Security Warnings in FreePBX



  • There's always a warning about changing the extensions configuration.conf.

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    The problem is, I'm handwriting it and editing it, not through FreePBX, because my hands are more comfortable with texting. How am I supposed to authorize the current changes in the configuration, and then do so that the followers are not authorized and made such a barning?

    CentOS 6.5 FreePBX Distr.o - FreePBX 12, Asterisk 11.2



  • freepbx kept Description configuration asterisk-a In the database.

    Web interface freepbx You only change that. Description In the database.

    By myself. asterisk at (re-) configuration Catalogue files /etc/asterisk

    a after application to web interface freepbx Apply configuration changes based on description built configuration asterisk-a - i.e., rewrite (if necessary) files in the catalogue. /etc/asteriska programme asterisk There's a signal to reread the configuration.


    As far as I know, the " rally " process is the vapouring of configuration asterisk-astored in the catalogue /etc/asteriskand changes Descriptionstored in the database freepbxalas, not realized.

    So all your manual changes in configuration asterisk-a They'll be lost in rewriting your amended file, which you're actually alerting the web interface. freepbx


    If it's easier for you to change directly the configuration asterisk-aprobably makes sense to stop using. freepbx - He can't keep up. Description on the basis of your manual changes configuration asterisk-a




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