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asterisk stuff

Heading to Brazil

I will be speaking this Thursday in the morning at IPComm 2008 in São Paulo, Brazil. The presentation will be about the development I have been doing for Asterisk with OpenR2. This is great news for me, most users and … Continue reading

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ztloop with CAS support

During some time I had the idea that it should be possible to test the user space software that deals with E1/T1 lines (Asterisk, FreeSwitch, OpenR2) without any hardware at all, that way I could work off-line in my laptop … Continue reading

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Back from Astricon

I got back from Astricon 3 weeks ago. It was good to meet some people I only had talk with on IRC or IM. Here is my presentation: OpenR2 – MFC/R2 Free of headaches or your money back. My presentation … Continue reading

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I’ll be speaking in Phoenix at Astricon

So, not quite, Astricon will be in Glendale AZ, 9 miles northwest from Phoenix downtown. The conference will be from September 23 – 25 and I’ll be speaking about the support for MFC/R2 I am adding to Asterisk, hope to … Continue reading

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MFC/R2 branches for Asterisk 1.2 and 1.4

I just created 2 branches for MFC/R2 support in chan_zap for Asterisk 1.2 and 1.4, this branches replaced the patches and .tar.gz I previously published, is much easier to keep them up-to-date this way. If you still need the patches … Continue reading

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OpenR2 back-ported to Asterisk 1.4 and 1.2

I just back-ported the support for MFC/R2 signaling using the OpenR2 library to Asterisk 1.4 and 1.2, go and get it while is still hot! http://www.libopenr2.org/ I also updated the site to use TextMotion, a new web publishing software (aka … Continue reading

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MFC/R2 branch for Asterisk is available

I just created a branch for Asterisk that has everything required to test the chan_zap MFC/R2 support. Now the installation steps are easier. 1. Install zaptel from 1.4 branch http://svn.digium.com/svn/zaptel/branches/1.4 2. Install openr2 library from the trunk svn://libopenr2.org/openr2/trunk 3. Install … Continue reading

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Asterisk with MFC/R2 in chan_zap

I’ve been working lately in a library for the MFC/R2 telephony signalling. I named this library “OpenR2”. My goal is to include support for this signaling in the Asterisk project and eventually in FreeSwitch if possible. I just created a … Continue reading

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Zaptel Version

Quick note to myself: to check the version of the loaded zaptel module just cat /sys/module/zaptel/version

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Asterisk Asynchronous AGI

I have been coding some new stuff for Asterisk lately, but the feature I like the most is Asynchronous AGI. I got the idea from MAGI, an old patch written by David Pollak that allowed AGI execution thru the manager … Continue reading

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