Download the currently supported versions of Asterisk and various Asterisk-related open source projects.
Asterisk Communications Framework
Asterisk is an open source toolkit for building communications applications. For a more detailed explanation, check out the Get Started section. For more information on how to use Asterisk, see the Configuration and Operation sections of the wiki.
AsteriskNOW Software PBX
AsteriskNOW is the premier, ready-to-run distribution of open source Asterisk. AsteriskNOW is an ISO image that installs Linux, Asterisk and the FreePBX GUI in a single, simple install. For more information, including installation instructions, check out the AsteriskNOW page.
Digium/Asterisk Hardware Device Interface
What is DAHDI?
DAHDI (Digium/Asterisk Hardware Device Interface) is the open source device interface technology used to control Digium and other legacy telephony interface cards.
DAHDI Linux / DAHDI Tools
DAHDI Linux is the open source device driver framework used to interface Asterisk with telephony hardware. DAHDI Tools is a package of utilities for managing and monitoring DAHDI devices. The download on this page provides a combined package of the latest DAHDI Linux with the latest DAHDI Tools.
Latest Version 2.11.1
What is libpri?
libpri is an open source library that encapsulates the protocols used to communicate over ISDN Primary Rate Interfaces (T1, E1, J1). libpri is a dependency for Asterisk and DAHDI if PRI signaling is used.
Latest Version - 1.6.0
Test out an Asterisk-based phone system
Switchvox is the easiest and fastest way to get started with an Asterisk-based PBX system. As the maintainer and project sponsor of Asterisk, Digium has put the power of Asterisk to work in Switchvox, an award-winning phone system.
If you need additional information about installing Asterisk from source code, read the installation guide on the Wiki.
Code can be checked out from the Git servers via anonymous read-only access. Development code can also be checked out from the Asterisk and libpri Gerrit repositories, and DAHDI Git repository. Below are example commands you might use to download the source from the various repositories.
# cd /usr/src # git clone http://gerrit.asterisk.org/asterisk asterisk # git clone git://git.asterisk.org/dahdi/linux dahdi-linux # git clone git://git.asterisk.org/dahdi/tools dahdi-tools # git clone http://gerrit.asterisk.org/libpri libpri
To clone only a specific Asterisk branch from Gerrit, use the following format:
# git clone -b X http://gerrit.asterisk.org/asterisk asterisk-X
(with X being the current release and revision number). Example:
Note: The below example may not reflect the current release to date.
# git clone -b 13 http://gerrit.asterisk.org/asterisk asterisk-13
An important note
If you are intending to install a specific branch then it is best to clone that branch only and avoid cloning the entire repository.
If you have further questions or intend to push code back up to the repo please see the detailed Gerrit Usage instructions on the wiki.
Jan 11, 2018
Jan 11, 2018
Jan 4, 2018
Jan 4, 2018
AST-2017-014: Crash in PJSIP resource when missing a contact header
AST-2017-012: Remote Crash Vulnerability in RTCP Stack
Asterisk 13.18.4, 14.7.4, 15.1.4 and Certified Asterisk 13, 13-cert9 Now Available
The Asterisk Development Team has announced security releases for
Certified Asterisk 13.13 and Asterisk 13, 14 and 15. The available
security releases are released as versions 13.13-cert9, 13.18.4,
14.7.4 and 15.1.4.
These releases are available for immediate download at
The release of these versions resolves the following security
* AST-2017-012: Remote Crash Vulnerability in RTCP Stack
If a compound RTCP packet is received containing more than
one report (for example a Receiver Report and a Sender
Report) the RTCP stack will incorrectly store report
information outside of allocated memory potentially causing
For a full list of changes in the current releases, please see the
The security advisories are available at:
Thank you for your continued support of Asterisk