A user-friendly version of Asterisk which incorporates FreePBX.


Trixbox is a telephone system based on Asterisk , it allows an organization to setup and manage a telephone system with traditional telephone networks as well as Internet based telephony or Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP).

  • Trixbox Features
    • Unlimited Extensions
    • Remote Extensions
    • Voicemail
    • Voicemail to Email( Voicemail will be send through email as attachment in mp3 format)
    • IVR (Interactive Voice Response) Menu System
    • Ring Groups
    • Call Queues
    • Conference Rooms

Website: Trixbox

Version: Trixbox CE 2.2

Licence: Trixbox comes in two (2) distribution packages, a community edition (CE) and Pro edition (PRO), both can be downloaded and used for free, however the PRO edition has Service level support from Fonality and has more features.
Trixbox CE can rely on the Open Source community for support. Trixbox CE runs on Centos Linux, Centos is a GNU / GPL (General Public License) Operating System, other components such as Hudlite and web control panel are non opensource and proprietary, thus Trixbox is not fully GPL software service application.

Cost: Trixbox CE is free for download, other third party applications (e.g Fonality and Hudlite) are proprietary and have a cost.

Languages: Multi-language support

System Requirements
Operating systems

  • CentOS Linux Operating System, the Trixbox installer will automatically install the CentOS (Linux) Operating System prior to installing the Trixbox software.

Trixbox CE will run on Intel Celeron or higher processor, the minimum hardware configuration and performance hardware matrix guide is listed below.

  • Minimum Configuration
    • Intel Celeron D 2.4 Ghz CPU
    • 512 MB RAM
    • 80 GB EIDE HD
    • LAN
  • Suggested Configuration
    • Intel Pentium 4 3.0 Ghz CPU, (512KB L2 Cache )
    • 1 GB RAM
    • 2 x 80 GB SATA for s/w based RAID-1
    • Dual LAN

Installation level: Difficult

Usage level: Difficult

Troubleshooting level: Difficult

Downloads and/or Service Links:
Download Page

Installation and Configuration:

Additional Resources: (FAQs, tutorials, documentations, manuals)