Is libpri rpm version 1.4.12 for CentOS 5.6 made available ?
[root@ ~]# rpm -qa | grep libpri
[root@ ~]# cat /etc/redhat-release
CentOS release 5.6 (Final)
[root@ ~]# yum list updates | grep libpri
[root@ ~]# Please suggest/guide further. Regards, Kaushal
On 07/26/2011 09:21 PM, Bryant Zimmerman wrote:
> I want to add an entry to a database every time a brute force
> registration attempt is done.
> from this database we are updating cisco routers with our ban list so
> our entire network is protected.
> The database side of things is working and has been for some time. I
> really would like to add the file2ban side of it to protect our asterisk
> system better.
> How would I best go about doing this using…
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I am trying to use a Callback system that return the call to some
number then give it a dial tone with DISA. The callback works well and i
can hear the dial tone, the problem is that DISA doesn't do anything
when i press any extension number of the current context and hangs the
call up after few seconds. If i use callback just to return to the
number then call an extension (ex: a sip phone) it works fine, do you
know if there is some incompatibility about DISA + Callback?…
Since Asterisk has been ported to exotic platforms like SOHO routers
(Linksys, Buffalo, etc.) and non-MMU CPUs (Blackfin, etc.), I was
wondering why the Windows port never really took off. As far as I can tell, www.asteriskwin32.com is a one-man effort
(Patrick Deruel's) that is not going anywhere (latest version based on
22.214.171.124). Are there just not enough interest and too many, deep, Linux-specific
assumptions in the code, that would explain why Asterisk was never
officially ported to Windows? Thank you.