dSIPRouter (Kamailio) With VitalPBX

VitalPBX dSipRouter Kamailio Integration

1.- Introduction After a long research on the internet, googling everywhere. We decided to make a manual on how to install Kamailio together with its graphical interface, dSIPRouter, to integrate it with VitalPBX. Due to the above, we took on the task of searching for the available information and putting it together into a single […]

Integrate VitalPBX with Microsoft Teams

VitlPBX Microsoft Teams Integartion

1.- Introduction After a long research on the internet, googling everywhere We decided to make a manual on how to integrate MS Teams with VitalPBX without having an SBC in the middle. Because of this, we took on the task of searching the available information and putting it together in a single guide that makes […]

WebRTC Audio and Video Calls with VitalPBX

WebRTC Audio and Video Calls Thumbnail

While investigating about how to make certain implementations using WebRTC, we found this article “How to: WebRTC Audio & Video calls on Asterisk” on the Community site from Asterisk. This was very intriguing for us, so we proceeded to install it in a transparent way with VitalPBX. On the article, it is shown how to […]

Install Your Own Video Conference Server like Zoom

This last year, Video Conference calls have now become more part of our lives than ever. So, up next we will show step by step how to install your own Zoom-like Video Conferencing server. In order to do this installation we will use an open source project called Jitsi (Jitsi was acquired by 8×8 in […]

How to install VitalPBX 3 on High Availability

VitalPBX 3 Hight Availability

High availability is a characteristic of a system which aims to ensure an agreed level of operational performance, usually uptime, for a higher than normal period. Make a high-availability cluster out of any pair of VitalPBX servers. VitalPBX can detect a range of failures on one VitalPBX server and automatically transfer control to the other […]

Easy guide: How to Configure NAT for PJSIP Endpoints

VtalPBX 3 Nat PJSIP

About NAT for PJSIP chan _pjsip is no more NAT aware than chan_sip in terms of nat=*. It simply breaks the sub-options of nat= into fully-fledged options, so that nat=comedia becomes rtp_symmetric=yes and nat=force_rport becomes force_rport=yes. The common incantation of nat=force_rport, comedia is equivalent to specifying both options. Read more tutorials and guides on how […]