Sipcat is a software IP telephony system that helps businesses increase productivity and reduce telecommunication costs. It allows you to start running your own voice over IP PBX in a matter of minutes. It contains a complete Linux distribution, including Asterisk and all required 3rd party software.
|Tags||Office/Business Communications Telephony Internet Phone Conferencing Fax|
Release Notes: This update features support for the Snom m3 wireless handset. It also provides port based routing for FXO cards and updated ISDN settings for Italian users. It includes a DynDns client for systems with dynamic IP addresses and an Asterisk update.
Release Notes: This release contains fixes for Snom and Linksys automatic provisioning, one touch recording, call groups and queue members, mobile phone failover, as well as miscellaneous voicemail fixes. Some obsolete configuration file entries were also removed. This release also updates the service software such as Asterisk, mISDN, Spandsp, and Zaptel.
Release Notes: This update includes support for dial by name (company directory), fixed timezones, external access to services (*xx codes), and integration of the address book in the xml directory for Cisco and Thomson phones. It also adds extra NAT parameters for trunks and includes other optimizations and bugfixes.
Release Notes: This release adds support for the Grandstream GXP2020 IP phone, provides newer French language prompts, and includes the H263 and H264 codecs for video calling. It also includes fixes for IAX2 clients, SIP trunks, outbound caller IDs, and language parameters for Linksys and Snom auto-provisioning.
Release Notes: Significant updates were made. The most important feature enhancements include multi-language support (French, German, and Dutch), video telephony support (H.263 and H.264), IP phone provisioning for Polycom phones, a speedier interface, and much more.