Mr VoIP API Configuration Guide
Get your Free 3CX API
Click on the “Free 3CX API” button.
Fill in the form and click submit.
An OTP will be sent to the email address provided.
Enter the OTP in the registration form and click submit again.
A message prompt will display in the screen, notifying you that your account is being created.
Once the account creation is done it will show the success message.
Check your inbox for your welcome email which contains some simple steps to finalize your configuration.
Configuring Mr. VoIP on your 3CX Server
Open the welcome email and follow the process step by step.
Make sure the below port numbers are allowed in the firewall.
Open putty and login to your 3CX server with root credentials.
Now copy and paste the installation command in the putty and press enter.
Enter the FQDN name which you registered and press enter.
Now copy paste the company name as it was sent in the welcome email and press enter.
Upon successful installation the success message is shown.
Login Omni channel using the credentials in the welcome email.
Copy paste the Login URL in the browser and enter the company name, user name and password to login the Omni channel.
Once logged in click Mr.VoIP API in the left side menu. There you can see the free and paid API list.
In every free API list there will be an icon which will redirect us to a knowledge base which contains the API functionality calling procedures.
In the knowledge base you can find the Request URL, Request Method, Request Parameters and Possible Errors.
In the right side of the knowledge base there will be a Generate API which helps you to generate the API request to your preferred language. For that you need to give the FQDN, action and request parameters and click generate.
After clicking the generate button the API request will be convert to preferred languages. It will also show the sample response how the actual response will be.
Once you buy the paid API it will show the API calling procedure and the expiry date.