FreePBX is an open-source web-based graphical user interface (GUI) that manages and controls Asterisk, a widely used open-source PBX (Private Branch Exchange) software. It allows users to easily manage and configure telephony settings, such as setting up and managing extensions, voicemail, call routing, and more. It also provides a range of features such as call recording, call reporting, music on hold, and more.

FreePBX is designed to be easy to use, even for users without extensive technical knowledge. It also offers a range of add-on modules that can be used to add additional functionality to the system, such as call centers, call queues, and more. It is also highly customizable, and allows users to make changes to the system’s settings and configurations through its web-based interface.

FreePBX is widely used in small and medium-sized businesses, as well as in home and home office environments, as it is a cost-effective and feature-rich solution for managing and controlling telephone systems. It also supports integration with various IP-PBX hardware, allowing users to make and receive calls through both traditional PSTN lines and VoIP services.

  • OS Type: Linux
  • Based on: CentOS
  • Origin: USA
  • Architecture: i686, x86_64
  • Desktop: No Desktop, WebUI
  • Category: Server, Telephony
  • Status: Active
Distribution FreePBX
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