[asterisk-users] pjproject 2.5.5 + asterisk-certified-13.8-cert1 : many Error loading module...undefined symbol

Jonathan H lardconcepts at gmail.com
Wed Aug 17 16:17:09 CDT 2016

On 17 August 2016 at 20:40, Jonas Kellens <jonas.kellens at telenet.be> wrote:

> When I compile "--without-pjproject" I loose all webrtc functionality. I get errors about the lack of "ice-frag and ice-pwd in the SDP-body".
> So I guess I DO need pjproject. But I do not want to use pjsip (I prefer sip).
> Do you have any other input or idea ?


I've never had a problem compiling or installing Asterisk; I simply
download the latest version, follow the instructions, and 10 minutes
later I'm compiled and up and running.
No messing about with weird seperate downloads of unsupported versions
of pjsip - I just use the bundled pjsip install and off I go.

But from your posts, it seems you want to do modern web stuff like
WebRTC and so on, on old version of centos, old versions of asterisk,
old version of the SIP channel driver.

What particular reason is there to even bother with the certified
version - the instructions say the regular most recent LTS download
should be first choice.

And why do you prefer SIP? pjsip was introduced in Asterisk 12 nearly
3 years ago, and SIP is pretty much deprecated now.

As a newbie, I looked at SIP and it all seemed a bit bonkers -
"type=friend, insecure=very" - what's THAT all about?!

In pjsip, I just setup a pjsip_wizard and template my endpoints in
pjsip.conf, and I'm done in a few lines.

This is me, creating a brand new Asterisk install on a low end $5 VPS
which handles more concurrent calls than I need it to (at least 20 so
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h12NkJQwpYo (I just found out that the
Youtube annotations don't work on mobile, so watch on desktop for it
to make sense!).

I'm probably the newbiest of noobs here, but just using the latest
current stable version of everything available and following the
install page on the Asterisk Wiki I can fire up a VPS and be receiving
calls in 20 minutes, from scratch. And I'm genuinely interested in why
people struggle on for days with old versions of things. I'm not
asking all this to create argument, but I am genuinely interested.
Perhaps I am missing a major point here?

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