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There are several packages available for download as tarball files. Please be sure to download the correct package for your Linux version.


FOP Version 2.31.18

Release Date: April 23, 2018

Changelog


Thu Feb 08 15:18:10 2018 -0300
Escape curly braces in regexps to please future perl versions

Tue Feb 06 16:28:02 2018 -0300
Update config on reload plugin from stock fop2 manager

Tue Feb 06 16:24:51 2018 -0300
Call initial queue status from config on reload plugin after an asterisk reload to refresh queue members if queues.conf was modified

Tue Feb 06 16:05:51 2018 -0300
Add support for Zycoo AMI connection string

Thu Jan 18 15:21:21 2018 -0300
Hold report plugin version 1.0.1 with Asterisk 13 compatibility

Thu Jan 18 12:47:42 2018 -0300
Asume admin level for Issabel if FOP2 is not installed as an addon


Since version 2.28 there is a configuration manager (FOP2 Manager) bundeld with the package. You can access it directly by pointing your browser to http://your.server/fop2/admin . On a new installed system, you must log into the manager before loading the main FOP2 panel to create the user & buttons configuration.

centos

Centos - i386

DownloadFOP 2.31 for Centos or other Redhat Based Distributions, including Trixbox, Elastix, PiaF, AsteriskNow, etc.

Centos - 64bits

DownloadFOP 2.31 for Centos or other Redhat Based Distributions, including Trixbox, Elastix, PiaF, AsteriskNow, etc.


debian

Debian - 32bits

DownloadFOP 2.31 for Debian / Ubuntu Based Distributions, 32 bits.

Debian - 64bits

DownloadFOP 2.31 for Debian / Ubuntu Based Distributions, 64 bits.


raspberry pi

Raspberry PI - ARM

DownloadFOP 2.31 for Raspberry PI/Debian


FOP Version 2.30.00

Release Date: August 3, 2015

This version has significant improvements on the client side, with a layout that can be arranged at will via drag&drop and some cool new plugins. As the changes are significant and might have bugs, this release is launched as beta first. Internet Explorer 8 support was dropped with this release. There will be periodical updates for this beta, so check the release date here to see the last time it was updated.

DownloadFOP 2.30 32 bits for Centos or other Redhat Based Distributions, including Trixbox, Elastix, PiaF, AsteriskNow, etc.

DownloadFOP 2.30 64 bits for Centos or other Redhat Based Distributions, including Trixbox, Elastix, PiaF, AsteriskNow, etc.

DownloadFOP 2.30 32 bits for Debian / Ubuntu Based Distributions.

DownloadFOP 2.30 64 bits for Debian / Ubuntu Based Distributions.


FOP2 Manager

fop2manager logo

FOP2 Manager 1.1.9

DownloadIt works along with FOP version 2.24 or higher and lets you manage users, groups, permissions and more from a comfortable web GUI. This manager is already included in FOP 2.28, it is here for convenience for users of previous FOP2 versions. If you use Elastix and have FOP 2.25 installed, *do not* attempt to install the FOP2 Manager. Elastix© 2.x already includes management functions on its package so this tool is not needed.


Archives

Here is a set of old versions links for your convenience:


What people say

Nicolás, muchas gracias por tu ayuda. La verdad que el producto fop2 es fantástico.
Pablo Pissinis
I want to compliment you on your excellent documentation for the install guide. It even let a novice like me complete the download and install.
William J. Gillis, III
I must just say, I’m loving FOP2. It simple and works well.
Rudi Haarhoff
Dude, This thing rocks! Awesome job.
Scott Hall
www.clearlinkit.com
It is without doubt an order of magnitude better than FOP 1, true it cost $40 bucks but it is the best $40 I spent all day.
dicko
Wow, this is the best support experience I have ever had.
Ken Leland
We provide hosted PBX service based on the Asterisk PBX. We have looked at several queue management systems over the last few weeks and elected to give FOP2 a second look. We purchased beta 2.2 on Saturday, deployed with a few minor tweaks on Sunday and were impressing customers on Monday. We tested on IE, Firefox, Safari and Mango using WinXP, Vista, Win7 and Snow Leopard on a 200 extension installation with around 50 queues. The results were consistently flawless.
Dennis Smith
www.vylmedia.com