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Asterisk 19Releases

Asterisk 19.0.0-rc1 Released!

Greetings Everyone! It seems like it was just a month or two ago that I was thinking about Asterisk 18, but now time has flown …

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Asterisk 16Asterisk 18

PJSIP Transport Reload Changes

In a past blog post I talked about how you can’t reload transports without enabling explicit support, but alluded to changes coming in the future. …

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BuildHow To

Configuring an Asterisk build from the command line: Part 2

Last month I wrote a blog post titled “Configuring an Asterisk build from the command line”  which outlined how to use the menuselect command to …

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ArchitectureAsterisk 18

Asterisk As A Toolkit

Asterisk in the beginning started as a PBX but over its life has evolved into that of a communications toolkit. In fact if you ever …

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DPMA

Urgent: DPMA SSL Announcement

If you are a user of the DPMA module for Asterisk with Sangoma D-series phones, then this announcement is for you. The D-Series phones have …

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BuildHow To

Configuring an Asterisk build from the command line

If you’re an Asterisk package maintainer, you already know this.  If not, did you know you can run menuselect/menuselect from the command line to enable/disable modules, set …

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PJSIP

PJSIP Transport Reload Fun

When PJSIP support in Asterisk was being developed one of the critical areas of development was transports. These are for the most part provided by …

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Asterisk 16Asterisk 18

PJSIP Invite Session Lifetime

In the past month I’ve been fixing an issue with Asterisk and PJSIP that I thought would be fun to share in a blog post. …

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Asterisk 13Asterisk 17

Asterisk 13 and 17 Security Fix Only

While this has been mentioned in a few places I thought it prudent to also create a blog post. Asterisk 13 and Asterisk 17 have …

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Asterisk 16Asterisk 18

Debug Logging by Category

Logging in software is usually a good thing. It’s often used to output useful information and/or statistics relevant to a current software task. However, everything …

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Asterisk 18Releases

Asterisk 18.0.0 Released!

Kia Ora! (Or Be Healthy) (Don’t ask – I like greetings from various languages) If you haven’t noticed from the various emails and posts Asterisk …

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ArchitectureAsterisk 18

A Video Update

Video has been a continued theme of Asterisk for some years now. We put into place the foundation to allow us to do video better, …

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ArchitectureAsterisk 18

Asterisk ACN: Advanced Codec Negotiation

Codec negotiation in Asterisk has been one of its deepest darkest secrets.  It’s been around since the beginning and over the past two decades it’s …

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Asterisk Module Deprecation

The deprecation of modules in Asterisk has generally been a loosely formed word of mouth policy. This has meant that modules are seldom truly removed

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PJSIP Transport Reload Changes

In a past blog post I talked about how you can’t reload transports without enabling explicit support, but alluded to changes coming in the future.

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Asterisk As A Toolkit

Asterisk in the beginning started as a PBX but over its life has evolved into that of a communications toolkit. In fact if you ever

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Urgent: DPMA SSL Announcement

If you are a user of the DPMA module for Asterisk with Sangoma D-series phones, then this announcement is for you. The D-Series phones have

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