(last call for comments) Proposed changes to Asterisk release and support cycles

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I've created a page on wiki.asterisk.org outlining some changes we're proposing to make to the Asterisk release and support cycles. As always, before implementing any changes of this type, we'd like to collect some community feedback on the proposal. The page is here: https://wiki.asterisk.org/wiki/x/5ggiAQ Feel free to comment here, or on the page itself if you find any errors or inconsistencies in the page's content. I've seen some feedback over the past week or so (click here to see the article), all of it positive, but want to ensure that everyone has the opportunity to raise any concerns they may have. In the absence of…

Asterisk Users 3.6 years ago 4 Answers

Thunderbird extension using AMI to dial

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Hi I've just added direct support for AMI to a forthcoming version of
TBDialOut, a Thunderbird extension for dialling direct from
Thunderbird's address book. If anyone fancies testing it I'd be grateful
for any feedback. If you feel like casting a critical eye over the code,
or doing some translating, even better. AMI support is available in TBDialOut 1.7.0pre1, which can be found
either at http://www.oak-wood.co.uk/tbdialout/ or from the 'Development
channel' at the bottom of the page at
https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/thunderbird/addon/tbdialout/ Thanks for your help Chris

Asterisk Users 4.1 years ago 0 Answers

DAHDI-Linux-complete On CENTOS Kernel 2.6.32

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Does anyone had ever try to install DAHDI-tools and DAHI-linux on CENTOS  Kernel 2.6.32-71.el6.i686? On the subversion source, I can see the latest DAHDI-linux-complete version is 2.5.0+2.5.0. Need any feedback if DAHDI-linux version 2.5.0 has any compatibility issue with linux kernel 2.6. Apart from the DAHDI-linux-complete, understand that one of DAHDI dependency which is kernel source (kernel-debug-devel-2.6.32-71.el6.i686) needs to be installed as well. Any inputs is highly appreciated. Regards Jesie

Asterisk Users 4.1 years ago 5 Answers

feedback mechanism

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Hi All, I would like to write a script to run on peers to monitor my resources such
as whether a card was removed and send a signal to LB so it can resize the
capacity configuration for that peer, but I have no idea which event in
Asterisk should be monitored when a card was remove or added? Someone here
pointed me out to AMI, but which one? and how can I send the signal to LB?
so if you have any idea, site or resources to point me out, I would gladly

Asterisk Users 4.4 years ago 0 Answers

The new ConfBridge application is now in Asterisk Trunk!

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Howdy, I am proud to announce that after a good bit of development, community feedback, testing, and code review, the brand new ConfBridge application has been officially merged into Asterisk Trunk!!! http://svnview.digium.com/svn/asterisk?view=revision&revision=314598 If you are already familiar with ConfBridge from Asterisk 1.6.X and 1.8, forget everything you know. This is a completely revamped, highly optimized, and feature rich conferencing application capable of mixing sample rates from 8khz all the way up to 192khz! Exciting right?! So Go! use it, test it, and report back! Tell us what you like, what you don't like, if you want a feature…

Asterisk Users 4.4 years ago 4 Answers

feedback mechanism

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Hello guys, Is Asterisk capable of sending feedback to a load balancer, such as,
notifying LB when maximum capacity of Asterisk server has change (like a GW
with more or less E1 cards)?

Asterisk Users 4.7 years ago 1 Answer

Stack buffer overflow in SIP channel driver

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On 01/21/2011 05:59 AM, Marc Leurent wrote:
> Could you please give me a feedback regarding this issue, I'm not sure of the answer I got browsing the web
> Thanks and Best Regards
>
>
> Le mercredi 19 janvier 2011 09:14:55, Marc Leurent a écrit :
>> Good morning,
>> I have a simple question,
>> Is this problem would affect also an Asterisk 1.4.38 if "Pedantic SIP support: No" in the Global Signalling Settings
>> For what I understood, no..
>> Or is it a simple way…

Asterisk Users 4.7 years ago 1 Answer