cvs commit: ports/net/sipxpbx pkg-descr

Martin Wilke miwi at
Thu Feb 1 23:35:40 UTC 2007

miwi        2007-02-01 23:35:40 UTC

  FreeBSD ports repository

  Modified files:
    net/sipxpbx          pkg-descr 
  Correct pkg-descr:
  sipXpbx is a full-featured SIP pbx proxy.  Configuration is done
  via a web interface that also configures User Agents (aka SIP
  We think sipX is the leading open source IP PBX in terms of
  scalability, robustness and ease of use. The sipX IP PBX has been
  successfully deployed in a lot of places. The largest known
  installation serves more than 5,000 users connected to one redundant
  (HA) system. Small installations go all the way down to a few users
  served by very low cost hardware.
  There is a detailed list of features on the sipX Wiki (it is too
  long to re-produce here). Here is why you should consider using
  1) sipXconfigYou need an IP PBX that is robust, stable and easy to use
  2) Need a system that offers plug & play management of all the
     components including phones
  3) It is a mission critical system and therefore you insist in
     high-availability redundat configuration.  A server failure should
     not interrupt calls
  4) Voice quality is important to you and therefore you want a system
     that routes media peer-to-peer and not through the PBX
  5) SIP standards compliance that allows flexible call routing including
     SIP trunking
  6) Need scalability - sipX is known to work for deployments
     in excess of 5,000 users connected to one redundant server
  7) Lots of features - of course, who does not want that
  8) Unlimited number of simultaneous calls, and unlimited number of
     trunks using distributed gateways
  9) Need IT integration with no special needs for specific HW.
  10) Runs on off-the-shelf Intel servers
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