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Joshua Colp

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Joshua Colp is a Senior Software Developer at Digium and a long time Asterisk developer. He originally started in the community submitting simple patches and grew into improving and creating new core components of Asterisk itself. He is a self-taught programmer who believes in finding the balance between doing things the way they should be done and doing what is right for the people using the software. In his spare time he enjoys smashing fax machines.

Asterisk 13.9.0 Notable Changes

By Joshua Colp

It seems just like yesterday that Asterisk 13.8.0 was released but here we are with an Asterisk 13.9.0 (and subsequently 13.9.1). This post shines the light on some notable changes

Asterisk 14: Coming with improved PJSIP DNS Support!

By Joshua Colp

The PJSIP library now used by Asterisk to provide SIP support has included basic SIP DNS support for quite some time. However through using it ourselves and from feedback from

Triaging Asterisk Issues

By Joshua Colp

When you file an issue on the Asterisk JIRA you might notice that a few people may end up looking and participating in it. The first person, however, is usually just

Asterisk 13.8.0: Now With Easier PJSIP Install Method!

By Joshua Colp

Asterisk 13.8.0 will come with a new option for enabling PJSIP functionality. This functionality is called bundling and comes courtesy of a community member, George Joseph, who you can also

The PJSIP Outbound Registration ‘line’ Option

By Joshua Colp

Outbound SIP registrations are a commonly used practice in Asterisk. They allow an upstream server, such as one in use by an ITSP, to know where you are and to

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