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Installing the System


  • Memory: 2 GiB of memory is a tight minimum
  • Storage: 2.5 GiB of storage is a very tight minimum, 8 GiB is comfortable


To install the Unified Communication use case in an all-in-one setup, do the following steps:

  1. Install a Debian 10 Buster system with a default locale with an UTF-8 charset.
  2. Run the following commands as root on the Debian system to provision sudo, git and Ansible:
# apt-get install -yq sudo git ansible
  1. Extract the Wazo Platform installer
# git clone
# cd wazo-ansible
# ansible-galaxy install -r requirements-postgresql.yml
  1. Edit the Ansible inventory in inventories/uc-engine to add your preferences and passwords. The various variables that can be customized are described at

By default, Wazo Platform will install the development version. To install the latest stable version, activate the following settings in your inventory:

wazo_distribution = pelican-buster
wazo_distribution_upgrade = pelican-buster

If you want to install the web user interface, activate the following in your inventory:


To create the root account at installation time and be able to use the web user interface and REST APIs, you need to add the following variables:

engine_api_configure_wizard = true
engine_api_root_password = ****
  1. Launch the installation by running the following command:
# ansible-playbook -i inventories/uc-engine uc-engine.yml

Use the REST API

You may now use the REST API from outside your system (here

  1. Get an authentication token for 1 hour:

Using the api_client_name and api_client_password you defined in your inventory, you can execute from the Debian system:

$ wazo-auth-cli token create --auth-user <api_client_name> --auth-password <api_client_password>

Or with curl from anywhere:

$ curl -k -X POST -u <api_client_name>:<api_client_password> -H 'Content-Type: application/json' -d '{"expiration": 3600}'
  1. Use any REST API you want, for example, to list the telephony users configured on the system:

Note: You should replace the following values:

  • my-token with the authentication token
$ curl -k -X GET -H 'X-Auth-Token: <my-token>' -H 'Content-Type: application/json' -d '{"firstname": "user1"}'

Note: the token that you have now only has permissions for configuration REST API (wazo-confd).

Optional post-install steps

You may now follow the optional post-install steps.