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How to create a SIP account in the following PBX systems

Using VoIP technology is less expensive than traditional phone services. On this site you can learn how to create SIP accounts on various PBX systems. You can connect these SIP accounts to . To help you get started we have put together some configuration examples for the most popular VoIP PBX systems. This is a mandatory step if you wish to build voice applications.

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  1. OZEKI Phone System XE (Windows)
    This guide shows you how to create an extension on OZEKI Phone System XE. The extension can be used with . Before you start to configure this solution it is assumed that you have already installed your Phone System XE.

  2. Asterisk (free PBX, Linux)
    This guide shows you how to register 2 users on the Asterisk PBX and add 1-1 extension to each user. One of the extension can be used with . Before you start to configure this solution it is assumed that you have already installed your Asterisk PBX on a Linux distribution.

  3. AsteriskNow (free PBX, Linux)
    We will show you how to login to AsteriskNow and create a dialplan. This guide shows you how to create 1 dial plan and 1 user with an extension on the AsteriskNow PBX. The extension can be used with . It is assumed that you have already installed AsteriskNow onto your Linux server.

  4. Elastix (free PBX, Linux)
    This guide shows you how to create 2 extension. One of the extension can be used with . Before you begin the configuration of Elastix, it is assumed that you have already installed Elastix PBX on your Linux server.

  5. FreePBX (free PBX, Linux)
    This guide shows you how to create an extension. The extension can be used with . Before you start to configure this solution it is assumed that you have already installed your FreePBX on a Linux distribution.

  6. Kamailio (free PBX, Linux)
    This guide shows you how to install Kamailio on a Linux distribution. By default, you don't need to define any extension in Kamailio, and you can register to it with any username or password. You need to install Kamailio PBX on your Linux server. You can use the default configuration of Kamailio PBX.

  7. OpenSER
    Please note that OpenSER no longer exists. It was divided into two projects, Kamailio and OpenSIPS. The two projects are currently very similar, since they are built on the same code base.

  8. OpenSIPS (free PBX, Linux)
    This guide shows you how to create 2 users with 1-1 extension each on OpenSIPS PBX. One of the extension can be used with . Before you start to configure this solution, it is assumed that you have already installed your OpenSIPS PBX on your Linux server.

  9. PBXnSIP (Windows, Linux)
    This guide shows you how to register 2 users on PBXnSIP and add 1-1 extension to each user. One of the extensions can be connected to . Before you start to configure this solution it is assumed that you have already installed PBXnSIP on your server.

  10. PBXpress (Linux)
    This guide shows you how to create an extension on PBXpress. The extension can be used with . Before you start to configure this solution, it is assumed that you have already installed your PBXpress on your server.

  11. SipX ECS (free PBX, Linux)
    This guide shows you how to create a user with an extension on SipX ECS. The extension can be used with . Before you start to configure this solution it is assumed that you have already installed your SipX ECS.

  12. 3CX (Windows)
    This guide shows you how to create an extension on 3CX. The extension can be used with . Before you start to configure this solution it is assumed that you have already installed your 3CX Phone System.

The term, Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP), refers to a collection of transmission technologies, which make voice communications possible over the Internet. It is also known as Internet telephony and helps in the conversion of voice into a digital signal, that can be sent over the Internet. These signals are then compressed and translated to IP (Internet Protocol) packets for transmission.


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