netpro78 Posted August 25, 2015 Report Share Posted August 25, 2015 I was active back through the PBXnSIP 3.4 days, and was happy with the product back then, and lost interest when it started getting tailored for Snom only. Now that it is no longer a Snom product, I decided to revisit it to see what has been fixed, what is still an issue, and what is new. I did a fairly basic demo with the free version to evaluate if I should purchase or not. The following are some issues I see with the current product. I know that some are easy fixes, and some are far more complicated. I am hoping that some could be addressed to make it a worth while purchase. In the event that I did purchase and I wanted to migrate from PBXnSIP 3.4 is there still a migration path, since I see some posts saying the older versions have been removed? Issues that still exist from 3.4 -The service is single threaded -BLF's often show a ringing state when a call is answered with a pickup (*87) -No support for BLA, or SCA -Call sequence numbers get out of order when restarting the pbx for maintenance causing BLFs to stop functioning until the phones are rebooted (this is a killer when trying to run the switch for hosting) New issues I ran across during the demo -You can only add one extension at a time, unless you want to jump through the hoops of creating a CSV file -Certain situations can get a call stuck in the system, and clicking the X next to the call will not remove it -If the "Ignore Packets that do not match the Domain" is selected, then the phones can only place calls. When they attempt to receive calls, they continue to ring since the PBX ignores the SIP signaling from the phones saying that the phone is trying to answer the call. -You cannot create trunks in Firefox -No audio when calling from the web interface -Include cell phone for web callback creates a call between the cellphone, and desk phone, not the cell phone, and the called number. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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