ICTBroadcast Installation Instructions
Before proceeding with ICTBroadcast installation please make sure that you meet the following minimum requirements.
- Dedicated server
- Good internet connection
- Call Termination service
Following are minimum hardware specification for the dedicated server
- Processor Core2Due 3.0 GHz or higher
- RAM 4 GB or higher
- Hard Disk 200 GB or higher
A fresh installation of CentOS 7.x (x.64) on a dedicated server without any additional software or control panel installed.
Step 1: Prepare a system for installation
Please start your server and open / connect with Linux shell or terminal, then login as root or equivalent user having sudo privileges. Then issue following commands
Update your installation
Install required software repositories
yum install epel-release yum install https://service.ictinnovations.com/repo/7/ict-release-7-4.el7.centos.noarch.rpm
Step 2: Install ICTBroadcast
Now you can install ICTBroadcast, the following command will install all other required dependencies automatically
yum install ictbroadcast
After installation is complete, open your browser and point it to your server
IP address /
Hostname followed by
install.php. For example
Fill the form, choose admin password and note them for future use and then click on submit.
It will setup ICTBroadcast on new server and it may take several minutes so be patient. when done you can proceed with product registration.
Step 3: Registration
After database setup browser will be redirected to the registration screen, or you may access the registration page from My Account -> Update License menu. here you have to enter license information. But before you proceed you may need to get a new license key from our service portal. To get the key you have to follow given instructions:
Finally, login to the service portal. and then click Services -> My Services and then click on details in front of the corresponding service/product. here you can find your license key.
If you need instruction CentOs setup then please check How to prepare a CentOs 7 server for ICTBroadcast