The Asterisk Development Team has announced the release of Asterisk 11.20.0.
This release is available for immediate download at http://downloads.asterisk.org/pub/telephony/asterisk
The release of Asterisk 11.20.0 resolves several issues reported by the community and would have not been possible without your participation.
The following are the issues resolved in this release:
- [ASTERISK-25215] – Differences in queue.log between Set QUEUE_MEMBER and using PauseQueueMember
- [ASTERISK-25227] – No audio at in-band announcements in ooh323 channel
- [ASTERISK-25265] – DTLS Failure when calling WebRTC-peer on Firefox 39 – add ECDH support and fallback to prime256v1
- [ASTERISK-25299] – RTP port leaks with incoming OOH323 calls
- [ASTERISK-25312] – res_http_websocket: Terminate connection on fatal cases
- [ASTERISK-25315] – DAHDI channels send shortened duration DTMF tones.
- [ASTERISK-25320] – chan_sip.c: sip_report_security_event searches for wrong or non existent peer on invite
- [ASTERISK-25346] – chan_sip: Overwriting answered elsewhere hangup cause on call pickup
- [ASTERISK-25353] – Transcoding while different in Frame size = Frames lost
- [ASTERISK-25391] – AMI GetConfigJSON returns invalid JSON
- [ASTERISK-25394] – pbx: Incorrect device and presence state when changing hint details
- [ASTERISK-25396] – chan_sip: Extremely long callerid name causes invalid SIP
- [ASTERISK-25407] – Asterisk fails to log to multiple syslog destinations
- [ASTERISK-25410] – app_record: RECORDED_FILE variable not being populated
- [ASTERISK-25427] – Callerid change does not always emit NewCallerid AMI event
- [ASTERISK-25438] – res_rtp_asterisk: ICE role message even when ICE is not enabled
- [ASTERISK-25449] – main/sched: Regression introduced by 5c713fdf18f causes erroneous duplicate RTCP messages; other potential scheduling issues in chan_sip/chan_skinny
- [ASTERISK-25310] – on FreeBSD also pthread_attr_init() defaults to PTHREAD_EXPLICIT_SCHED
For a full list of changes in this release, please see the ChangeLog:
Thank you for your continued support of Asterisk!