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Asterisk 21 Module Removal

Asterisk 21 is scheduled to become the next major release.  As part of that process there are a number of modules being removed, see: wiki.asterisk.org. …

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Asterisk 21 Module Removal – chan_sip

chan_sip will no longer be included with Asterisk as of the release of version 21. Deprecated in version 17, chan_sip has been scheduled for removal for …

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Python3 is here

The switch to Python3 for the Asterisk tesuite has been released!  Previous blog posts have gone over some of the internal changes that have been …

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Asterisk 16Asterisk 18

TEL URI Support for PJSIP

Overview Everyone knows that PJSIP is the channel driver of choice for Asterisk nowadays. It’s a powerful driver, but that doesn’t mean there isn’t more …

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The Asterisk Team Is Hiring!

The Asterisk team at Sangoma is expanding and currently has two job openings posted. Let’s talk about each! Asterisk Developer The Asterisk developer position is …

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Asterisk 20News

Asterisk 20.0.0 Now Available!

Good news all! Asterisk 20.0.0 is now available at https://downloads.asterisk.org/pub/telephony/asterisk/! Before upgrading remember to read the UPGRADE.txt document to see if there’s anything you need …

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Asterisk 16Asterisk 18

491 Request Pending

If you have ever tried to use direct media with Asterisk, you my have received this message before.  It can happen when the User Agent …

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Asterisk 20Project

AstriCon 2023 Call For Speakers

If you haven’t noticed the AstriCon 2023 call for speakers is open! It will be a physical conference held February 14th to 17th next year …

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Asterisk 20News

Asterisk 20.0.0-rc1 Released!

Greetings Everyone! The time is upon us for the first release candidate of Asterisk 20[1], the next long term supported release! The first step in …

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Asterisk 16Asterisk 18

Asterisk 16 And 19 Going Security Fix Only Soon

This is just a friendly reminder that Asterisk 16 and 19 will be going security fix only in a few months. When this occurs Asterisk …

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ArchitectureBuild

Old Asterisk Meets New Linux

A trend I’ve seen lately is individuals installing newer Linux distributions but using older versions of Asterisk. I thought I would do a quick blog …

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ProjectProject General

AstriDevCon 2022 Registration Now Open!

I don’t know how time has flown by so fast, but AstriDevCon is right around the corner! If you’re a developer of Asterisk, be it …

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Asterisk 16Asterisk 18

PJSIP 2.12 Now In Asterisk

Recently I spent some time updating Asterisk to the latest versions of the third party libraries we bundle. This includes jansson as well as PJSIP, …

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Asterisk 21 Module Removal

Asterisk 21 is scheduled to become the next major release.  As part of that process there are a number of modules being removed, see: wiki.asterisk.org.

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Python3 is here

The switch to Python3 for the Asterisk tesuite has been released!  Previous blog posts have gone over some of the internal changes that have been

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TEL URI Support for PJSIP

Overview Everyone knows that PJSIP is the channel driver of choice for Asterisk nowadays. It’s a powerful driver, but that doesn’t mean there isn’t more

Read More

The Asterisk Team Is Hiring!

The Asterisk team at Sangoma is expanding and currently has two job openings posted. Let’s talk about each! Asterisk Developer The Asterisk developer position is

Read More

Asterisk 20.0.0 Now Available!

Good news all! Asterisk 20.0.0 is now available at https://downloads.asterisk.org/pub/telephony/asterisk/! Before upgrading remember to read the UPGRADE.txt document to see if there’s anything you need

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491 Request Pending

If you have ever tried to use direct media with Asterisk, you my have received this message before.  It can happen when the User Agent

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Asterisk 20.0.0-rc1 Released!

Greetings Everyone! The time is upon us for the first release candidate of Asterisk 20[1], the next long term supported release! The first step in

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