Downloads

Latest image:

The latest image available for download is based on Raspbian (Debian 8 / Jessie) and includes:

  • Asterisk 13.13.1
  • FreePBX 13.0.190.11
Torrent raspbx-28-01-2017.zip.torrent
HTTP raspbx-28-01-2017.zip
SHA-1 f1721571a0c0dbdec9ec599af2453d719eea52a9

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 (see full list of upgrades):

raspbx-upgrade

Since the image posted on 22/9/2016 these fixes and improvements have been made:

  • Added Star Communication testing trunk
  • All latest FreePBX and Asterisk security fixes included
  • RasPBX Upgrades #1 – #24 included (see list)
  • Including support for Pi 3, Pi 2, B+, B and A models
  • Latest kernel 4.4.38+ and all Raspbian updates

Note: When booting this image on a Pi 1 it usually takes around 5 minutes for Asterisk to start. On the Pi 2 and Pi 3 Asterisk starts after approx. 1 minute.

Configuration details set during install:
Mysql root password: raspberry

SSH login:
user: root
password: raspberry

Default FreePBX login:
user: admin
password: admin

 

Older versions:

This image available for download is based on Raspbian (Debian 8 / Jessie) and includes:

  • Asterisk 13.11.2
  • FreePBX 13.0.188.8
Torrent raspbx-22-09-2016.zip.torrent
HTTP raspbx-22-09-2016.zip
SHA-1 bca50fd1d841b1292ebcaa78a1d996ee70b8ae04

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 image posted on 6/3/2016 these fixes and improvements have been made:

  • Shipping with Asterisk 13 by default
  • All latest FreePBX and Asterisk security fixes included
  • RasPBX Upgrades #1 – #24 included (see list)
  • Including support for Pi 3, Pi 2, B+, B and A models
  • Latest kernel 4.4.13+ and all Raspbian updates

Note: When booting this image on a Pi 1 it usually takes around 5 minutes for Asterisk to start. On the Pi 2 and Pi 3 Asterisk starts after approx. 1 minute.

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 available for download is based on Raspbian (Debian 8 / Jessie) and includes:

  • Asterisk 11.21.0
  • FreePBX 13.0.74
Torrent raspbx-06-03-2016.zip.torrent
HTTP raspbx-06-03-2016.zip
SHA-1 38665490e4ca3771ef39623c72019737d979e988

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 image posted on 25/1/2016 these fixes and improvements have been made:

  • Added support for Pi 3
  • Based on official Raspbian Jessie Lite 2015-11-21 image
  • RasPBX Upgrades #1 – #21 included (see list)
  • Including support for Pi 3, Pi 2, B+, B and A models
  • Latest kernel 4.1.18+ and all Raspbian updates

Note: When booting this image on a Pi 1 it usually takes around 5 minutes for Asterisk to start. On the Pi 2 and Pi 3 Asterisk starts after approx. 1 minute.
Asterisk 13 is available as well. Upgrade with these installation steps.

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-25-01-2016.zip.torrent
SHA-1: f1c24f3f2738e97cab46b716ac32dc0cb4d9e866
Date: January 25th 2016
Contents: Asterisk 11.21.0 and FreePBX 13.0.51
Changes:

  • Upgrade to FreePBX 13 (latest stable release)
  • Based on official Raspbian Jessie Lite 2015-11-21 image
  • RasPBX Upgrades #1 – #21 included (see list)
  • Including support for Pi 2, B+, B and A models
  • Latest kernel 4.1.15+ and all Raspbian updates

raspbx-17-10-2015.zip.torrent
SHA-1: f376767fcc71280ac18b82c42ea5896a09ca22c6
Date: October 10th 2015
Contents: Asterisk 11.20.0 and FreePBX 12.0.76.2
Changes:

  • RasPBX Upgrades #1 – #20 included (see list)
  • Improved SD card I/O performance
  • Including support for Pi 2, B+, B and A models
  • Latest kernel 4.1.10+ and all Raspbian updates
  • Note: SD card corruption can appear on a Pi 2

raspbx-22-02-2015.zip.torrent
SHA-1: 69ece60cd2d46813e69a8abb1a148057fde82a5d
Date: February 22nd 2015
Contents: Asterisk 11.15.0 and FreePBX 12.0.38
Changes:

  • Upgrade to Debian Jessie (supported for 3 years from now on)
  • Upgrade to FreePBX 12 (latest stable release)
  • RasPBX Upgrades #1 – #19 included
  • Including support for Pi 2, B+, B and A models
  • Latest kernel 3.18.6+ and all Raspbian updates
  • Note: SD card corruption can appear on a Pi 2

raspbx-09-02-2015.zip.torrent
SHA-1: 42758916b6816d4ac5743343fd2dec3d5d06b8be
Date: February 9th 2015
Contents: Asterisk 11.15.0 and FreePBX 2.11.0.42
Changes:

  • Including support for Pi 2, B+, B and A models
  • Upgrade to Debian Jessie (supported for 3 years from now on)
  • Upgrades #1 – #19 included
  • Latest kernel 3.18.6+ and all Raspbian updates
  • Note: SD card corruption can appear on a Pi 2

raspbx-31-07-2014.zip.torrent
SHA-1: 69d5c2eeda7b0b845931bb38e2807f2ef757481b
Date: July 31st 2014
Contents: Asterisk 11.11.0 and FreePBX 2.11.0.38
Changes:

  • Upgrades #1 – #18 included
  • Including support for B+ models
  • Latest kernel and all Raspbian updates
  • Last image based on Debian Wheezy

raspbx-14-02-2014.zip.torrent
SHA-1: dc1dc8cf91cfda15456625b730999abe88f8f366
Date: February 14th 2014
Contents: Asterisk 11.6.0 & FreePBX 2.11.0.23
Changes:

  • Upgrades #1 – #17 included
  • Latest FreePBX security fixes included
  • Latest kernel 3.10.29+ and all Raspbian updates

raspbx-12-08-2013.zip.torrent
SHA-1: d451501323a2c169f6c6c00c217be9d8846b361b
Date: August 12th 2013
Contents: Asterisk 11.5.0 & FreePBX 2.11.0.10
Changes:

  • Upgrades #1 – #14 included
  • Latest kernel 3.6.11+ and all Raspbian updates

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
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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.

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  2. 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.

  3. 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.