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@wardmundy - thanks for the follow-up tip. I like the portability of Ipbx on Raspberry Pi 4. Makes it so easy to take your pbx with you whenever I go on a trip. Also, thanks for all your hours of work that goes into keeping these pbx's up to date and pretty much already configured to use free pbx's.
 
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@hawk#1: Agreed. Planning to add default trunks to RasPi and CentOS builds to set this interconnect up.
 

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For those that have added Blinkt! to your RasPi, we have a new system status utility that displays the status of the following on the LEDs:
Code:
# Port 7 - Asterisk status     (Green=UP Red=DN)
# Port 6 - Apache status       (Green=UP Red=DN)
# Port 5 - MariaDB/MySQL status (Green=UP Red=DN)
# Port 4 - IPtables status     (Blue=UP  Red=DN)
# Port 3 - Fail2Ban status     (Blue=UP  Red=DN)
# Port 2 - SIP trunks status   (Green=AllUP Red=SomeDN Purple=NoneFound)
# Port 1 - PJSIP trunks status (Green=AllUP Red=SomeDN Purple=NoneFound)
# Port 0 - IAX2 trunks status  (Green=AllUP Red=SomeDN Purple=NoneFound)
We recommend adding the following Blinkt! entries to /etc/crontab to update the LEDs every 5 minutes from 7 am to 7 pm. rainbow.py will clear the display at 8:01 pm.
Code:
1 20 * * * root /root/rainbow.py > /dev/null 2>&1
*/5 7-19 * * * root /root/status.sh > /dev/null 2>&1
Install the software with the following commands:
Code:
cd /root
wget http://incrediblepbx.com/blinkt-status.tar.gz
tar zxvf blinkt-status.tar.gz
rm -f blinkt-status.tar.gz
We also recommend disabling or removing rainbow.py at the bottom of /usr/local/sbin/pbxstatus.

If you don't use IAX2, you might want to consider modifying /root/status.sh to substitute an LED showing "active calls":
Code:
port0="$BLUE"
test=`asterisk -rx "core show channels" | grep "0 active calls"`
if [[ $test ]]; then
port0="$RED"
fi
 
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@Larry Marshall: Set the GUI password for the admin account by running /root/admin-pw-change. Then use your browser to login as admin with the new password you just set.
I finally burned a chip today, release 5. I am amazed how easy it was to install. Not a single issue.

I've been using VOIP, mostly Freepbx and a little Freeswitch, for over 10 years. Almost each day of that time I have struggled with both.

I followed your Skytel setup, purchased a DID and configured an inbound route in the pbx. I also registered an existing Yealink phone, a task I dreaded in the past. Finally, I called the pbx from a mobile phone and it answered the first time! Really? I was so ecstatic I forgot to configure an outbound route, which took me less than a minute. I dialed out and it connected!

I am so glad I have choice other than Freepbx. Thank you for giving me part of my life back.
 
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