Looks like I'd better keep my little Dockstar happy then: Asterisk 11.23.0 and FreePBX 220.127.116.11.
(It's on a private network behind a HW firewall; I have a primary boot thumbdrive and a cloned duplicate; I have several image backups; an IPBX-created backup; and the identical but slower PogoPlug on a shelf with a primary SD card and cloned duplicate. Should be good for a while as a tinkertoy for outbound calling...)
(It actually works great, guys! As an appliance for a SOHO application you really wouldn't need more. Right now it has 18 SIP Peers, and 2 endpoints plus 14 trunks online. 11 different SIP providers -- several with multiple logins -- and connections to 2 different remote Asterisk boxes. It's bullet-proof and runs for months at a time unattended using hardly any power. I've even gotten used to the sluggish GUI when I change things...
It suits my hobby of making very old equipment "useful." You should see the graveyard of hardware around here. It's quite a bit newer than the 2004 Dell 700M laptop running Xubuntu that I use regularly!)