Yeastar MyPBX Standard is a hybrid IP PBX implemented in the form of a ready-to-use device.

This PBX has a wide range of possibilities for connecting to telephony operators, as well as to on-premises analog telephones through the use of interchangeable interface modules.

MyPBX Standard: internal organization. The interface modules are visible

This model of the IP PBX Yeastar line can be characterized by performance (up to 25 simultaneous conversations), licensed capacity (up to 100 subscribers), and the number of interface modules that can be installed in it (up to 8 modules of different functionality). These modules allow servicing of E1 streams, they can be used as FXS/FXO , GSM interfaces etc. In addition, the possible number of extensions can be increased by purchasing additional licenses.

MyPBX Standard: The rare panel. All the connections are done through it.

The opportunity to have a detailed look at this IP PBX model is a courtesy of PBX DUBAI company.

Like all other models in the range of Yeastar IP PBX, MyPBX Standard was designed for medium-sized businesses (and is affordable). Just like other similar devices it is based on Asterisk open source software. Below you can see description of the most important features of this PBX.

1.The PBX is managed through Web interface, but it is also possible to connect to it via SSH and make adjustments with the use of Asterisk configuring files.

Picture 1. Login window

2. Connecting to the telephony providers. This PBX can be connected to telephony providers via SIP protocol or (provided you have installed relevant interface modules) via E1 (BRI) or GSM. It is also possible to use analogue lines if you install interface modules which have FXO ports. An example of a connection scheme can be seen in Picture 2. The window for SIP or IAX trunk tuning (for interaction with a telephony provider or another PBX) can be seen