Release Notes: Basic support was added for operating directly as a SIP registrar and proxy server for external SIP devices. This offers initial support for developing Bayonne based business telephone systems.
Release Notes: This release introduces the Bayonne2 Webservice, an integrated HTTP server for offering status pages to browsers, and XML for integrating Bayonne with other application services. The Bayonne XML Web service offers serverResponse and an initial framework for XMLRPC. Basic functions include server control, status, and call generation. Support for festival TTS has also been added.
Release Notes: Bayonne2 text-to-speech services are integrated through the TTS definitions macro facility. The BayonneXML parser has been integrated as an alternate service binding. This allows Bayonne to query and then voice render XML documents that are formatted in BayonneXML and served from Web sites. BayonneXML is related to CallXML, and you will soon be able to use existing CallXML graphical tools to generate Bayonne applications.
Release Notes: SIP support was improved for high call volume and system loading for high capacity by enabling optional immediate start of RTP sessions at server startup and hiwater RTP allocation schemes. Support was added for the new ccrtp sendImmediate method for reducing latency in RTP server joins. The configure build system is now aware of both Java and Mono for building optional Java and Mono telephony application support.
Release Notes: Included in this release are new abilities to deliver audio from arbitrary URLs and audio media formats directly to telephone callers connected via the SIP protocol, as well as the ability to switch and route SIP voice calls. New application integration support has been added to better enable the use of Bayonne2 as a middleware telephony platform sitting between traditional enterprise applications like SAP, SQL Ledger, groupware servers, etc, and your enterprise telephone network.
Release Notes: TCP monitor support for examining SIP server registrations and server configuration. A SIP driver and scripting support for blind transfer operation.
Release Notes: Phrasebook enhancements to speak shortened versions of date and time for use in building headers for voice mail. More config file options to control the use of definition files and plugins. A hard link option for file copy. A fix for the German language build.
Release Notes: Combined with the latest ccscript3 engine, support was added for definition macros to create direct command extensions and wrappers for both internal functions and externally executed programs. Macro definitions are now used to better localize behavior for international deployments as well as to make rapid voice application programming easier. Other changes include support for installing music files into the Bayonne voice archive and optionally triggering file rename on completion of record and append operations.
Release Notes: This release adds SIP proxy call authentication support clarification, support for accepting calls from public proxies by port-forwarded Bayonne servers behind NATs with automatic SDP rewrite rules, and apparmor subdomain configuration for the Bayonne daemon.
Release Notes: A preliminary and experimental driver to support beta releases of Sangoma's new high performance channelized TDM voice interface (libsangoma) has been introduced. Some new libexec sample scripts and supporting macros are also included. Automatic deletion of recordings below 3 second threashold when requesting a record of long messages.