The New Incredible PBX Security Model for Asterisk

State of the Art: The New Incredible PBX Security Model for Asterisk

Monday, August 11, 2014

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About once a year, we try to shine the spotlight on Asterisk® security in hopes of saving lots of organizations and individuals a little bit (or a lot) of money. The problem with open source phone systems is they’re open source phone systems. So the bad guys can figure out how they work just like the good guys. That’s not to suggest that proprietary phone systems are any more secure. They’re not. It just may take the bad guys a… Read More ›

Just 3 Steps to Paradise: It’s Incredible PBX for Asterisk 1.8

Just 3 Steps to Paradise: It’s Incredible PBX for Asterisk 1.8

Saturday, June 25, 2011

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Today we are pleased to introduce the revolutionary new Incredible PBX for Asterisk 1.8.4.1 featuring instantaneous (and free) Google Voice calling in the U.S. and Canada via Gtalk. Dozens and dozens of Nerd Vittles apps now work flawlessly and are preconfigured. And there are dozens of additional add-ons that are just a couple keystrokes away including faxing, Windows networking, AWstats, Munin, Amazon S3, and more…

Welcome to IP Country: A New Layer of Asterisk Security

Welcome to IP Country: A New Layer of Asterisk Security

Wednesday, August 26, 2009

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Today we take Asterisk security to a new plateau with the introduction of IP Country. Now you can restrict access to your Asterisk server by countries based upon IP addresses. With minimal changes, this should work will all of the FreePBX-based Asterisk aggregations.

Avoiding the $100,000 Phone Bill: A Primer on Asterisk Security

Avoiding the $100,000 Phone Bill: A Primer on Asterisk Security

Tuesday, January 27, 2009

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Here are Ten Quick Tips to Secure Your Asterisk System and Prevent Strangers from Turning Your VoIP PBX into a Free, International Payphone: You Pay, They Phone.