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Practicing Safe SIP: Adding SIP URI Connectivity with a Zero Internet Footprint

Practicing Safe SIP: Adding SIP URI Connectivity with a Zero Internet Footprint

Thursday, October 11, 2012

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PBX in a Flash™ has a long (safe) history in the VoIP community, and the major reason is that we constantly preach never directly exposing any ports on your Asterisk® server to the Internet without implementing a WhiteList of safe IP addresses. This Zero Internet Footprint™ design keeps everybody out except a trusted, defined group on your WhiteList. For everyone else, they never see your server. So how do you receive calls? You do it with phone numbers (DIDs) tied… Read More ›

The Asterisk Mother Lode: Introducing Incredible PBX 4.0 with FreePBX 2.10

The Asterisk Mother Lode: Introducing Incredible PBX 4.0 with FreePBX 2.10

Wednesday, August 15, 2012

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We thought we’d start your summer off with a bang by introducing an all-new Incredible PBX™. So what’s new? 50 Asterisk® Apps. 9-Layer Security. 20 Preconfigured VoIP Provider Trunks. 1-Click Installers for Asterisk.everything. FreePBX® 2.10. Certified Asterisk support. And what’s the same? It’s all still FREE! Coming January 19: Incredible PBX 11 & Incredible Fax for Asterisk 11 and FreePBX 2.11 Coming February 11: Incredible PBX 10 & Incredible Fax for 64-bit Asterisk 1.8 and FreePBX 2.10 We heard you.… Read More ›

YATE in a Flash: Rolling Your Own SIP to Google Voice Gateway for Asterisk

YATE in a Flash: Rolling Your Own SIP to Google Voice Gateway for Asterisk

Monday, June 25, 2012

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A few weeks ago we introduced you to Bill Simon’s SIP to Google Voice Gateway featuring YATE. This let you set up a SIP connection to your Google Voice accounts in about 5 minutes by filling out a simple web form. Today, we take it to the next plateau for those who prefer to do it yourself. With a little assistance from Bill (about 99% of the brainpower behind what you’re about to read), we’re pleased to now offer you… Read More ›

5-Minute VoIP: Deploying a SIP to Google Voice Gateway

5-Minute VoIP: Deploying a SIP to Google Voice Gateway

Monday, June 11, 2012

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Today we’ll walk you through the 5-minute setup process to configure a SIP gateway for any Google Voice number. Once in place, you can make and receive Google Voice calls using not only your 10-digit Google Voice number but also through any SIP device in the world.

Introducing PPTP VPNs: The Travelin’ Man’s Best Friend

Introducing PPTP VPNs: The Travelin’ Man’s Best Friend

Monday, April 9, 2012

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PPTP VPNs provide home-away-from-home transparency to home office network services. Simply stated, with a PPTP VPN, you get a private IP address on the home office LAN that lets you do almost anything you could have done sitting at a desk in the home office. Today we’re pleased to introduce a 2-minute installer for PBX in a Flash servers.

Travelin’ Man 3: Securing a PBX in a Flash or VoIP in the Cloud Server

Travelin’ Man 3: Securing a PBX in a Flash or VoIP in the Cloud Server

Thursday, March 29, 2012

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Today we’re pleased to introduce Travelin’ Man 3, a completely new security methodology based upon FQDN Whitelists and DDNS. In a nutshell, you get set-it-and-forget-it convenience and rock-solid VoIP security for your Cloud-based PBX or any PBX in a Flash server lacking a hardware-based firewall… AND you get hands-free protection and flexibility for your mobile or remote workforce.

The Perfect Threesome: iNum + VoIP.ms + Google Voice

The Perfect Threesome: iNum + VoIP.ms + Google Voice

Monday, February 27, 2012

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If free worldwide calling sounds appealing to you, then today’s your lucky day. We’ll show you how to make free calls back to your Asterisk PBX with iNum from anywhere in the world and then harness the power of DISA and Google Voice to make as many free calls in the U.S. and Canada as you like.

Android 3 Deal of the Year: Acer Tab for Under $300

Android 3 Deal of the Year: Acer Tab for Under $300

Tuesday, August 16, 2011

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You’re not going to find a better deal on an Android 3 tablet probably ever. So run, don’t walk, to your nearest Target store to buy the best dual-core Android tablet on the market. Here’s why…