Asterisk 10.1.0 Now Available

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The Asterisk Development Team is pleased to announce the release of
Asterisk 10.1.0. This release is available for immediate download at
http://downloads.asterisk.org/pub/telephony/asterisk/

The release of Asterisk 10.1.0 resolves several issues reported by the
community and would have not been possible without your participation.
Thank you!

The following is a sample of the issues resolved in this release:

* AST-2012-001: prevent crash when an SDP offer
is received with an encrypted video stream when support for video
is disabled and res_srtp is loaded. (closes issue ASTERISK-19202)
Reported by: Catalin Sanda

* Allow playback of formats that don’t support seeking. ast_streamfile
previously did unconditional seeking on files that broke playback of
formats that don’t support that functionality. This patch avoids the
seek that was causing the problem.
(closes issue ASTERISK-18994) Patched by: Timo Teras

* Add pjmedia probation concepts to res_rtp_asterisk’s learning mode. In
order to better handle RTP sources with strictrtp enabled (which is the
default setting in 10) using the learning mode to figure out new sources
when they change is handled by checking for a number of consecutive (by
sequence number) packets received to an rtp struct based on a new
configurable value called ‘probation’. Also, during learning mode instead
of liberally accepting all packets received, we now reject packets until a
clear source has been determined.

* Handle AST_CONTROL_UPDATE_RTP_PEER frames in local bridge loop. Failing
to handle AST_CONTROL_UPDATE_RTP_PEER frames in the local bridge loop
causes the loop to exit prematurely. This causes a variety of negative side
effects, depending on when the loop exits. This patch handles the frame by
essentially swallowing the frame in the local loop, as the current channel
drivers expect the RTP bridge to handle the frame, and, in the case of the
local bridge loop, no additional action is necessary.
(closes issue ASTERISK-19095) Reported by: Stefan Schmidt Tested
by: Matt Jordan

* Fix timing source dependency issues with MOH. Prior to this patch,
res_musiconhold existed at the same module priority level as the timing
sources that it depends on. This would cause a problem when music on
hold was reloaded, as the timing source could be changed after
res_musiconhold was processed. This patch adds a new module priority
level, AST_MODPRI_TIMING, that the various timing modules are now loaded
at. This now occurs before loading other resource modules, such
that the timing source is guaranteed to be set prior to resolving
the timing source dependencies.
(closes issue ASTERISK-17474) Reporter: Luke H Tested by: Luke H,
Vladimir Mikhelson, zzsurf, Wes Van Tlghem, elguero, Thomas Arimont
Patched by elguero

* Fix RTP reference leak. If a blind transfer were initiated using a
REFER without a prior reINVITE to place the call on hold, AND if Asterisk
were sending RTCP reports, then there was a reference leak for the
RTP instance of the transferrer.
(closes issue ASTERISK-19192) Reported by: Tyuta Vitali

* Fix blind transfers from failing if an ‘h’ extension
is present. This prevents the ‘h’ extension from being run on the
transferee channel when it is transferred via a native transfer
mechanism such as SIP REFER. (closes issue ASTERISK-19173) Reported
by: Ross Beer Tested by: Kristjan Vrban Patches: ASTERISK-19173 by
Mark Michelson (license 5049)

* Restore call progress code for analog ports. Extracting sig_analog
from chan_dahdi lost call progress detection functionality. Fix
analog ports from considering a call answered immediately after
dialing has completed if the callprogress option is enabled.
(closes issue ASTERISK-18841)
Reported by: Richard Miller Patched by Richard Miller

* Fix regression that ‘rtp/rtcp set debup ip’ only works when a port
was also specified.
(closes issue ASTERISK-18693) Reported by: Davide Dal Reviewed by:
Walter Doekes

For a full list of changes in this release candidate, please see the ChangeLog:

http://downloads.asterisk.org/pub/telephony/asterisk/ChangeLog-10.1.0

Thank you for your continued support of Asterisk!