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    Provisioning Template Variables

    Sadly it doesnt seem that these are formally documented :(
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    Provisioning Template Variables

    Yup, i am using them. However I am after the "inbuilt" ones like those provided by the "Contacts" application.
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    Provisioning Template Variables

    Is there a document that describes all the variables available to provisioning templates? I can not find such a thing in the official documentation. Thus far all my templates have been based upon variables i have found in the provided templates. Im particularly interested in how "Contacts" are...
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    Snom Provision Server

    Once you have configured the domain in fusionpbx, you will also need to create an 'extension' and a 'device' which includes the device's model - fusionpbx isnt (currently) able to infer what the device is so it needs to know ahead of time (it would be possible to infer many devices based upon...
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    Freeswitch(fusionpbx) performancs on WMware ESX vs Proxmox

    Newer virtio drivers as a minimum :)
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    Freeswitch(fusionpbx) performancs on WMware ESX vs Proxmox

    If youre running Debian KVM's, i would also recommend using the "cloud" linux kernel from backports (or actual buster). Google Cloud is KVM, so all its optimizations should be of benefit. https://packages.debian.org/stretch-backports/linux-image-cloud-amd64
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    Freeswitch(fusionpbx) performancs on WMware ESX vs Proxmox

    Many of them are hardware dependent and YMMV. Saying that I do find that Proxmox is a bit thin on details like those above.
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    Freeswitch(fusionpbx) performancs on WMware ESX vs Proxmox

    If there are other containers or vm's running, make sure you set the cpuunits appropriately so that the pbx gets priority over other things which are less time sensitive (i.e. file shares)
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    Freeswitch(fusionpbx) performancs on WMware ESX vs Proxmox

    If you would need more than 8GB of RAM i would be surprised, 4GB is probably more than enough. I would lean towards 8 cores and see how that goes, although 4 is probably fine.
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    Freeswitch(fusionpbx) performancs on WMware ESX vs Proxmox

    bcmike im curious to know what sort of size you are looking at?
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    Freeswitch(fusionpbx) performancs on WMware ESX vs Proxmox

    DigitalDaz are you running CentOS/RHEL in a container? You may need to set "vsyscall=emulate" in your proxmox kernel options. See also https://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=847154 and many other links that google will provide on the topic. Regarding performance, the Linux kernel...
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    Freeswitch(fusionpbx) performancs on WMware ESX vs Proxmox

    Im not certain what youve experienced with 'leaky containers', but i have fusionpbx running in a container on proxmox and it runs perfectly. I have it on an atom C2550, with the container having just two cores, cpuunits=2048 (other containers are 1024) and just 2gb of ram. postgresql uses the...
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    Grandstream Configuration Templates

    thanks. this was very helpful
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    One incoming call for a given DID

    Yes good tips. Thanks.
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    Busy tone

    See also http://www.pbxforums.com/threads/busy-tone-for-occupied-extensions.742/
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    Debian 9

    Its not perfect, but it removes worrying about old kernel vs new hardware. You'll just have to either install on 8 and upgrade - then see what happens. Or, try to shoehorn on to 9.
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    One incoming call for a given DID

    I have a new in-dial number added to the trunk that connects my fusionpbx to the world. That in-dial is now routed straight to a single extension (ata w/ fax) so that its effectively "one line". However when that extension is on a call, I want to have a busy signal returned to the caller...
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    SOLVED Providing SIP Trunks via a fusionPBX Server

    I believe that rather than an extension, you would create a gateway towards their server.
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    Debian 9

    in my case I am running it in an LXC container in Proxmox. you could also run it in Docker or whatever your poison is.
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    FusionPBX with Mysql

    you create a user then create a database. its literally the same number of steps as mysql.