FreePBX is the #1 open source graphical user interface (GUI) for use with Asterisk. FreePBX makes it easier to build a custom phone system to fit your needs with its feature-rich core and many available modules and add-ons. The FreePBX Distro includes Asterisk, Linux, and all the tools you need to build your custom PBX. Download the full ISO today to easily get started using Asterisk.
Switchvox is the easiest and fastest way to get started with an Asterisk-based IP PBX system. As the maintainer and sponsor of Asterisk, Sangoma has used the power of open source to create an award-winning, turnkey phone system based on Asterisk that includes advanced features and requires zero coding.
The D-Series phones and the Switchvox Mobile App have an upcoming expiration (May 28th, 2021) on the SSL certificate when connected to certain versions of Asterisk, FreePBX, PBXact, and Switchvox. Sangoma has developed quick to implement and future proof solutions.
Telos VX® is the first VoIP (Voice over IP) system for broadcast and is ideal for radio and TV applications, as well as some government applications. From remote IFBs to audience call-ins, it can run anywhere from one or two lines in a small studio to the on-air phones for your entire plant, giving you incredible operational power, adaptable workflows, and superior audio quality.
* Due to the wide variation in how traditional phone service can be delivered and the complexities involved in converting those services to SIP, we want to talk with you about your system design before you order. Telos has VX System engineers standing by to help you draw up a configuration that will ensure your VX purchase will perform to your expectations when using legacy telephony circuits.
If you want to change the IP address of a VSet phone, press the Menu button and then navigate to the Setup Menu.Pressing the button to the left of the Setup Menu once will show you the current IP address:
There are thousands of PBXs in use - it would be impossible to test each one! VX uses the Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) standard for all telco connections, so it will work with any PBX that also adheres to the SIP standard, or (using a POTS telco gateway) with any PBX that can "break out" an analog phone line.
An easy way for you to find out whether your PBX will work with VX is to download X-lite, a "softphone" client for the PC. Install and configure it to work with your PBX; if X-lite works with your PBX, VX will too. X-lite can be downloaded for free from -lite-download.html.
Featuring ZeroTouch auto provisioning, P-Series phones can be quickly and easily used right out of the box. All you need to do is plug them into an Internet connection, wherever you are in the world, and the redirection service will automatically pair and configure the phone with the phone system. This makes life easier for IT administrators and allows end users to setup their own phones within seconds, including remote users.
Each P-Series phone is factory imaged with a unique serial key. This prevents hackers from contacting the redirection server, pretending to be an P-Series phone, and trying to register with the MAC address.
Need more BLFs to provide faster access to large groups of extensions? Perfect for receptionists, secretaries, and those in the real estate or hospitality industries, the PM200 sidecar is the perfect upgrade to the P330 or P370 IP phone, adding up to an extra 40 buttons for contacts and functionality.
Designed for the closest integration with FreePBX and Sangoma hardware, choose between the H10,a dedicated desktop IP phone headset, and the H20, which offers support for the Desktop softphone via USB connection.
PhoneApps are the only software suite on the market that integrates advanced features, not only for Sangoma IP phones, but for many third-party manufacturers. Some vendors offer their own version of our PhoneApps, but they are only compatible with their own PBX and IP phones. This locks you down or forces you to buy new hardware.
For example, the Do Not Disturb app enables the DND status condition for that user directly on the PBX. So even if the phone loses network connectivity, the status condition remains in place on the PBX. 2b1af7f3a8