asterisk 15.1.2

Asterisk is an open source framework for building communications applications. Asterisk turns an ordinary computer into a communications server. Asterisk powers IP PBX systems, VoIP gateways, conference servers and other custom solutions. It is used by small businesses, large businesses, call centers, carriers and government agencies, worldwide. Asterisk is free and open source.

Tags communication conferencing telephony sip
License GNU GPL
State stable

Recent Releases

15.1.218 Nov 2017 04:25 minor feature: Res_pjsip: Add to list of valid characters for from_user. a regression where some characters were unable to be used in. The from_user field of an endpoint. Additionally, the backtick was Removed from the list of valid characters, since it is not valid, And it was replaced with a single quote, which is a valid character. res_pjsip_registrar.c: AOR and pjproject group deadlock. One of the patches for ASTERISK_27147 introduced a deadlock regression. When the connection oriented transport shut down, the code attempted to. Remove the associated contact. However, that same transport had just Requested a registration that we hadn't responded to yet. Depending Upon timing we could deadlock. Made send the REGISTER response after we completed processing the. Request contacts and released the AOR lock to avoid the deadlock.
15.1.109 Nov 2017 18:05 minor feature: AST-2017-009: pjproject: Add validation of numeric header values Parsing the numeric header fields like cseq, ttl, port, etc. all. Had the potential to overflow, either causing unintended values to be captured or, if the values were subsequently converted back to. Strings, a buffer overrun. To address this, new "strto" functions Have been created that do range checking and those functions are Used wherever possible in the parser. Created pjlib/include/limits.h and pjlib/include/compat/limits.h to either include the system limits.h or define common numeric. Limits if there is no system limits.h. Created strto*_validate functions in sip_parser that take bounds. And on failure call the on_str_parse_error function which prints an error message and calls PJ_THROW. Updated sip_parser to validate the numeric fields. an in sip_transport that prevented error messages. From being properly displayed. Added "volatile" to some variables referenced in PJ_CATCH blocks as the optimizer was sometimes optimizing them away. Length calculation in sip_transaction/create_tsx_key_2543 to account for signed ints being 11 characters, not 9. AST-2017-011 - res_pjsip_session: session leak when a call is rejected. A previous commit made it so when an invite session transitioned into a. Disconnected state destruction of the Asterisk pjsip session object was Postponed until either a transport error occurred or the event timer Expired. However, if a call was rejected (for instance a 488) before the Session was fully established the event timer may not have been initiated, or it was canceled without triggering either of the session finalizing states. Mentioned above. Really the only time destruction of the session should be delayed is when a BYE is being transacted. This is because it's possible in some cases for the. Session to be disconnected, but the BYE is still transacting. This patch makes it so the session object always gets released (no more. Memory leak) when the pjsip session is in a dis
15.1.031 Oct 2017 17:25 minor feature:
15.0.004 Oct 2017 11:51 minor feature: asterisk 15.0.0 Released.