FreePBX Jobs

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  • Hourly – Less than 1 week – Less than 10 hrs/week – Posted
    We have a VOIP system that is hosted in our office and failing to permit consistent incoming and outgoing calls.
  • Hourly – Less than 1 week – Less than 10 hrs/week – Posted
    Looking for assistance in troubleshooting a small business deployment of freebpx with 5 users running a 4 line outbound VOIP trunk. Specific issue to be investigated and remediated is randomized "cut-outs" heard by recipients (both inbound and outbound callers) duing phone calls. Obvious remediation steps taken with ISP bandwidth monitoring and increase, Freepbx upgrades, configuration teaks and troubleshooting with VOIP provider as we ll as QoS on network. Need seasoned freepbx /asterisk professional to help troubleshoot. Additional details regarding environment ...
  • Hourly – Less than 1 week – Less than 10 hrs/week – Posted
    I have installed the latest stable version of FreePbx Distro on a HP Proliant DL360. I would like assistance in setting up the entire system to work properly.
  • Fixed-Price – Est. Budget: $130.00 Posted
    Hello, I have a running PIAF server in production. Asterisk is managed by FreePBX and the user base is managed by a2Billing. Everything is working like a charm. However, I would like to have web module to make calls through your browser. For that I tried to use sipml5 but with no success. I managed to establish a connection, but whenever I try to make a call, I get this warning in my asterisk console: WARNING[21995][C-00000fc7]: chan_sip.c ...
  • Fixed-Price – Est. Budget: $50.00 Posted
    We have a freePBX. We would like to receive an email notification for every call that is received but did not leave a voicemail. We would not like to receive an email for every call. We currently already receive emails for when voicemails are left and its working great. After doing some digging I guess it can be done pretty easily with PHPAGI but I just dont have the time to play around with it.
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