ItsMyCallCenter is not limited to products but offers plethora of services at certain level on VoIP open-source platform and among them one is FusionPBX. Since we started working on FusionPBX, gradually it boost our confidence after completed some complex projects.

What is FusionPBX?

FusionPBX is an open-source, web-based graphical user interface (GUI) for the FreeSWITCH communication platform. FreeSWITCH is a versatile and scalable open-source telephony platform that allows users to build and deploy various communication solutions such as voice over IP (VoIP) systems, video conferencing, interactive voice response (IVR) systems, and more.

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What FusionPBX offers?

FusionPBX provides a user-friendly interface that simplifies the configuration, management, and monitoring of FreeSWITCH. It allows administrators and users to control and customize their telecommunication services easily. Some key features are listed below.

  • Call Routing: Allows users to set up call routing rules based on specific conditions and events.
  • Voicemail: Provides a voicemail system for users to receive and manage voicemail messages.
  • IVR (Interactive Voice Response): Enables the creation of custom interactive voice menus and call flow automation.
  • Conference Bridge: Facilitates multi-party audio conferencing.
  • Call Recording: Allows for the recording of calls for monitoring and quality assurance purposes.
  • SIP Trunking: Enables connection to external VoIP service providers or other PBX systems.
  • User Management: Provides tools for managing users, extensions, and permissions.
  • Call Monitoring: Allows administrators to monitor ongoing calls in real-time.
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How can ItsMyCallCenter help you here?

Installation of FusionPBX

      To deploy FusionPBX, you typically need a server wherein we need to first install FreeSWITCH as a the necessary dependencies. The FusionPBX web interface is then installed on top of the FreeSWITCH server to provide the GUI for administration and configuration. We have talented team with immense of experience in this era who are not only able to install but capable enough to reshape the business needs.

FusionPBX Enhancement

User Interface Enhancements

We often work to improve the user interface to make it more intuitive, user-friendly, and responsive. This could include redesigning layouts, improving navigation, and optimizing the overall user experience.

Feature Expansion

Enhancements may involve adding new features and functionalities based on user feedback and emerging industry trends. These could include new call handling options, improved IVR capabilities, or enhanced call recording and reporting features.

Performance and Scalability

We are proficient and able to focus on optimizing the platform's performance and scalability, making it more efficient and capable of handling a larger number of concurrent calls and users.

Security Updates

Security is critical in communication platforms. Enhancements might include identifying and fixing vulnerabilities, improving encryption methods, and implementing best security practices.

Integration with Third-Party Services

To extend FusionPBX's capabilities, we may work on integrating it with other popular tools and services, such as CRM systems, collaboration platforms, or cloud-based services.

Multi-Tenancy Support

Enhancements that enable multi-tenancy support would allow service providers to manage multiple clients or organizations from a single instance of FusionPBX.

API Improvements

We are focusing on expanding and improving the API (Application Programming Interface) to make it more powerful and easier to integrate with custom applications or third-party tools.

Documentation and Localization

Enhancements may include improving documentation to help users and client's developers understand the platform better. Additionally, efforts might be made to support multiple languages through localization.

Bug Fixes

We can work on identifying and resolving bugs or issues reported by users.

FusionPBX Security

      FusionPBX, like any other communication system, requires proper security measures to protect against potential threats and vulnerabilities. Here are some essential security considerations and best practices for FusionPBX.

Regular Updates

Keep both FusionPBX and all underlying software, including the operating system, FreeSWITCH, and any additional modules, up to date with the latest security patches and updates. Regularly check for updates and apply them promptly.

Secure Authentication

Enforce strong password policies and encourage users to use complex passwords. Consider implementing multi-factor authentication (MFA) for an extra layer of security.

Firewall Configuration

Set up a firewall to control access to the FusionPBX server and only allow traffic from trusted sources. Use whitelisting instead of blacklisting whenever possible.

Limiting Access

Restrict access to the FusionPBX administrative interface and sensitive resources to authorized personnel only. Avoid using default credentials or easily guessable usernames and passwords.

Secure Communications

Use encryption for signalling and media streams to protect sensitive data during communication. Implement Transport Layer Security (TLS) to secure SIP and other communication protocols.

Disable Unused Services

Turn off any unnecessary services or modules that are not being used in FusionPBX. This reduces the potential attack surface and minimizes the risk of exploitation.

Regular Backups

Perform regular backups of your FusionPBX configuration and database. Store backups securely and offsite to ensure that data can be recovered in case of any incidents.

Strong Access Controls

Utilize role-based access controls to assign permissions to users based on their roles and responsibilities. Limit access to critical functionality to authorized personnel.

Monitoring and Logging

Implement logging and monitoring to detect any suspicious activities or potential security breaches. Review logs regularly to identify and respond to security incidents promptly.

Disable Remote Registration

If you are not using remote SIP devices, consider disabling remote registration to prevent unauthorized access attempts. Security Audits: Periodically conduct security audits or penetration tests to identify vulnerabilities and address them proactively.

Regular Security Training

Educate your team and users about security best practices, such as recognizing phishing attempts and avoiding clicking on suspicious links or downloading unknown files.

Support Offer By Us

Stay connected with ItsMYCallCenter to receive updates on security advisories, best practices, and any reported vulnerabilities. If you're using our services, we ensure that you receive timely support and updates from them. For further information, contact us today.

FusionPBX Migration

Migrating FusionPBX involves moving your existing FusionPBX installation from one server or environment to another. This could be necessary when you want to upgrade to a newer version of FusionPBX, move to a different hosting provider, or simply consolidate your communication infrastructure. The migration process can vary based on your specific setup, but here is a general outline of the steps involved:

1. Backup Your Existing FusionPBX Installation


2. Set Up the New Environment


3. Install FusionPBX on the New Environment


4. Manage FusionPBX configuration


5. Restore and manage Databaset


6. Update DNS and Switch Over


7. Monitor and help to Troubleshoot