Using Vultr for FreePBX 13


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    Obviously, you will need to create an account and fund it. I leave that exercise to you.

    Click the big + to create a new server.
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    Choose a location relative to your primary users and your SIP provider.
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    Choose Custom ISO and select the FreePBX ISO you previously uploaded.
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    Select the smallest server size, it is more than enough for hundreds of extensions.
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    Leave the additional features alone and give your server a host name. If you want a space in the server label you have to manually add it. No space in your hostname please.
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    Click deploy and wait for the system to tell you it is ready.
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    Connect to the console, and select the second option Full Install -- No RAID
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    Part of the FreePBX 13 Setup Guide



  • @JaredBusch Is there a reason to choose "No RAID" other than the obvious reason of the face there isn't an RAID present on the Vultr instance?


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    @EddieJennings said in Using Vultr for FreePBX 13:

    @JaredBusch Is there a reason to choose "No RAID" other than the obvious reason of the face there isn't an RAID present on the Vultr instance?

    Basically you always choose it. It's effectively the only option. The ONLY time you'd not choose it is if you were deploying on physical which is a never, ever thing.



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