Inside the Asterisk

Category: Releases

STIR/SHAKEN Webinar Recording

I recently did a STIR/SHAKEN webinar about the new implementation available in Asterisk. You can find the recording for that here. This webinar reinforced my

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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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Asterisk 21 Branch Created

The Asterisk 21 branch has been created! This is the first step in the process to seeing the first release candidate created followed by the

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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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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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Asterisk 21 Module Removal

Asterisk 21 is scheduled to become the next major release.  As part of that process there are a number of modules being removed, see: wiki.asterisk.org.

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Asterisk 20.0.0 Now Available!

Good news all! Asterisk 20.0.0 is now available at https://downloads.asterisk.org/pub/telephony/asterisk/! Before upgrading remember to read the UPGRADE.txt document to see if there’s anything you need

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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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