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Discussion in 'General' started by danardf, Jun 22, 2010.
There's something good into this release.
Look at this here.
I am bringing this topic up because of the fact that Asterisk 1.8 has been released...
is there any way we can upgrade from 1.6.2 (elastix 2.0) to asterisk 1.8 ?
But you could try to do it on a virtual server.
In another hand, you could have some problems when you'll make an Elastix update.
I think at Freepbx rpm, Asterisk rpm...Etc
And I don't talk about some dependencies like Dahdi, Libpri.
Any idea on when elastix will release fully integrated 1.8 version?
The team speaks about that, but nothing today.
Too many problems at begining Elastix 2.0. Today this version seems worked fine.
I hope soon. Maybe some month.
Any way, until that Asterisk 1.8 will not be stable....!!
one more quick question is there a way to use google voice on elastix?
Yes if Asterisk is able to do it, then Elastix too.
Look at this link HERE for example. :huh:
It should exist lots of link about that.
Just to know.
I build an rpm with asterisk 1.8 and now I'm testing it on a virtual machine.
There are some days that the pbx it's working and for now I did not discover problems.
I build it with srtp support (that will install srtp ).
The update process work fine and so I expect no problem with future update.
For now I have only x86_64 rpm, If there are people interested to test please contact me.
Re: Re:Asterisk 1.8, something good
look with google translate my articles "deselastixando elastix parte 1 y 2" en s i n o l o g i c (deelastixing elastix parts 1 and 2)
there i post how to upgrade kernels compile manually asterisk 1.8 dahdi etc...and how to use tls sip encryption and srtp voice encryption
I work with Elastix 2.0.2 (Asterisk 1.6 I guess!) and try to make a secure call with TLS and SRTP.
Does Asterisk 1.6 support TLS and SRTP?
Have I to upgrade my Asterisk to 1.8???
again translate and read "deselastixando elastix parte 1 y 2" from s i n o l o g i c
asterisk 1.6.2.x has only support for tls (look in voip info,org for tutorials
asterisk 1.8 only has srtp support after adding srtp libs to gnu/linux
Not for newbies by the way