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Latest Blog Posts

Elastix plus sign on caller ID messing things up.

This article will tell you how to remove the leading + sign on caller ID that some carriers insert. If you look at your CDR report and see all of your incoming calls look like this: +18885556666 Your SIP provider is passing on incoming calls to your PBX with a + sign in front of […]

Snom + Elastix Transfer Button Bug Workaround

It has come to my attention that I am not the only person who has this problem, a weird bug that I seemingly could not believe at first when reported by my users. The reports came in that when they were busy on the phones, and they had multiple people on hold, that sometimes, two […]

Asterisk Failover – Switch to Second ISP Script

I wanted to make a script to make my failover to a secondary ISP easy and fast if my dedicated WAN link for VoIP went down and I needed to route traffic through my data WAN link in a hurry. Lets assume the following: You have a secondary IP connection that you use exclusively for […]

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VoIP Security: Configuring the Elastix Firewall GUI

So you’ve got your Asterisk based Elastix system up and running and you are able to make and receive calls. Its probably safe to assume you have a static public IP address,  and a NAT router/firewall forwarding SIP traffic on port 5060 to your server and RTP traffic on a range of ports forwarded to […]

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