Downloads

Online upgrades:

With RasPBX-12-09-2012 and later versions systems can be kept up to date with online upgrades. Install upgrades at any time by running on the console:

raspbx-upgrade

Please also read this important note on upgrades.

Upgrades history:

# Date Description
19 Sep 11, 2014 1. Modifying Asterisk manager to listen on localhost only
2. Improving raspbx-upgrade to include Asterisk version updates more frequently on raspbx-upgrade runs
18 Mar 9, 2014 1. Asterisk update to 11.8.0
2. Incuding SILK codec support
3. Fixing sound device permissions
17 Feb 7, 2014 Forcing upgrade of FreePBX Core and Framework modules to cover important security fixes.
16 Dec 13, 2013 1. Adding root partition size autodetect to raspbx-backup
2. Fixing some issues with chan_alsa: Loading snd-bcm2835 on RPi, adding user asterisk to the audio group
15 Sep 2, 2013 1. Updating Asterisk to 11.5.1 (security fixes)
2. Updating chan_dongle to 1.1 revision 34
3. Adding capability to send voicemail attachments in mp3 format
14 Jul 27, 2013 1. Introducing new backup tool: “raspbx-backup” (read more here)
2. Adding noatime mount option to /etc/fstab, improves SD card lifetime
3. Installing Flite for text to speech
13 Jun 23, 2013 Further improvements to install-dongle
Added webpage for sending SMS (http://raspbx/sms), possibility to forward incoming SMS to another mobile through dongle0.
12 May 3, 2013 Improvements to install-dongle script
Added SMS reception, SMS to email forwarding, caller’s name is set to caller’s number, script installs usb_modeswitch to improve support for some older Huawei modems.
11 Mar 26, 2013 GSM VoIP gateway with chan_dongle
This optional feature provides GSM to VoIP / VoIP to GSM calling capability using Huawei E1550 or compatible USB modems. To install it call: “install-dongle” (read more here)
10 Mar 19, 2013 Dnsmasq
Installing Dnsmasq as TFTP server for OSS PBX End Point Manager as well as for local DNS caching
9 Feb 26, 2013 Fixing email and logfile rotation issues.
1. Email for the local user root was sent off-site to the non-existent address root@noreply.raspbx.org and bouncing there. This fix keeps mail for local users in /var/mail (unless a forward has been set).
2. Logfiles in /var/log/asterisk/ are now rotated properly.
8 Feb 18, 2013 Fail2Ban
Improved security with Fail2Ban. This feature is optional and can be installed by calling: “install-fail2ban” (read more here)
This upgrade also adds the command “configure-timezone”: configures both system and PHP timezones.
7 Jan 22, 2013 Bugfix
This upgrade fixes incorrect configuration files that have been shipped with the latest image.
6 Jan 20, 2013 Upgrade of Asterisk 1.8 to version 1.8.20.0, fixes DoS vulnerability issues. This upgrade is only for users of Asterisk 1.8.
5 Jan 6, 2013 HylaFAX
Adding fax gateway support with HylaFAX. This feature is optional and can be installed by calling:
install-fax
4 Oct 28, 2012 Reserve more memory for kernel, improves network stability.
DHCP client id set to MAC address, fixes static address assignment problems with some routers.
3 Oct 25, 2012 Running rpi-update to install the latest kernel and firmware. Both 256MB as well as 512MB RPi versions are supported by this firmware.
2 Oct 22, 2012 raspi-config
Run “raspi-config” on the console to configure overclocking,
expand your root filesystem and more.
1 Oct 22, 2012 avahi-daemon, nmbd
Easier access to the RPi by name. On Macintosh computers, access your RPi with: http://raspbx.local, on Windows machines just use: http://raspbx

Latest image:

The latest image available for download is based on Raspbian (Debian7 / Wheezy) and includes:

  • Asterisk 11.11.0
  • FreePBX 2.11.0.38
Torrent raspbx-31-07-2014.zip.torrent
HTTP raspbx-31-07-2014.zip
SHA-1 69d5c2eeda7b0b845931bb38e2807f2ef757481b

A 4GB card is required.

Upgrades:
Once your RasPBX has successfully booted, run this command on the console to install the latest additions and improvements:

raspbx-upgrade

Since the last image posted on 14/02/2014 these fixes and improvements have been made:

  • Upgrades #1 – #18 included (see list above)
  • Including support for B+ models
  • Latest kernel and all Raspbian updates

Configuration details set during install:
Mysql root password: raspberry

SSH login:
user: root
password: raspberry

Default FreePBX login:
user: admin
password: admin

 

Older versions:

The latest image available for download is based on Raspbian (Debian7 / Wheezy) and includes:

  • Asterisk 11.6.0
  • FreePBX 2.11.0.23
Torrent raspbx-14-02-2014.zip.torrent
HTTP raspbx-14-02-2014.zip
SHA-1 dc1dc8cf91cfda15456625b730999abe88f8f366

A 4GB card is required.

Upgrades:
Once your RasPBX has successfully booted, run this command on the console to install the latest additions and improvements:

raspbx-upgrade

Since the last image posted on 12/08/2013 these fixes and improvements have been made:

  • Upgrades #1 – #17 included (see list above)
  • Latest FreePBX security fixes included
  • Latest kernel 3.10.29+ and all Raspbian updates

Configuration details set during install:
Mysql root password: raspberry

SSH login:
user: root
password: raspberry

Default FreePBX login:
user: admin
password: admin

 

Even older versions:

This image is based on Raspbian (Debian7 / Wheezy) and includes:

  • Asterisk 11.5.0
  • FreePBX 2.11.0.10
Torrent raspbx-12-08-2013.zip.torrent
HTTP raspbx-12-08-2013.zip
SHA-1 d451501323a2c169f6c6c00c217be9d8846b361b

A 4GB card is required.

Upgrades:
Once your RasPBX has successfully booted, run this command on the console to install the latest additions and improvements:

raspbx-upgrade

Since the last image posted on 27/04/2013 these fixes and improvements have been made:

  • Upgrades #1 – #14 included (see list above)
  • Latest kernel 3.6.11+ and all Raspbian updates

Configuration details set during install:
Mysql root password: raspberry

SSH login:
user: root
password: raspberry

Default FreePBX login:
user: admin
password: admin

 

Release history

raspbx-27-04-2013.zip.torrent
SHA-1: 97afba03ad80c2b89dee7d427424ce355e64643c
Date: April 27th 2013
Contents: Asterisk 11.3.0 & FreePBX 2.11.0.0rc1.2
Changes:

  • Upgrades #1 – #11 included (see list above)
  • Latest kernel 3.6.11+ and all Raspbian updates
  • Installed additional FreePBX modules: Asterisk Logfiles, Announcements, Conferences, IVR, Queues, Ring Groups, Motif (Google Voice)
  • Fixed issues with symlinked config files due to recent changes in FreePBX
  • Installed sox and mpg123 for MOH conversion
  • Increased PHP upload max filesize and max post size to 20MB

raspbx-19-01-2013.zip.torrent
SHA-1: 14a76ae4c3eac0a46e8caf77cc6dad68c75b1a9c
Date: January 19th 2013
Contents: Asterisk 11.1.2 & FreePBX 2.11.0.0beta2.2
Changes:

  • Upgrades #1 – #5 included (see list above)
  • Latest kernel 3.6.11+ and all Raspbian updates (improved speed!)
  • Upgraded to Asterisk 11 / FreePBX 2.11
  • Deleted some obsolete files –> smaller image zip file

raspbx-04-11-2012.zip.torrent
SHA-1: 6517759a7b4c899d25b3ab3d1d1e1b44379afbda
Date: November 4th 2012
Contents: Asterisk 1.8.15.1 & FreePBX 2.10.1.2
Changes:

  • Upgrades #1 – #4 included (see list above)
  • Moved swap partition to swap file
  • Upgraded backup & restore module

raspbx-12-09-2012.zip.torrent
SHA-1: 303d178a84d28c8437ae8282f2dc59fbd910a91c
Date: September 12th 2012
Contents: Asterisk 1.8.15.1 & FreePBX 2.10.0
Changes:

  • Raspbian (Debian Wheezy) based
  • Latest kernel 3.2.27+ included
  • Additional kernel modules (iptables, ppp_mppe and others) included
  • Email delivery with Exim4
  • Watchdog enabled: automatic reboot after serious crash
  • Automatic update of ssh host keys on first boot
  • Startup script bugfix: console appears also without ntp

debian6-asterisk-14-07-2012.zip.torrent
SHA-1: 931407a3eac4360f2cff074a86124d68c74b2441
Date: July 14th 2012
Contents: Asterisk 1.8.14.0 & FreePBX 2.10.0
Changes:

  • fixed CDR reports
  • added additional sounds from core sounds, music on hold and extra sounds
  • removed unused packages (xserver, etc.)
  • improved startup script: Asterisk only starts after correct system time has been obtained through ntp
  • added log file rotation for Asterisk and FreePBX logs

The first image published on June 2nd 2012 is no longer available for download.

13 thoughts on “Downloads

  1. 1. thanks.
    2. why don’t you upgrade to the Asterisk 10.6 ?
    3. what is the best way to transfer the settings from the other image?

    • 1. You’re welcome!
      2. I plan to put my own RPI into real production soon, there I need to be sure it really works. The latest bleeding edge features are not so important. I will probably move to Asterisk 10 myself later, after enough testing has been done
      3. I have’nt tried this, but probably Backup and Restore is what you need.

    • Asterisk 10 is a dead end product. No support after the end of the year, and Google Voice no longer is supported by Digium (or works).

      • Thanks for this hint. How about Google Voice in Asterisk 11? I plan to move to Asterisk 11 LTS once it is released.

  2. Thanks for posting the image. I just received my Raspberry Pi and looking forward to running Asterisk on it. I’ve been in tech for 30 years and I can’t believe what is in front of me. 15 years ago, as a department head, I signed off on a $200K project to upgrade a PBX system with a voicemail system that can email you the sound file and provide web access to your VM messages. Now, I am about to deploy a full PBX system for $50. Maybe a $75 if I buy a case for my Raspberry Pi.

  3. I have been using asterisk for a while along with recently getting a raspberry pi. I would love to use this on my POTS home phone. Do you happen to know of any suitable USB device that would work with the pi to allow me to connect up my home line?

    • I have not used something like this before. I suggest to just get an ATA (Analogue Telephone Adapter) for converting from SIP to analogue, there are many around. I am mostly using AVM Fritzbox.

  4. I’ve been trying to compile dahdi but sources needed: “You do not appear to have the sources for the 3.1.9+ kernel installed”. How did you manage to compile dahdi?

    My plan is to use a Huawei modem to make an receive voice calls with chan-sebi but I need to compile from asterisk-es-rsp (1.4.24) and I’m not able to compile dahdi.

    Thanks!

  5. Hello,

    Great work!!

    For me the only thing missing is kernel module for mppe. This way raspberry can be also a VPN server and then I can logon from my AndroidPhone and make calls through my ATA and my voip provider (Setting up an ssh tunnel is not the answer for me since I have to consider RTP streams also). VPN server would also give me greate flexibility. (My 1st raspberry has already become my 24/7 home server for everything)

  6. Hi,
    I’m quite new to FreePBX… Using unsecured voip in public places is a huge security risk. Does anyone know a simple way to configure TLS and SRTP in this distro? Will Pi have enough processing power to cope with TLS ads SRTP?

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