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The SIPaholic’s Dream Come True: Introducing Anveo Direct

The SIPaholic’s Dream Come True: Introducing Anveo Direct

Monday, May 6, 2013

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We’re incredibly happy with the current list of providers that we recommend to PBX in a Flash™ users for VoIP trunking. At the top of our list is Vitelity, a leading VoIP provider that has been a major contributor to the Nerd Vittles and PBX in a Flash projects for many years. But, as often happens, one of our gurus on the PIAF Forum comes up with a terrific discovery that we just can’t wait to pass along. This week… Read More ›

Interconnecting Asterisk Servers with Incredible PBX and the $35 Raspberry Pi

Interconnecting Asterisk Servers with Incredible PBX and the $35 Raspberry Pi

Monday, November 5, 2012

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We’ve spent the last couple months perfecting Incredible PBX™ as a full-featured VoIP platform for deployment on the $35 Raspberry Pi®. And, with the recent addition of 512MB RAM on the main system board, the Raspberry Pi not only is a great platform for home or SOHO use, but now it’s an ideal server for remote deployment in organizations with small satellite offices scattered around the countryside or for those with a loved one stationed in a faraway place. It’s… Read More ›

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.