Inside the Asterisk

Category: PJSIP

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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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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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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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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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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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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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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