You can call up the network setup utility at any time later and add a static IP, configure the hostname, or add DNS entries by using the command: After the server comes back up from the reboot you will see the login prompt.

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Click on PBX End Point Manager and choose “Download and Install” then click on process.

Apply the configuration changes and reload Asterisk.

To do this click on the Administrators link in the Setup menu.

You will see a small list in the top left, one button says Add User and the other says admin.

You will now see a list of packages, some of them will be marked with an available update, and some will be marked as not installed. Confirm the installation, click return when the orange box pops up, then click the orange Apply Configuration Changes button at the top. First you will press the Upgrade Now button on the page to update the database.

The only package we are concerned with at the moment is the 2.8 Upgrade Tool. Another orange box will pop up, click Continue with reload. Then you will go back over to the module admin page, click on check for updates online, and ONLY UPDATE the Free PBX Framework module.In the module admin click on check for updates online then select the following 2 modules and set them to “Download and Install”: Free PBX ARI Framework Free PBX FOP Framework After they are installed apply the configuration changes and reload Asterisk. First you will press the Upgrade Now button on the page to update the database.Then in module admin click check for updates online again, select the 2.9 Upgrade Tool and choose “Download and Install”, then click on process to install it. Then you will go back over to the module admin page, click on check for updates online, and ONLY UPDATE the Free PBX Framework module.Click on admin then change the password in the password box and hit Submit Changes.Notice the orange button that now appears on top of the page. There are a few steps to this and they must be performed in the correct order.You need to click that every time you make a configuration change so that the change can be committed to the system, and Asterisk can be reloaded so the changes can take effect. If you are doing this installation in a Virtual Machine I highly suggest you make a snapshot now that you can revert back to if something goes wrong.