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It’s getting to be that time of year!

By George Joseph

With the changing weather, some of us are thinking about summer with excitement, others about winter with trepidation.  Regardless of which hemisphere you live in though, it’s time to start thinking about Asterisk 16!

WANTED: Dead or Alive!

By George Joseph

The Story of Asterisk and Keep-Alives The vast majority of VoIP communications is done via UDP datagrams.  It’s a no-overhead protocol which makes it fast and although it also makes

pjproject-2.7.1 qualified for use with Asterisk

By George Joseph

This week, we’re pleased to say that we’ve updated the Asterisk 13, 15 and master branches’ bundled version of pjproject to 2.7.1. This release contains a fix for an important

Continuous Integration with Asterisk and Docker

By George Joseph

How much testing do we really do? A lot, and let’s face it,  Asterisk isn’t the easiest of software packages to test.  Our continuous integration environment could run over 1000

pjproject 2.6 now qualified for use with Asterisk!

By George Joseph

This week, we’re pleased to say that we’ve updated the Asterisk 13, 14 and master branches’ bundled version of pjproject to 2.6.

Automatically Download Binary Modules: New Feature in Asterisk 13.12 and 14.1

By George Joseph

The Digium Phone Module for Asterisk and the g729a, silk, siren7 and siren14 codec binary modules hosted at downloads.digium.com can now be automatically downloaded and installed during the Asterisk install process. If

The PJSIP Configuration Wizard

By George Joseph

Been wanting to try the new PJSIP stack but finding the configuration a little daunting?  Then this blog post is for you! While the basic PJSIP configuration objects (endpoint, aor,

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