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This article will provide you guidance on configuring your VitalPBX.

Please note that this is a basic guide, and only covers how to connect the trunk with our servers, and configuring your outgoing and incoming calls.


Configuring PJSIP using User and Password Authentication

Head into your PBX and create a trunk with the following parameters:


Additional settings to configure:

Configuring PJSIP using IP Authentication

In case you would like to use IP authentication instead of a User and Password, here, we will show you how to do it. Remember, to be able to use IP authentication you will need to create a sub-account. The main account is not capable of handling this type of authentication.

This will be the required configuration:


Additional settings to configure:

Configuring Outbound Routes on VitalPBX

In order to place calls, we will need to create an outbound route pointing to the trunk that we’ve created previously. In this case, we will use the main trunk from

This will be the outbound route configuration to allow national and international phone calls.


You can also configure the pattern “4443” to perform a sound quality test, and the pattern “4747” to perform a DTMF test.

Configuring Inbound Routes on VitalPBX

For receiving calls, the only thing we need to do is to create an Inbound Route with the number we have purchased previously, just as shown in the following screenshot.


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