Join Marc Spehalski, our Senior VoIP Engineer, as we unbox the RenegadePBX by VoIP Supply and use it to make two Grandstream phone's ring using Elastix. http://www.voipsupply.com/renegadepbx-1u-appliance-with-elastix-open-source-software
Hi, I’m Marc Spehalski, Senior VoIP Engineer at VoIP Supply and I’m here to unbox our brand new product the RenegadePBX. So lets get to it.
Immediately you can see the USA sticker. This product is proudly made in the USA.
So inside the box we have the PBX itself, and the power cord. With the power cord, there is also an included CAT5 cable, and the rack ears.
On the back of the PBX, you see the power supply, keyboard and mouse, HDMI, VGA, two Ethernet gigabit ports, four USB, soundcard, and two PCI card slots.
The renegadePBX ships with many different options, but they all ship with at least a sixty-one gigabyte, solid-state drive, two gigabytes of DDR3 Ram, and supports up to 75 concurrent calls.
This particular PBX shipped with Elastix, an Asterisk based PBX, but for a complete list of options, please visit VoIP Supply dot com.
Now that we have unboxed the RenegadePBX, lets put it to good use. So, next I’d like to register the Grandstream GXV3275, one of my personal favorites, and the super popular GXP2140.
The first thing we need to do, is plug the PBX into the outlet. Then we can also plug it into the network. I’ll also add the two phones to the network. If you don’t have external power supplies for your phones, make sure you are plugging them into a POE enabled switch.
Now that the RenegadePBX is fully powered on, we are ready to log in to the web interface via the IP address assigned by your DHP server. Our IP address in the lab is going to be ten dot ten dot ten dot fifty-six. Accept the self-sign certificate, and use the standard credentials: Admin, and VoIP Supply!
Now it’s time to create a couple of extensions, and register the two phones. The first step is to click on the PBX tab, then to add an extension, click submit. We’ll call this first extension, 2001. And we’ll just call it, test. We will leave the rest default for now, but we will pay particular attention to the SIP Secret, which we’ll need later.
We’ll scroll down, and click submit. We’ll also apply the config, and create the second extension.
The next step is to log to each phone, and register to the RenegadePBX. On the GXV3275, it’s very easy. On the home screen, it already tells you what the IP address is, so we’ll just enter that into our browser. On the GXP2140, you hit the center button, go to status, and network status. Next we will register the accounts on the phones, to the extensions we built on the PBX. We’ll use the same SIP password that was originally presented to us, on the extension page. Now we have both extensions added.
Now that both extensions are registered, we can place a test call using the extensions we created, 2001 and 2002.
Hello, thank you for calling VoIP Supply.
And it’s really that easy, to create a couple of extensions, and have them work, in only about ten minutes or so.
For any further questions regarding the RenegadePBX or any of your VoIP Supply needs, please visit the brand new VoIP Supply dot com website. In the next video, we are going to be building a SIP trunk so we can make and receive calls from the outside.
Once again, I’m Marc Spehalski, Senior VoIP Engineer at VoIP Supply, and thanks for watching.