Release Notes: This release fixes some issues larger installations had with call failover and should generally improve stability. Some of the new features in this release are virtual queue support for LRQs, support for canMapAlias for LRQs, syslog accounting module on Unix, status port filtering (suppress not needed messages), improved H.235 support, a new DNS SRV routing policy, improved support for NAT detection and handling, support for working with unknown neighbor gatekeepers, and the addition of registration priorities.
Release Notes: The most important new feature in this release is call failover, which enables GnuGk to transparently retry failed calls. Other notable changes include fully-working ENUM support, a new CapacityControl module to limit the call volume on a single gatekeeper, StatusAcct to provide fully-configurable accounting messages on the status port, support for Firebird (InterBase) as an additional database backend, and support for unregistered NATed callers.
Release Notes: The format of ACF messages on status port is back to what it used to be. A bug that prevented ENUM routing was fixed (see the updated manual). FileIPAuth is now also included in the Windows version.
Release Notes: New features are a new ENUM routing policy, new CLIR/CLIP features in the RewriteCLI module, a Unix man page, IRR monitoring during calls, and better Netmeeting compatibility. The HTML manual has been translated to French and Spanish, and FileIPAuth is fully integrated.
Release Notes: The most important changes in this version are support for configuration via a database (SQLConfig ported from 2.0), the ability to rewrite calling numbers (ANI/CLI rewrite), better interoperability with Cisco gatekeepers, NumberAnalysis routing policy, a FileIPAuth module (in contrib/ section), a generic SQLAuth module, optional translation of Facility message between H.323 versions, restored MS Visual C++ 6.0 compatibility, a reorganized manual reorganized, and a searchable PDF.
Release Notes: This release contains a security fix and better error checking in socket handling. It also supports the new RouteToGateway command for virtual queue routing, more flexible rewrite rules and prefix matching with wildcards, and per call proxy control.
Release Notes: The new release contains a H.235 Annex D implementation (Baseline Profile) that should solve interoperability problems with many H.235 devices. Other features include radius- based call routing and rewriting, the ability to read the config from an SQL database, log file rotation, a backport of the RouteToGateway feature from the 2.2 branch, support for CallCreditServiceControl in RCF and ACF messages, and lots of small bugfixes. This will be probably the last release in the 2.0 branch except for bugfixes and maybe 2.2 feature backports.
Release Notes: This version has been released as a new stable version after being in beta for over a year. This version offers much greater performance and scalability along with more flexible routing and neighbor configuration.
Release Notes: This release has many bugfixes and stability improvements. It includes PostgreSQL support, MySQL support on Unix and Windows, LDAP support on Unix and Windows, Cisco interoperability fixes, direct SQL accounting, a RADIUS/SQL billing example in the contrib directory, and support for config in an SQL database.
Release Notes: The most important changes are many bugfixes and stability improvements, PostgreSQL support, improved socket performance, selectable output levels on the status port, and a RADIUS/SQL billing example. This is the first time executables are provided for Linux, Windows, and Solaris for a beta version.