A SIP-based IP-PBX system that allows its users to automatically invite attendees for a conference and is suitable for call centers, enterprises, and service providers
The bigger an organization gets, the harder it is to manage it properly. Even basic tasks such as communication and cooperation are thwarted when a certain size is reached.
One method of ensuring departments never lose touch with each other is through internal telephone networks.
The software component in such a setup can be provided through various programs, including Brekeke PBX.
The application is an SIP-based IP PBX server that allows phone network administrators to thoroughly manage the internal communications of any corporation.
It is also a suitable tool for conferences or call centers and can also cater to SIP phone needs, VoIP SIP gateways, ITSPs, and Radius servers.
Once installed, the program can be accessed with any browser and the default credential required to access the control panel is ‘sa’, for both username and password.
The utility supports Automatic Route Selection (ARS), complete with customizable route selection and DTMF generation.
Another notable feature is the support for call forwarding, holding, hunting, and logging; users can also import custom audio files for ‘busy’ or ‘on hold’ messages.
The application is also compatible with voicemail, as well as Direct Inward Dialing (DID) and two-way Intercom.
One-way Unicast or Multicast paging is supported and near and far end NAT Traversal operations are also possible. The built-in data logger is very thorough and this makes it especially useful during maintenance.
The PBX system is compatible with call scheduling and queuing and phone network administrators can silently monitor any connections.
Since the program is highly technical in nature, a detailed online wiki provides a wealth of data on most functions and a few case studies are great methods of comparing similar deployments.
Limitations in the unregistered version
- 60-day trial period
- Cannot restore
- Codec G.729 option is unavailable
- Redundancy option is disabled