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FreePBX Production Install Guide (RHEL v6, Asterisk v1.8+, FreePBX v2.9+)

[...] it were set to TRUE and you were using the default credentials of asteriskuser/amp109 and your FreePBX GUI were exposed to the internet (ie. the http port), anyone could log into your FreePBX GUI as [...]

FreePBX Production Install Guide (RHEL v6, Asterisk v11+, FreePBX v2.11+)

[...] it were set to TRUE and you were using the default credentials of asteriskuser/amp109 and your FreePBX GUI were exposed to the internet (ie. the http port), anyone could log into your FreePBX GUI as [...]

FreePBX Production Install Guide (RHEL v6, Asterisk v1.10+, FreePBX v2.10+)

[...] it were set to TRUE and you were using the default credentials of asteriskuser/amp109 and your FreePBX GUI were exposed to the internet (ie. the http port), anyone could log into your FreePBX GUI as [...]

FreePBX Production Install Guide (RHEL v6, Asterisk v1.10+, FreePBX v2.10+)

[...] then reboot again or 'amportal restart' from command prompt. You may get an error in the FreePBX GUI saying "symlink failed for /etc/asterisk/sip_notify.conf" or something along those [...]

FreePBX Production Install Guide (RHEL v6, Asterisk v1.10+, FreePBX v2.10+)

[...] > GRANT ALL PRIVILEGES ON asteriskcdrdb.* TO asteriskuser@localhost IDENTIFIED BY 'amp109'; Query OK, 0 rows affected (0.00 sec) mysql> GRANT ALL PRIVILEGES ON asterisk.* TO asteriskuser@ [...]

FreePBX on Ubuntu (Ubuntu v12, Asterisk v11, FreePBX v2.11)

[...] > GRANT ALL PRIVILEGES ON asterisk.* TO asteriskuser@localhost IDENTIFIED BY 'amp109'; Query OK, 0 rows affected (0.00 sec) mysql> GRANT ALL PRIVILEGES ON asteriskcdrdb.* TO [...]

FreePBX Production Install Guide (RHEL v6, Asterisk v1.11+, FreePBX v2.11+)

[...] GRANT ALL PRIVILEGES ON asteriskcdrdb.* TO asteriskuser@localhost IDENTIFIED BY 'amp109'; Query OK, 0 rows affected (0.00 sec) mysql> GRANT ALL PRIVILEGES ON asterisk.* TO asteriskuser@ [...]

FreePBX Production Install Guide (RHEL v6, Asterisk v1.8+, FreePBX v2.9+)

[...] ALL PRIVILEGES ON asteriskcdrdb.* TO asteriskuser@localhost IDENTIFIED BY 'amp109'; Query OK, 0 rows affected (0.00 sec) mysql> GRANT ALL PRIVILEGES ON asterisk.* TO asteriskuser@ [...]

Hardening FreePBX

[...] it can be (theoretically) re-run on the same server.  All you need is your current MySQL root password.  If you don't know your current MySQL root password and have no way to getting it [...]

Hardening FreePBX

[...] means it can be (theoretically) re-run on the same server.  All you need is your current MySQL root password.  If you do not know your current MySQL root password and have no way of getting it, this [...]

A2Billing v2 Install Guide

[...] now. If MySQL root password already exists If you get access denied the password has already been set.  For [...]

Hardening FreePBX

[...] it can be (theoretically) re-run on the same server.  All you need is your current MySQL root password.  If you do not know your current MySQL root password and have no way of getting it, [...]

Replace TFTP with FTP for SIP phone configuration

[...] phones. hide_file=* (Ctrl-X>y>ENTER) Now remove the actual ftp directory and create a symbolic link between the TFTP directory and the FTP directory.  We do this because aastra xml scripts [...]

OpenSIPS and Control Panel Install Guide

[...] would have to copy/paste and then /sbin/ldconfig -v.  Or you would have to create a symbolic link.  Using the --prefix=/usr so it is put in the expected place to begin with is simpler [...]

SugarCRM Install on Redhat Enterprise Linux

[...] ------------- Set Timezone Copy your timezone from this link. System timezone Create a symbolic link to the appropriate timezone from /etc/localtime. Example: ln -sf /usr/share/zoneinfo/ [...]

FreePBX on Ubuntu (Ubuntu v12, Asterisk v11, FreePBX v2.11)

[...] and errors each time you restart amportal from command line and you don't want your asterisk log files getting huge from constantly writing debug information do the following: nano /etc/asterisk/ [...]

Install Fail2ban for Asterisk from RPM

[...] /log/asterisk/messages maxretry = 5 bantime = 86400 Lastly, make sure date format for asterisk log files is set properly for fail2ban.  If you do not see the following entry in /etc/ [...]

Install Fail2ban for Asterisk from RPM

[...] to the end of the file.  Double check the logpath. Lastly, make sure date format for asterisk log files is set properly for fail2ban.  If you do not see the following entry in /etc/asterisk/ [...]

Install Fail2ban for Asterisk from RPM

[...] = /var/log/asterisk/messages maxretry = 5 bantime = 86400 Lastly, make sure date format for asterisk log files is set properly for fail2ban.  If you do not see the following entry in /etc/asterisk/ [...]

FreePBX Production Install Guide (RHEL v6, Asterisk v1.8+, FreePBX v2.9+)

[...] .  You need to download it from an official mirror and install otherwise the FreePBX install will fail.  Click the link to check for the latest version. cd /usr/src wget& [...]

FreePBX Production Install Guide (RHEL v6, Asterisk v1.10+, FreePBX v2.10+)

[...] is not included.  You need to download it from an official mirror and install otherwise the FreePBX install will fail.  Click the link to check for the latest version. cd /usr/src wget http://dl. [...]

FreePBX Production Install Guide (RHEL v6, Asterisk v1.8+, FreePBX v2.9+)

[...] .  You need to download it from an official mirror and install otherwise the FreePBX install will fail.  Click the link to check for the latest version. cd /usr/src wget& [...]

FreePBX Production Install Guide (RHEL v6, Asterisk v1.10+, FreePBX v2.10+)

[...] not included.  You need to download it from an official mirror and install otherwise the FreePBX install will fail.  Click the link to check for the latest version. Firewall Check if the [...]

OpenSIPS and Control Panel Install Guide

[...] instructions in this guide are assuming you are always logged in as root running in level 3 console text mode. Get rid of all installed groups except 'Yum Utilities' so we are starting with a clean [...]

How to Install OpenVPN and PPTP on RHEL v6

[...] .  Do NOT install a GUI such as Gnome or KDE.  We only want to be running in console text mode not GUI graphics mode.  If you already have a desktop or server GUI installed you [...]

SugarCRM Install on Redhat Enterprise Linux

[...] .  Do NOT install a GUI such as Gnome or KDE.  We only want to be running in console text mode not GUI graphics mode.  If you already have a desktop or server GUI installed you [...]

How to Install OpenVPN and PPTP on RHEL v6

[...] begin.  Do NOT install a GUI such as Gnome or KDE.  We only want to be running in console text mode not GUI graphics mode.  If you already have a desktop or server GUI installed you [...]

FreePBX on Ubuntu (Ubuntu v12, Asterisk v11, FreePBX v2.11)

[...] server installation before you begin.  We want to be running in console text mode not GUI graphics mode.  If you already have a GUI installed you will want to disable it at boot time. & [...]

FreePBX Production Install Guide (RHEL v6, Asterisk v1.11+, FreePBX v2.11+)

[...] install a GUI such as Gnome or KDE.  We only want to be running in console text mode not GUI graphics mode.  If you already have a desktop or server GUI installed you will want to exit to [...]

How to Install OpenVPN and PPTP on RHEL v6

[...] install a GUI such as Gnome or KDE.  We only want to be running in console text mode not GUI graphics mode.  If you already have a desktop or server GUI installed you will want to exit to [...]

FreePBX Production Install Guide (RHEL v6, Asterisk v11+, FreePBX v2.11+)

[...] install a GUI such as Gnome or KDE.  We only want to be running in console text mode not GUI graphics mode.  If you already have a desktop or server GUI installed you will want to exit to [...]

A2Billing v2 Install Guide

[...] Prepare MySQL database If you did not create a mysql root password during the asterisk install you should create one now. mysqladmin -u root password 'rootmysqlpassword' If you get [...]

A2Billing Install guide

[...] database cd /usr/src/a2billing If you did not create a mysql root password during the asterisk install you should create one now. mysqladmin -u root password 'rootmysqlpassword' If you get [...]

A2Billing v2 Install Guide

[...] directory Create MySQL root password If you did not create a mysql root password during the asterisk install you should create one now. If MySQL root password already exists If you get access denied [...]

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FreePBX Production Install Guide (RHEL v6, Asterisk v1.8+, FreePBX v2.9+)

[...] it were set to TRUE and you were using the default credentials of asteriskuser/amp109 and your FreePBX GUI were exposed to the internet (ie. the http port), anyone could log into your FreePBX GUI as [...]

FreePBX Production Install Guide (RHEL v6, Asterisk v11+, FreePBX v2.11+)

[...] it were set to TRUE and you were using the default credentials of asteriskuser/amp109 and your FreePBX GUI were exposed to the internet (ie. the http port), anyone could log into your FreePBX GUI as [...]

FreePBX Production Install Guide (RHEL v6, Asterisk v1.10+, FreePBX v2.10+)

[...] it were set to TRUE and you were using the default credentials of asteriskuser/amp109 and your FreePBX GUI were exposed to the internet (ie. the http port), anyone could log into your FreePBX GUI as [...]

FreePBX Production Install Guide (RHEL v6, Asterisk v1.10+, FreePBX v2.10+)

[...] then reboot again or 'amportal restart' from command prompt. You may get an error in the FreePBX GUI saying "symlink failed for /etc/asterisk/sip_notify.conf" or something along those [...]

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