Since version 2.28 there is a configuration manager included, you can access it directly by pointing your browser to http://your.server/fop2/admin
Centos - i386
Centos 5 - 64bits
Debian - 32bits
Debian - 64bits
Raspberry PI - ARM
FOP2 Manager 1.0.1
It 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.
Here is a set of old versions links for your convenience:
|FOP 2.20 for Centos 32 bits|
|FOP 2.20 for Centos 64 bits|
|FOP 2.20 for Debian/Ubuntu 32 bits|
|FOP 2.20 for Debian/Ubuntu 64 bits|
|FOP 2.26 for Centos 32 bits|
|FOP 2.26 for Centos 64 bits|
|FOP 2.26 for Debian/Ubuntu 32 bits|
|FOP 2.26 for Debian/Ubuntu 64 bits|
I must just say, I’m loving FOP2. It simple and works well.
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We have been working with FOP2, Queue Stats and Call Stats for a number of years. Not only are these products amazing, the backup service Nick offers is second to None. FOP2 is the best operator console you will find for Asterisk!
Logical Solutions NZ
FOP2 is the easiest operator panel for our receptionist and the people who fill in for her. While other products may have more bells and whistles, FOP2 is more practical in a busy environment. When I had a suggestion for a feature that was useful in a competive product, my new feature appeared in a working beta within days!
Man this is great! I love it!! Now I'm working on the recording thing. What a great tool.
Thank you for writing such a marvelous and helpful tool. FOP has spread throughout our sales and service organization like wild fire. Our managers absolutely love FOP and can't live without it. FOP has increased productivity and has helped us better train our employees. Your product rocks!
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.