Il giorno 20 settembre 2014, il Team di Sviluppo di Asterisk ha annunciato il rilascio di Asterisk 13.0.0-beta2.
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All interested users of Asterisk are encouraged to participate in the
Asterisk 13 testing process. Please report any issues found to the issue
tracker, https://issues.asterisk.org/jira. All Asterisk users are invited to
participate in the #asterisk-bugs channel to help communicate issues found to
the Asterisk developers. It is also very useful to see successful test reports.
Please post those to the asterisk-dev mailing list (http://lists.digium.com).
Asterisk 13 is the next major release series of Asterisk. It will be a Long Term
Support (LTS) release, similar to Asterisk 11. For more information about
support time lines for Asterisk releases, see the Asterisk versions page:
For important information regarding upgrading to Asterisk 13, please see the
A short list of new features includes:
* Asterisk security events are now provided via AMI, allowing end users to
monitor their Asterisk system in real time for security related issues.
* Both AMI and ARI now allow external systems to control the state of a mailbox.
Using AMI actions or ARI resources, external systems can programmatically
trigger Message Waiting Indicators (MWI) on subscribed phones. This is of
particular use to those who want to build their own VoiceMail application
* ARI now supports the reception/transmission of out of call text messages using
any supported channel driver/protocol stack through ARI. Users receive out of
call text messages as JSON events over the ARI websocket connection, and can
send out of call text messages using HTTP requests.
* The PJSIP stack now supports RFC 4662 Resource Lists, allowing Asterisk to act
as a Resource List Server. This includes defining lists of presence state,
mailbox state, or lists of presence state/mailbox state; managing
subscriptions to lists; and batched delivery of NOTIFY requests to
* The PJSIP stack can now be used as a means of distributing device state or
mailbox state via PUBLISH requests to other Asterisk instances. This is
analogous to Asterisk's clustering support using XMPP or Corosync; unlike
existing clustering mechanisms, using the PJSIP stack to perform the
distribution of state does not rely on another daemon or server to perform the
And much more!
More information about the new features can be found on the Asterisk wiki:
A full list of all new features can also be found in the CHANGES file:
For a full list of changes in the current release, please see the ChangeLog: