Brekeke PBX Wiki

  1. Brekeke PBX basic Info
    1. Brekeke PBX Quick start guide
    2. Brekeke PBX Quick start guide (Multi-Tenant)
    3. System requirement
    4. Hardware spec and performance (Brekeke PBX)
    5. How to check your software version
    6. Benefits & Features (Brekeke PBX)
    7. Brekeke PBX bundled SIP server
    8. Terminology
      1. Call
      2. Session
      3. Concurrent calls (Licensing)
    9. Interoperability - E1 Gateway (Brekeke PBX)
  2. Avoid Attacks
  3. Update & Upgrade
    1. Minor version update
    2. Update license
    3. Upgrade evaluation with new Product ID
    4. Upgrade Brekeke PBX v2 to v3
    5. Update Issues from v2.2.7.7 and earlier versions
    6. Update web server
  4. Configuration
    1. Installation
      1. New installation with a commercial license
      2. Install Brekeke PBX on 32 bit or 64 bit OS
      3. Install on Ubuntu
      4. Install Brekeke SIP Server and PBX on separate PCs
      5. Change SIP Server SIP Listening port
      6. Increase File Descriptor Limit on Linux
      7. Increase CentOS 6 Thread/Process Limit
      8. Increase IP_local_port_range TCP port range
      9. Increase Java memory used by Brekeke PBX
      10. Brekeke products with Mesh Network
      11. Reinstall Brekeke PBX in Linux
      12. Set port forwarding (Brekeke PBX)
      13. Update Java used by Brekeke PBX on Windows
      14. Uninstall Brekeke PBX
      15. Preparation before installation on Linux (Important)
      16. Disable SELinux
    2. Brekeke PBX default settings
      1. Max number of registered UAs
      2. Max number of concurrent calls
      3. Maximum voicemail messages
      4. Brekeke PBX Call Log
      5. Brekeke PBX parameters and syntax
      6. Brekeke PBX User Extensions and User Authentication Accounts
      7. Settings Directory List
      8. How Brekeke PBX counts calls?
      9. Ptime handled by Brekeke PBX
      10. RTP relay at Brekeke PBX
    3. Network Configuration
      1. Connecting Gateways with Brekeke PBX
      2. Setting for VPN
      3. Support NAT Traversal
      4. Using Brekeke PBX with a firewall
      5. Bind IP address for RTP relay
    4. Functions Configuration
      1. Performance optimization
      2. ARS
        1. ARS Target field
        2. Calls between two Brekeke PBX
        3. Connect to multiple ITSPs
        4. Decline non-numbered caller ID calls
        5. Default ARS Plug-ins for Notes
        6. Display caller name
        7. Distinguish outbound calls from calls between extensions
        8. Least Cost Routing (LCR) with Brekeke PBX
        9. Redirect call with 3xx response
        10. Setup for Connecting ITSP
        11. Call between two tenants
        12. Set the value of the Alert-Info header by ARS
      3. Auto Attendant
        1. Create Auto Attendant greeting message
        2. DTMF timeout
        3. Speed Dial
      4. BLF, SCA, and Presence
        1. Busy Lamp Field (BLF)
        2. Presence
        3. Shared Call Appearance (SCA)
          1. SCA Settings on the phone side
          2. SCA Settings on Brekeke PBX (3.6 ~)
            1. Old version - SCA Settings on Brekeke PBX (~v3.5)
      5. Codec
        1. Codec conversion & packetization interval
        2. Restrict Codecs used for a call
        3. Restrict outbound call codecs to G729
      6. Voicemail
        1. Are Messages deleted automatically?
        2. Automatically store voicemail to another directory
        3. Delete all voicemail messages at a time
        4. Different types of voicemail greetings
        5. Email notifications
        6. Forward voicemail message
        7. Retrieve voicemail messages
      7. Back up Brekeke PBX
      8. Call Pickup, Call Park
        1. Setting the Line Keys for Call Park
      9. Call Queue
      10. Call Waiting
      11. Confirm Call
      12. Fax Support
      13. Paging
      14. Queue settings at Call Hunting group
      15. Ring Group
      16. SRTP Support
      17. Switching Plan
        1. Switch plan in user extension
        2. Switch plan in schedule extension
        3. Change Switch Plan voice prompt
      18. Three-Way Calls
      19. Tutor Mode
      20. Video calls with Brekeke PBX
      21. Caller ID from analog (PSTN) phones
      22. Change busy forwarding destination according to response
      23. Change Music On Hold
      24. Change recorded audio files destination location
      25. Change RFC2833 Payload
      26. Replace display name
      27. Set RTP packet's TOS value
      28. TCP Support
      29. Microsoft OCS
      30. How to bypass Brekeke PBX
      31. How to create voice files (Fo IVR, Auto Attendant, Guidance) using your phone
      32. WebRTC
        1. Setting up Brekeke PBX to user WebRTC
      33. Web Phone
        1. How to Setup the bundled Web Phone
      34. Text to Speech
        1. Google Cloud Text to Speech
        2. IBM Watson Text to Speech
    5. Brekeke PBX Redundancy
      1. 1. Set up Brekeke PBX Auto Sync
      2. 2. Set up Mirroring at PBX bundled SIP Servers
      3. 3. Set up Heartbeat at Brekeke PBX
      4. 4. Test Brekeke PBX Redundancy
      5. 5. Resume to the State before Failover
    6. Remote Access of Brekeke Heartbeat
  5. Brekeke PAL option
    1. Brekeke PAL Basic Info
      1. What is Brekeke PAL?
      2. System Requirements
      3. Benefis & Features
      4. Price
    2. Configuration
      1. URL of Brekeke PAL Web Service
      2. Setting Up Development Environment
      3. Sample Program
        1. Setting up Sample Program
        2. Modify the Code
      4. Troubleshooting
        1. How to run two simultaneous PAL client programs on the same machine?
        2. Function calls has no response from PAL
        3. Function call produces an "Error: exception occurred..." message
        4. Sample Program is generating a COM ERROR
        5. Sample Program produces an error when creating the form
        6. Run PAL App on Windows 7
      5. Version History
  6. Add-ons
    1. Click-to-Call for Microsoft Outlook
  7. Troubleshooting
    1. Brekeke PBX License and Activation
    2. Starting Up
      1. Brekeke PBX stop running
      2. Cannot start Brekeke PBX, status Inactive
      3. Can't start Brekeke PBX in linux and the "UnsatisfiedLinkError" message is in a log.log
      4. Error - Failed to restart the SIP Server
      5. Error No.-200 in Brekeke PBX Admintool
      6. Got Exceptions when using GCJ
      7. Internet Explorer doesn't show the admin page
      8. Tomcat crashed when using Websocket
      9. Unable to install Brekeke PBX Service
    3. Log in
      1. Brekeke PBX user password
      2. Reset the default password of Brekeke PBX admintool
    4. Registering issue
      1. Registration fails from Brekeke PBX - ARS
        1. Authentication errors
        2. Expired
        3. 403 Forbidden
      2. Brekeke PBX upper registration
      3. Registration issue with UAs
    5. Call Transfer
      1. Transfer calls by Microsoft Windows Messenger
      2. Auto Attendant cannot forward calls
      3. Pressing "#9" does not invoke the Calll Hold state
      4. Call Hold not invoked by buttons
    6. Voicemail
      1. Cannot connect to the voicemail system
      2. Voicemail messages missing
      3. Not receive email notifications
      4. Message -"This message inbox is full", but it is not full.
      5. Change the default voicemail PIN of user extensions
    7. Trouble with Calling
      1. Call is not connected (no ringing tone)
        1. 404-Not Found, 484-Address Incomplete, 603-Decline
        2. 415-Unsupported Media Type, 488-Not Acceptable Here
        3. 482-Loop Detected, 483-Too Many Hops
        4. Other response code
      2. Disconnect suddenly
      3. Codecs and Protocols
      4. No INVITE packet from ITSP after restarting Brekeke PBX
      5. Disconnected when callee answers
      6. Brekeke PBX returns 486 for the inbound calls after updating
      7. Number of concurrent calls can not increse on Linux
      8. One-way call, and no voice at all
      9. Poor sound quality for uploaded sound files
  8. Known Bugs & Version History
    1. Known Bugs
    2. Version History

2. Set up Mirroring at PBX bundled SIP Servers

Using the mirroring function of Brekeke PBX, the register information at the primary server of Brekeke PBX will be mirrored on the secondary server.

 

Note:
  • From version 3.9.1.0 of Brekeke PBX, the mirroring function is enhanced significantly. Now, the basic heartbeat and switching over feature are included in the mirroring function.  With this update, no additional settings at [Heartbeat] page are required when settings explained on this page is applied.
  • To continue using the same interface address after failover occurs, make sure to set the same interface address at the secondary server of Brekeke PBX. The interface address of the primary server can be found at: [Brekeke PBX admintool (primary server)]>[SIP Server]>[Configuration]>[System]>[Network]->[Interface address].
  • Set port forwarding to the SERVICE_IP_ADDRESS at the router which both Brekeke PBX are behind.

 

No mirroring settings are required when shared third party database set at the bundled SIP server (Brekeke PBX bundled SIP server > [Database]) of both primary and secondary servers.

 

Mirroring settings at the bundled SIP server of both primary and secondary server of Brekeke PBX

 

1. Set the following at [SYSTEM]>[Redundancy]>[Mirroring]:

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Mirroring Settings On/Off: on
Role: "primary" or "secondary" according to the machine role
Mirroring Request Pattern: ^REGISTER *1
Service IP Address: SERVICE_IP_ADDRESS
Subnet Mask : set service network's subnet mask
Gateway IP address : set service network's default gateway address *2
Interface Name : select the interface that Service IP address is attached.
Add/Remove when started On/Off: on (If on, Brekeke SIP Server adds/removes the service IP to/from the interface when the BSS starts.)
Add/Remove when failed On/Off: on (If on, Brekeke SIP Server adds/removes the service IP to/from the interface when the BSS is failed.)
Ping before switching the route On/Off: on
Peer IP Address: the other sever IP in the same IP range
on primary server set SECONDARY_ IP_ADDRESS;
on secondary server, set PRIMARY_IP_ADDRESS
Heartbeat On/Off: On
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*1. The setting of [Mirroring Request Pattern] cannot be changed. Only REGISTER SIP requests on the primary server can be mirrored on the bundled SIP server of the secondary server. This will make both primary and secondary server have the same registered clients.

*2. Setting the default gateway with the vale of the [Gateway IP address] field is available when Linux is used as server OS. For details, refer to the “Replace default gateway” section.

 

Example:
PRIMARY_IP_ADDRESS: 192.168.200.10 /255.255.255.0 and 172.16.0.10 / 255.255.0.0
SECONDARY_IP_ADDRESS: 192.168.200.20 / 255.255.255.0
SERVICE_IP_ADDRESS: primary IP, 172.16.0.10 / 255.255.0.0
Gateway IP address: 172.16.0.1/255.255.0.0

 

Set the following at primary server [SYSTEM]>[Redundancy]>[Mirroring]:

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On/Off: on
Role: primary
Mirroring Request Pattern: ^REGISTER
Service IP Address: 172.16.0.10 (SERVICE_IP_ADDRESS)
Subnet Mask : 255.255.0.0
Gateway IP address: 172.16.0.1
Interface Name : eth1 (select the interface that Service IP address is attached.)
Add/Remove when started On/Off: on
Add/Remove when failed On/Off: on
Ping before switching the route On/Off: on
Peer IP Address: 192.168.200.20 (SECONDARY_IP_ADDRESS)
Heartbeat On/Off: On
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Set the following at secondary server [SYSTEM]>[Redundancy]>[Mirroring]:

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On/Off: on
Role: secondary
Mirroring Request Pattern: ^REGISTER
Service IP Address: 172.16.0.10 (SERVICE_IP_ADDRESS)
Subnet Mask : 255.255.0.0
Gateway IP address: 172.16.0.1
Interface Name : eth1 (select the interface that Service IP address will be attached when taking over occurs.)
Add/Remove when started On/Off: on
Add/Remove when failed On/Off: on
Ping before switching the route On/Off: on
Peer IP Address: 192.168.200.10 (PRIMARY_IP_ADDRESS)
Heartbeat On/Off: On
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Press [Save and Update] button

 

2. Add the following dial plan rule on the secondary SIP server, and click [Apply Rules] button.

Rule: reject non-mirroring REGISTER

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[Matching Patterns]
$mirroring = false
$primary = false
$request = ^REGISTER

[Deploy Patterns]
$action = 200
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3. If authentication for REGISTER is used, set the same realm at both bundled SIP servers

[SIP Server]>[Configuration]>[SIP]>[Authentication]>[Realm(ex. domain name)]

4. Restart primary server machine

5. Restart secondary server machine

 

Now, you should be able to confirm:
Primary Brekeke PBX [SYSTEM] > [Redundancy] > [Mirroring] >[Status]

[role]: Primary(1)
[designated]: Primary(1)
[service-address]:172.16.0.10 (assigned)

 

Secondary Brekeke PBX [SYSTEM] > [Redundancy] > [Mirroring] >[Status]

[role]: Secondary(2)
[designated]: Secondary(2)
[service-address]:172.16.0.10 (not assigned)

 


Test mirroring:
  1. Register UAs to service IP address or router’s global IP address, the registration record should appear on both primary and secondary servers.
  2. Delete any registered client record from the primary server, the change also should be updated on the secondary server.
  3. When there is a call, the session should only appear on the primary server. This is because [Mirroring Request Pattern] is only for REGISTER. No session is kept on the secondary server.
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