Inside the Asterisk

Keyword: testing

The Upgrade to pjproject 2.14

Overview If you’re familiar with Asterisk, you probably know that it uses a third-party project called pjproject. This is a major part of the PJSIP

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Don’t fear the venv

As part of the transition to Python3 at the end of last year, we introduced a Python Virtual Environment, or venv for the Asterisk TestSuite. 

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Testing the trivial

Lately, you may have seen some submissions from Sangoma’s CommUnity team (covered in it’s own post.)  Many of these submissions were small but helpful changes,

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Integrating PJSIP 2.13

Asterisk 18.17.0 and 20.2.0 were released recently with support for PJSIP 2.13.  This version of PJSIP includes an important change to deal with race conditions

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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

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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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