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The 30-Second PBX: Introducing Proxmox 4 for the Intel NUC and Asterisk 13

The 30-Second PBX: Introducing Proxmox 4 for the Intel NUC and Asterisk 13

Monday, October 19, 2015

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With the advent of cloud-based computing and desktop virtual machine platforms like VirtualBox, we haven’t played with dedicated hardware for Asterisk® in a couple of years. WOW! It’s just amazing the quantum leaps in miniaturization, price, and performance that have transpired during our absence. Last week, we introduced a dedicated server platform for under $200 that could serve as a small business PBX for almost any 20-30 person organization. Today, meet Big Brother. You’re looking at all the components that… Read More ›

Incredible PBX 1.8: New OpenVZ and Cloud Editions

Incredible PBX 1.8: New OpenVZ and Cloud Editions

Monday, January 17, 2011

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It’s VoIP Virtualization Day at Nerd Vittles and today we introduce two new versions of Incredible PBX which have been customized for the OpenVZ and Cloud Computing platforms.

Asterisk Virtual PBX Perfection: PiaF + Proxmox, Part II

Asterisk Virtual PBX Perfection: PiaF + Proxmox, Part II

Tuesday, September 15, 2009

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Today we introduced the new 64-bit PBX in a Flash OpenVZ template for Proxmox with full support for conferencing and the newly enhanced “safe” version of IAX2 for Asterisk.

Asterisk Virtualization: PiaF + Proxmox, It Just Works

Asterisk Virtualization: PiaF + Proxmox, It Just Works

Monday, September 7, 2009

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Today we introduce an all-new version of PBX in a Flash designed specifically for Cloud Computing. Meet the OpenVZ edition of PBX in a Flash, the perfect companion for Proxmox virtualization.

VoIP Over VPN: Securely Interconnecting Asterisk Servers

VoIP Over VPN: Securely Interconnecting Asterisk Servers

Monday, June 1, 2009

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Today’s tutorial walks you through interconnecting Asterisk servers for secure communications using Hamachi virtual private networks and the Proxmox Virtual Environment. The setup process takes less than 15 minutes per server.