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Some Tips & Tricks to Supercharge Incredible PBX 16-15

Some Tips & Tricks to Supercharge Incredible PBX 16-15

Monday, September 30, 2019

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As September comes to a close, we wanted to offer up some simple tips and tricks to get the most out of Incredible PBX® 16-15. Many of these already have been covered on the PIAF Forum so, if you’re not already a subscriber, sign up to keep up with the latest information. Perhaps the most frequently asked question concerns the painfully slow restarts that some folks experience with SendMail and/or Fail2Ban. So let’s start there. Assigning an FQDN to Your… Read More ›

A Golden Newbie: Incredible PBX 13-13.10 for Ubuntu 18.04.2

A Golden Newbie: Incredible PBX 13-13.10 for Ubuntu 18.04.2

Monday, March 18, 2019

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If you’re as big a fan of Ubuntu as we are, then you’ll be pleased to know that the month-old update to Ubuntu 18.04 LTS is rock-solid. It takes a brave soul to name anything Bionic Beaver, but Ubuntu pulls it off and makes you want to meet one face-to-face, just not in a bar after midnight. Well, St. Paddy would be proud. Today’s new Incredible PBX® 13-13.10 release brings you everything you could want in a PBX, and the… Read More ›

One Minute Wonder: Introducing VitalPBX for VirtualBox

One Minute Wonder: Introducing VitalPBX for VirtualBox

Monday, April 9, 2018

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Last week we took VitalPBX to the Cloud with our rock-solid firewall. And this week we’ll show you how to get VitalPBX up and running on any desktop computer in less than a minute using VirtualBox®. If you’ve followed Nerd Vittles over the years, you already know that VirtualBox from Oracle® is one of our favorite platforms. Almost any desktop computer can serve as a VirtualBox hosting platform. And once VirtualBox is installed, adding VitalPBX is a snap. Download the… Read More ›

VitalPBX in the Cloud: Providers, Backups, & Airtight Security

VitalPBX in the Cloud: Providers, Backups, & Airtight Security

Monday, April 2, 2018

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Last month we introduced VitalPBX, a terrific new (free) VoIP platform that’s about as intuitive as software can get. We followed up with a dozen Incredible PBX applications that really showed off the flexibility of this new Asterisk® platform. And today we’re pleased to introduce two new cloud solutions that offer our whitelist firewall design for security plus automatic backups. Both Digital Ocean and Vultr offer terrific performance coupled with a $5/month price point that is easy on your wallet.… Read More ›

Twofer Tuesday: 2 Cloud Servers for the Price of a RasPi

Twofer Tuesday: 2 Cloud Servers for the Price of a RasPi

Tuesday, February 28, 2017

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It’s been more than a year since we last chatted about Cloud At Cost. Because they’re in the midst of yet another 50% off Fire Sale and to close out February with a bang, it seemed like a good time to take a fresh look at a terrific way to get started with Linux. For today’s $35 cloud project, we’re going to build a free WordPress server and a free commercial PBX compliments of 3CX. For what it’s worth, we’ve… Read More ›

It’s Back: $10.50 Buys an Incredible PBX in the Cloud For Life… If You Hurry

It’s Back: $10.50 Buys an Incredible PBX in the Cloud For Life… If You Hurry

Monday, March 14, 2016

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Embed from Getty Images In January, we began our new series on Cloud Computing by documenting how to build an awesome LAMP server in the Cloud using Linux. Today we’re again going to show you how to use the same Cloud platform and take advantage of the $10.50 coupon code TAKE70 to build an Incredible PBX in the Cloud FOR LIFE. When you’re finished, you’ll have a state-of-the-art Incredible PBX 13 server with hundreds of PBX features including free calling… Read More ›

The Ultimate Linux Sandbox in the Cloud for Less Than a $35 Raspberry Pi 2

The Ultimate Linux Sandbox in the Cloud for Less Than a $35 Raspberry Pi 2

Monday, January 25, 2016

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Every few years we like to drop back and take a fresh look at the best way to get started with Linux. For those coming from the Windows World, it can be a painful process. Learning with a Cloud-based server can be especially dangerous because of the security risks. And then there’s the cost factor. Not everyone has several hundred dollars to buy hardware and, frankly, learning about Linux on a $35 Raspberry Pi can drive most newbies to drink.… Read More ›

Where to Begin: A Comparison of Open Source Features in Asterisk Aggregations

Where to Begin: A Comparison of Open Source Features in Asterisk Aggregations

Tuesday, February 17, 2015

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[purehtml id=19] We receive frequent inquiries requesting that we document the feature set in the open source Asterisk® distributions that Nerd Vittles writes about each week. So today we’re pleased to provide a Feature Matrix that we will attempt to keep current as we move forward. Just bookmark this page, and you can check back periodically to get a quick thumbnail sketch of what each of these distributions currently supports.1 A chart, of course, doesn’t tell the whole story. But… Read More ›