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Below is an outline of the FreePBX Distro 1.11xx.210.63 Stable Releases based on

FreePBX 2.10
Asterisk 11.x
Centos 6.3

This release has been moved to 3.211.63 track. The final upgrade script will update you to the new track.

  • 1.1100.210.63-1- Initial Public Beta of the Distro for with Asterisk 11 and Centos 6.3
  • 1.1100.210.63-1- Fix bug with crontabs not being installed at install time.
  • 1.1100.211.63-1- Update to Asterisk 11.0.1 to fix a chan_sip reload issue and to FreePBX 2.11 BETA. It is advised everyone upgrade to fix the issue with chan_sip breaking after a reload.
  • 1.1100.211.63-2- Fix issue with imap voicemail not working, install fxload for xorcom astribanks, install packages users have asked for such as tcpdump, man, usbutils and pciutils
  • 1.1100.211.63-3- Install obdc for cel logging support, Fix issue with 64bit wanpipe for sangoma cards, Make sure tftp is set with the correct path to /tftpboot, Add support for oslec into DAHDI RPMs
  • 1.1100.211.63-4- Install mailx and cyrus-sasl-plain for Centos 6.x since they are no longer included in the base install and needed for proper postfix setup. Install Xorcom Hareware Echo Cancellation firmware. Update fail2ban asterisk regex for better Asterisk support that was provided by Xorcom. Add patch to Asterisk to allow hints to subscribe to MWI events. With FreePBX 2.11 you will be able to subscribe a BLF button to monitor any voicemail box and have the button light red when a voicemail is left in that box.
  • 1.1100.211.63-5- Add support for openvox, allo and rhino PSTN cards into DAHDI and DAHDI tools. Update wanpipe for 32bit systems. Update iSymphony to version 2.7.1
  • 3.211.63-1- Final upgrade script to take your system to new version track of 3.211.63-1

Below is a list of upgrade scripts you can download and run to update your existing systems that are based on the 1.11xx.210.62 release track.

All upgrades need to be installed in numeric ascending order.



You can check your current version by going to the sysadmin module or from the Linux CLI do a:

cat /etc/asterisk/freepbxdistro-version


To install an update script via the Linux CLI use the following commands, substituting the proper scripts from above:

chmod +x
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