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AstLinux 1.0.4 Released

The AstLinux Team is happy to announce the release of 1.0.4.

New in this release:

Asterisk 1.4.44 and 1.8.14.1

DAHDI, dahdi-linux 2.6.1 and dahdi-tools 2.6.1

– wanpipe, version bump to 3.5.27

– rhino, version bump to 0.99.6b2. Support is now enabled again by default.

– libPRI, upstream patch to add layer 2 persistence option to customize the layer 2 behavior on BRI PTMP lines. (Thanks to Michael Keuter)

– PHP version bump to 5.3.14 to address security issues.

– Security fixes for OpenSSL

– miniupnpd added (disabled by default) to support Universal Plug and Play. (Many thanks to David Kerr)

– mtr added. Network diagnostic tool that combines ping and traceroute.

– Updates to the web interface including the addition of a MeetMe tab, firewall enhancements and UPnP support.

For the complete changelog and to download the install images go to the following pages:

http://www.astlinux.org/release/104-asterisk-18141

http://www.astlinux.org/release/104-asterisk-1444

The AstLinux Team

Best Free Fax Solution With Asterisk

Hi team,

I want to configure fax with asterisk. there a lot of fax link i found by google but not working perfectly. my setup as follow

asterisk 10.x CentOS 5.8

Want to used T.38 with SpanDSP…

Please suggest me the best way. and how to test FoIP ….?

Segmenting A Configration File

Hi List,

I am planning a multi-tenant VoIP services system with Asterisk, using configuration tweaks. Having all the tenant configurations in one configuration file is overwhelming. I would like to segment the configuration files and include them in the main configuration file. Is it possible?

For e.g. I would like to have the main extenstions.conf file to include tenant01_extenstions.conf, tenant02_extensions.conf. By this way it is easy to manage the configurations of each tenant.

Thanks.