So I have been looking at the Zulu UC app for android. It is complicated to have an always on vpn with Android and the Freepbx certificate manager let’s encrypt options expect http auth to work. Which means the FreePBX website needs to be accessible from the general web.
So my question… is it now recommended that FreePBX is exposed over the internet?
I am looking at a lot of trouble to get android vpns working for Zulu and there isn’t an easy way to have auto on/off based on the phone having a local wifi connection or not. Letting clients access FreePBX via internet would certainly simplify things. But it’s always been my understanding that the pbx should only offer local access.