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Introducing Incredible PBX 2022 for the Raspberry Pi

Introducing Incredible PBX 2022 for the Raspberry Pi

Tuesday, June 14, 2022

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It’s been a year and a half since our last Incredible PBX® release for the Raspberry Pi platform, and the RasPi enhancements just keep coming. The latest RasPi 4 supports dual 4K monitors, two USB 2.0 ports, two USB 3.0 ports, gigabit Ethernet, a USB-C power supply, a Broadcom BCM2711, Quad core Cortex-A72 (ARM v8) 64-bit SoC running at 1.5GHz, and POE connectivity with the addition of the POE Hat. You can read all about it here. Incredible PBX 2022… Read More ›

Moving from Incredible PBX 2020 to 2021 on the Raspberry Pi

Moving from Incredible PBX 2020 to 2021 on the Raspberry Pi

Friday, June 18, 2021

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Many have clamored for an upgrade path from Incredible PBX 2020 on the Raspberry Pi to take advantage of the stability that Asterisk® 18 offers. Today we’re pleased to introduce a quick-and-easy upgrade script that moves your platform to Incredible PBX 2021 and handles everything for you. After running the script, you’ll have the latest release of Asterisk 18 and the latest modules for FreePBX® 15 plus all of the other goodies that make Incredible PBX 2021 the VoIP community’s… Read More ›

Taming the Condo Call Box with a Raspberry Pi & Asterisk

Taming the Condo Call Box with a Raspberry Pi & Asterisk

Monday, April 5, 2021

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If you live in an apartment complex or condominium with a call box to let visitors gain door access by calling your apartment, then today’s column is for you. The way almost all of these call boxes work is the management company programs your name, phone number, and apartment number into the call box after which a visitor can look up your name or enter your apartment number and the call box will call you. When you answer the call… Read More ›

Amazon’s Polly TTS Returns for Incredible PBX 2021

Amazon’s Polly TTS Returns for Incredible PBX 2021

Monday, February 22, 2021

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In a word, WOW! If you’ve previously used text-to-speech (TTS) applications with Incredible PBX™ or any other PBX, you fully appreciate the challenges of getting excellent voice quality from a synthesized voice. In addition to operating system quirks, you also had to scramble to find TTS software that had acceptable voice quality without breaking the bank. Well, it’s a new day with Incredible PBX 2021. Shortly after Amazon’s introduction of Polly TTS, we integrated it into the Wazo platform with… Read More ›

Revolutionary: Incredible PBX & Fax 2020 for Raspberry Pi

Revolutionary: Incredible PBX & Fax 2020 for Raspberry Pi

Sunday, November 8, 2020

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Enhancements to the Raspberry Pi 4 platform have been fast and furious this fall. Last week we introduced a $45 bootable SSD for the Raspberry Pi. And this week we’re showcasing the $70 Raspberry Pi 400 keyboard PC and a new release of the Incredible PBX 2020 image supporting both of these additions with all the latest Raspberry Pi firmware. As we’re all hunkered down hiding from the Coronavirus, it seemed a perfect time to finally tackle the project we’ve… Read More ›

Turbocharge Your Raspberry Pi 4 with a $45 Bootable SSD

Turbocharge Your Raspberry Pi 4 with a $45 Bootable SSD

Monday, November 2, 2020

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If a $45 addition to your Incredible PBX® 2020 setup on the Raspberry Pi 4 isn’t too rich for your blood, then today’s your lucky day. When we’re finished, you’ll have a perfect SOHO communications platform that boots from a 256GB drive to provide long-term reliability without having to worry about replacing worn-out microSD cards. You’ll also have ample room to implement a Network Attached Storage (NAS) solution to store music or documents. With Wi-Fi in your home or office,… Read More ›

Introducing OpenVPN for Incredible PBX

Introducing OpenVPN for Incredible PBX

Monday, July 20, 2020

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We’ve been wrestling with virtual private networks for more than 22 years now. Here’s a quick walk down memory lane. Our adventure began with the Altiga 3000 series VPN concentrators which we introduced in the federal courts in 1999. It was a near perfect plug-and-play hardware solution for secure communications between remote sites using less than secure Windows PCs. Cisco quickly saw the potential, gobbled up the company, and promptly doubled the price of the rebranded concentrators. Over a decade… Read More ›

Interconnect Incredible PBX 2020 to the Asterisk Mothership

Interconnect Incredible PBX 2020 to the Asterisk Mothership

Thursday, April 2, 2020

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The Holy Grail for a mobile VoIP solution is a simple way to connect back to your primary Asterisk® PBX via Wi-Fi from anywhere in the world to make and receive calls as if you never left. Let’s tick off the potential problems. First, many home-based PBXs are sitting behind NAT-based routers. Second, almost all remote Wi-Fi connections are made through a NAT-based router. Third, chances are the remote hosting platform blocks outgoing email from downstream servers such as a… Read More ›