Learn How To Install FreePBX 15 As A Microsoft Hyper-V Virtual Machine.

FreePBX is a web-based open-source graphical user interface (GUI) that manages Asterisk, a voice over IP and telephony server. FreePBX is an all-in-one IP PBX that is totally free to install and download onto your own hardware and features all the key components you require in order to build a phone system. FreePBX is licensed under the GNU General Public License version 3. FreePBX is maintained by Sangoma’s Quality Assurance and development infrastructure, which means it goes through in-house testing prior to getting released to the general public. Integrated security update notifications help you stay protected against new threats. The fastest way to get a PBX up an running is to set it up as a VM. Learn how to install FREEPBX version 15 as a virtual machine on the Microsoft Hyper-V platform. Click on the button below to watch the video tutorial.


In order to complete this tutorial, the following is a list of items that are needed. Please ensure to have these items available before taking implementation action in this tutorial to ensure success:
1) A desktop or laptop with 4GB of RAM, a dual core processor and 50 GB of free disk space
2) Windows 11, Windows 10, Windows 8 or Windows 7
3) Microsoft Hyper V
4) Microsoft Hyper V Management console
4) The FREEPBX 15 disk image file (ISO FILE)
5) A web browser to access the FREEPBX web based dashboard


1) FREEPBX 15 system requirements
2) Log onto your Windows computer and enable the HYPER-V feature
3) Download the FREEPBX 15 disk image file from the FREEPBX downloads page
4) Open MICROSOFT HYPER-V, create a new DEBIAN virtual machine and install FREEPBX
5) Open your web browser, log into the FREEPBX dashboard and complete the POST installation setup wizard.