Module of FreePBX (Bulk Phone Restart) :: This module allows users to restart one or multiple phones that support being restarted via a SIP NOTIFY command through Asterisk's sip_notify.conf
Module of FreePBX (Set CallerID) :: Adds the ability to change the CallerID within a call flow.
Module of FreePBX (Voicemail) :: This module allows you to configure Voicemail for a user or extension
This module provides a facility to install bug fixes to the framework code that is not otherwise housed in a module
Module of FreePBX (Wake Up Calls) :: FreePBX module for generating reminder and wakeup calls
Module of FreePBX (Fax Configuration) :: Adds configurations, options and GUI for inbound faxing
Module of FreePBX (xmpp) :: Manage and configure a XMPP Server Prosody and requires the Prosody RPM from FreePBX be installed
This Module manages all FreePBX users. It allows an Administrator to create a User Account that can be used by other applications for login or API purposes. Modules like iSymphony, Rest API and User Control Panel and FreePBX itself use this module to manage their users
Module of FreePBX (Asterisk SIP Settings) :: Use to configure Various Asterisk SIP Settings in the General section of sip.conf. Also includes an auto-configuration tool to determine NAT settings. The module assumes Asterisk version 1.4 or higher. Some settings may not exist in Asterisk 1.2 and will be ignored by Asterisk.
Module of FreePBX (Queues) :: Creates a queue where calls are placed on hold and answered on a first-in, first-out basis. Many options are available, including ring strategy for agents, caller announcements, max wait times, etc.
Module of FreePBX (System Firewall) :: Integrated FreePBX Firewall. Currently works with RHEL 6 and RHEL 7 compatible distributions
Module of FreePBX (Misc Destinations) :: Allows creating destinations that dial any local number (extensions, feature codes, outside phone numbers) that can be used by other modules (eg, IVR, time conditions) as a call destination.
Module of FreePBX (System Dashboard) :: Provides a system information dashboard, showing information about Calls, CPU, Memory, Disks, Network, and processes.