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NEW New Incredible PBX for CentOS 7

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    We are pleased to report that the CentOS 7 implementation of Incredible PBX 13 is now available. Begin with a 64-bit, CentOS 7 platform. Then just follow the existing tutorial to install Incredible PBX 13. More surprises coming soon...

    Matt Jordan's article on the importance of moving to Asterisk 13.17.2 is also worth a careful read.
     
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    The only wrinkle we've encountered thus far is routing a trunk to an IVR. It rarely, if ever connects at least with a Google Voice trunk. The simple workaround is to create a SIP extension (792) that you don't use and set up your IVR as a Misc Application with a feature code of some unused extension number, e.g. 892. Then set call forwarding on the unused 792 extension to 892 like this:
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    asterisk -rx "database put CF 792 892"
    For the Inbound Route that you wish to redirect to the IVR, just set the call destination to SIP extension 792.
     
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    Is 7 the prefered platform over 6.9 for this now?
     
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    Definitely not for me. Still quirky Asterisk crashes from time to time, primarily after FreePBX reloads.
     
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    dose this make it look legit and green not a Red line through it and saying unsecure and is it free
     
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    Yes to all
     
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    i have to say it worked... i tried it on my NO-ip.org redirect free dns they give and it worked... it worked on that... OMG... so it will work on a domain. its SECURE thank you so much to cool to cool
     
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    Wait, it works on a DDNS domain? When I tried requesting a cert under one of those services, LetsEncrypt was like "no we can't give you one" for whatever bullshit reason they had.
     
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    it worked on no-ip.com free i used hopto.org and when i installed it i turned off iptables and i had to run it 2 or times then it took it and i said to run as https and poof no joke it worked but with iptables on it wont veridy its connected ssl but IT IS using the sslabs or what ever i am using a VPS not a home IP addess
     
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    is thie Incredible running PHP5.6.0 or higher?
     
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    how come the domain is secure but not the main IP address would that make a difference or as long as i use the domain its secure for all
     
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    The connection is always secure. It's just that the certificate is expecting you to use the domain and not the IP address. This is what makes your browser not trust it.
     
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    ok selfish cheap question here aka dont wanna pay .... is there away to make the SECURE in Green show the Company name like most sites that say The Company Inc - in green to say its secure or since its free its just SECURE thats it........ no way to add company info/..
     
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    Nope. Lets Encrypt doesn't offer those kinds of certs.
     
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