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PJSIP Body Generator Persistence

By Joshua C. Colp

When PJSIP publish and subscribe functionality was created we knew we wanted to provide a pluggable mechanism to allow modules to easily extend and add new bodies. The result of [...]

Building a Channel Driver – Part 2

By Ben Ford

Review This blog post is the follow up to part 1, which can be found here. If you haven’t read it yet, that would be a good place to start, [...]

Happy New Year – A Community Update

By Jared Smith

Hello everyone…for those of you who don’t know me, I’m Jared Smith, Sangoma’s new Vice President for Open Source Community Development. Ever since I first started using open source telephony [...]

SIP and RTP Routing

By Joshua C. Colp

One of the most common issues I see when people deploy SIP is calls hanging up after approximately 30 seconds or traffic not going to where it should. This can [...]

Year End Message to our Open Source Community

By Bill Wignall

Hello Everyone, As a public company CEO, I write a “Letter to Shareholders” once per year, leading up to our Annual General Meeting. But shareholders are one of the multiple [...]

AstriDevCon 2019 – A Recap

By Joshua C. Colp

Greetings All, Time certainly flies and it seems like AstriDevCon and AstriCon 2019 were a century ago. It’s hard to imagine that in fact they were only a month and [...]

Building a Channel Driver – Part 1

By Ben Ford

Overview Today we’re going to be talking about channel drivers and how to get started on creating your own. This topic is going to be covered in three separate blog [...]

Announcing a New Compile Option for app_voicemail Storage.

By Chris Savinovich

Asterisk offers its users great flexibility in most of its features. One of them is the choice between three different modules for different ways to store voicemail. These include: To [...]

Debugging Tips and Tricks

By Ben Ford

Overview One of the most challenging things about coding is when your code doesn’t work and you have to figure out why. Trying to track down a problem can be [...]

An Asterisk Video Update

By Joshua C. Colp

Over the past few years we’ve been working to improve the video support in Asterisk. We initially started with adding stream support[1] in a backwards compatible fashion so we could [...]