If you hurry, you can buy one of the world’s best color SIP videophones for about $42. The original price of these Nortel phones was over $700. And they work perfectly with Asterisk and sip2sip.info.
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This week we introduce a new, ultra-secure methodology for managing remote phone access to your Incredible PBX. Meet Travelin’ Man, a web-based, one-click Asterisk application that automatically reconfigures your Asterisk PBX to enable remote SIP phone access. Supports one extension or hundreds. Setup is simple and takes only a few minutes.
Adding remote phones and connections to any Asterisk PBX can be a daunting task. Today we’ll cover the risks and lay out a range of safe and secure options for connecting Grandma as well as your traveling cellphones to Incredible PBX. In addition we provide our Baker’s Dozen checklist for keeping SIP access to your VoIP server secure.
Incredible PBX list of goodies expands with support for multiple Google Voice trunks. Instead of one free PSTN call at a time in the U.S. and Canada, now you can make lots of simultaneous calls plus free Skype calling and free SIP calling worldwide in addition to dozens of free Asterisk apps.
Today we’ll walk you through the 10-minute process of setting up a free Skype Gateway to Asterisk on The Incredible PBX. After installation, you’ll have free inbound and outbound Skype calling just like Skype for Asterisk minus the $66 license fee.
Today we provide a soup-to-nuts tutorial for getting every last piece of functionality out of the world’s best cellphone. It’s also the best Mac companion and the perfect Asterisk PBX extension.
Today we’ll walk you through setting up ISN on your Asterisk server for free SIP calling from the convenience of your nearest Asterisk telephone. In less than 10 minutes, you can test it out by dialing **1234*1061 to sample a dozen Nerd Vittles text-to-speech applications.
A quick recap of where things stand in the Google Voice arena as Google decides whether to emulate Skype or AOL in its quest for a share of the VoIP telephony pie…