- Oct 12, 2007
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I built two instances (one at a time in use) over the past few days. My $300 is long gone so... I'll let you know when the bills come out later this week. By the way, the performance is pretty terrible in the GUI, but the calls sound fine. No comparison to Digital Ocean, Vultr, or even the $1/month VPS providers. I'd estimate 10-20 times better performance on the other platforms. But, hey, some folks love Google.Hmm... Is it cheaper to do each instance with them or do a larger prox with them and create your own VM's from it? How does pricing compare to Vultr or DigitalOcean when scaled?
Nothing precludes upping the horsepower if somebody decides that the Google Cloud is the way to go. As I said, it works. It's just pretty slow. But there are lots of folks that believe "free" trumps everything else. About 1,000 of them hit Nerd Vittles last night.If the performance is so terrible, why bother posting this? Seems like it'll get more people tied in a knot than anything else.
Ahhh, I don't use PJSIP.Can you create pjsip extensions, login to those extensions and receive calls?
Also can you edit the settings in those extensions and have it reflected on the extensions dashboard as check-boxes?
Not being able to receive calls because the pbx cant register the extensions endpoint is pretty much detrimental
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