Installation Instructions for the Linux ISO Version of 3CX

1 Upload the ISO Image to Vultr, from the URL which is provided by 3CX.

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2 Add the ISO Image into Vultr, by giving it the proper URL provided by 3CX.

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3 Go to Server information, then click on custom ISO , then click on Attach ISO and Reboot.

This will allow the VM to boot from the ISO.

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4 Click on View Console to view the server itself, in order to start the installation of 3CX.

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Then click on “install” to start the installation.

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5 Enter in your root password for the installation of Linux, which is not the same as the admin password in 3CX, This is the Linux Root Password for Console Access.

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6 Choose to use the entire Disk.

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7 Confirm and write changes to Disk.

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8 Once completed, Linux will reboot the VM. At this point you’ll need to go back to the Vultr Web Interface to tell it to not boot anymore from the ISO.

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So, we’ll need to “Remove ISO” by going to Server details, then Custom ISO -> Settings.

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9 When the ISO is removed from the boot process, click to view console again, to and continue the installation.

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10 Choose option 1, for the web browser configuration setup.

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Then Open a new browser window and navigate to your IP Addres:5015 .

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11 At this point, continue with installation, and answer all Questions and enter your License Key. 

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12 At this point you’ll be asked to choose a Username and Password for the Administration of 3CX.

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13 Choose Public Static IP Address.

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14 Choose the port you’d want to use on the Web to access 3CX.

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15 After completing all steps in the installation, you’ll be given all the details necessary in order to login to the main 3CX PBX administration on your server.

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