CompletePBX 5.1.2 – PBX Software Updates

Nov 21, 2019 | CompletePBX Change Log, VoIP PBX Technical Updates

In this release

  • New API features 
  • Concurrent calls report
  • New VTech phones
  • Additional improvements & bug fixes


When upgrading any CompletePBX system (excluding Spark) from version 5.0.59 or older, follow the following procedure:

1.  run  
yum install xorcom-centos-release
2.  run
yum update

This will ensure the system will be updated from the correct repositories.

PBX Configuration API Improvements

  • IVR
    • It is now possible to create and assign IVR entries via the API.
    • Auto-assign of “Extensions Only” class-of-service when creating an IVR via the API without explicitly setting its class-of-service. This setting makes sure that by default, any dialing from the IVR will be limited to internal dialing only. This applies the same behavior as in the GUI.
  • Recordings (announcements) management via API – it is now possible to upload and manage recordings files, such as the files used in IVR and Queue announcements, etc.

  • CDR – it is now possible to retrieve CDR records via the API

Concurrent Calls Report

This new report allows the PBX admin to check for concurrent calls behavior over time and see the peaks in concurrent calls both system-wide and per trunk.

PBX Concurrent Calls Report

New VTech Phones in PBX IP Phone Provisioning

New VTech hospitality phones were added the to CompletePBX Endpoint Manager:

  • CTM-S2421 
  • CTM-S2312
  • S2100-L
  • S2210-L

VTech CTM-S2421 IP Phone

Additional PBX Improvements

  • Significant reduction in time takes to apply changes due to internal optimizations
  • GUI improvements
  • Complete Concierge hotel PMS interface – improvements in logs. Log messages from all of the Complete Concierge services are consolidated now in the /var/log/cconcierge.log file. It makes the Complete Concierge monitoring easier.
  • Asterisk version updated to v.13.29.1-2

Bug Fixes

  • Fixed Asterisk log rotation issue. Due to a packaging problem, starting from Asterisk 13.28.1-1, the Asterisk logs (/var/log/asterisk/full, etc) are not rotated and can inflate without limit. 

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