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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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AstriDevCon 2021

As you’ve heard by now AstriCon in Orlando, Florida has been cancelled as a physical event. This impacts AstriDevCon as well since we normally also …

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OpenSIPit#01 Part 2: STIR/SHAKEN

OpenSIPit 2021 was held back in April with myself and Ben Ford representing Asterisk.  There were two main interoperability focuses this year:  the support of additional …

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Asterisk 19 Branch Cut

I’m happy to announce that the Asterisk 19 branch has been cut, and is now frozen in regards to core changes and any changes which …

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OpenSIPit#01 Part 1: RFC-8760 Interoperability

OpenSIPit 2021 was held back in April with myself and Ben Ford representing Asterisk.  There were two main interoperability focuses this year:  the support of additional …

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The Case Of The Declined Audio Stream and Local Channels

An interesting issue was recently filed where dialing a Local channel resulted in the following: [2021-03-28 22:41:35] ERROR[15773][C-00000030]: translate.c:1396 ast_translator_best_choice: Cannot determine best translation path …

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Reminder: Asterisk 13 and 17 Security Fix Only

In recent times I’ve noticed an increase in the number of people reporting issues or asking for help with old versions of Asterisk that are …

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IRC Channels Moved To Libera Chat

This blog post is a heads-up that the Asterisk project has moved its IRC presence to the Libera Chat IRC network. For information on connecting …

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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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Text-to-Speech and Speech-to-Text in Asterisk

Background Welcome to an introduction to text-to-speech and speech-to-text for Asterisk! With how popular speech recognition is becoming, we decided to take on the initiative …

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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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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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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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AstriDevCon 2021

Hey all! This is just a quick note about AstriDevCon 2021. AstriDevCon was held virtually on November 2nd, 2021. We had a great showing of

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Asterisk 19.0.0 Released!

Greetings All! If you haven’t noticed from the various emails and posts Asterisk 19.0.0 has now been released and is available for download here! As

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Virtualized Asterisk

If you’re running an Asterisk “farm” of virtualized PBXs and your virtualization environment is dedicated to it, you probably already have your environment pretty well

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STIR/SHAKEN: An Update

STIR/SHAKEN in 2021 It’s been a while since the release of Asterisk 18 and the STIR/SHAKEN update. During this time, we’ve discovered that the specification

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AstriDevCon 2021

As you’ve heard by now AstriCon in Orlando, Florida has been cancelled as a physical event. This impacts AstriDevCon as well since we normally also

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OpenSIPit#01 Part 2: STIR/SHAKEN

OpenSIPit 2021 was held back in April with myself and Ben Ford representing Asterisk.  There were two main interoperability focuses this year:  the support of additional

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