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Documentation for Miko PBX


Thank you for choosing Miko PBX!
Miko PBX is currently Stable and Production ready.
It works with almost any phone technology in the world, and you can customize it through an intuitive web interface. Miko PBX is based on Asterisk and has very low hardware requirements.

Miko PBX is based on:

  • Asterisk 13.23.1
  • Linux 4.10.13

More information about Linux packages and their versions can be found here .

Don't know where to start? Follow the instructions that will help you to run Miko PBX as quickly as possible.

Contents of this manual

Chapter 1. Setup

This chapter provides step-by-step instructions for installing Miko PBX on different platforms.


Chapter 2. Introduction to Miko PBX

First steps with Miko PBX. How to find out the IP address of your system? How to enter the web interface and perform basic settings?


Chapter 3. Setting up licensing in Miko PBX

After installing Miko PBX, you need to configure the MIKO SaaS License software, without IT you can not further configure and work with Miko PBX. read more...

Chapter 4. Telephony

You can configure the list of employees, to adjust to every employee his extension, to configure the routing of calls and to perform call history.

Chapter 5. Call Routing

Miko PBX manages phone accounts, service providers. You will learn how to set up accounts in this Chapter.

Chapter 6. Modules

Chapter 7. Maintenance

Chapter 8. Network and Firewall

Chapter 9. Connectivity


The section presents the solution of telephony tasks, which are most often faced by telephone exchange administrators. By clicking on the link you can find practical examples and answers to frequently asked questions about Miko PBX.

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