[asterisk-users] Certified Asterisk 11.6-cert14 Now Available

Asterisk Development Team asteriskteam at digium.com
Mon Aug 29 09:44:04 CDT 2016

The Asterisk Development Team has announced the release of Certified Asterisk 11.6-cert14.
This release is available for immediate download at

The release of Certified Asterisk 11.6-cert14 resolves several issues reported by the
community and would have not been possible without your participation.
Thank you!

The following are the issues resolved in this release:

Bugs fixed in this release:
 * ASTERISK-23013 - [patch] Deadlock between 'sip show channels'
      command and attended transfer handling (Reported by Ben
 * ASTERISK-25494 - build:  GCC 5.1.x catches some new const, array
      bounds and missing paren issues (Reported by George Joseph)
 * ASTERISK-24932 - Asterisk 13.x does not build with GCC 5.0
      (Reported by Jeffrey C. Ollie)
 * ASTERISK-26138 - chan_unistim:  Under FreeBSD, chan_unistim
      generates a compile error (Reported by George Joseph)
 * ASTERISK-26157 - Build:   Fix errors highlighted by GCC 6.x
      (Reported by George Joseph)
 * ASTERISK-23509 - [patch]SayNumber for Polish language tries to
      play empty files for numbers divisible by 100 (Reported by
 * ASTERISK-26140 - res_rtp_asterisk: gcc 6 caught a
      self-comparison (Reported by George Joseph)
 * ASTERISK-24436 - Missing header in res/res_srtp.c when compiling
      against libsrtp-1.5.0 (Reported by Patrick Laimbock)
 * ASTERISK-24502 - Build fails when dev-mode, dont optimize and
      coverage are enabled (Reported by Corey Farrell)
 * ASTERISK-26179 - chan_sip: Second T.38 request fails (Reported
      by Joshua Colp)
 * ASTERISK-26034 - T.38 passthrough problem behind firewall due to
      early nosignal packet (Reported by George Joseph)
 * ASTERISK-26030 - call cut because of double Session-Expires
      header in re-invite after proxy authentication is required
      (Reported by George Joseph)

For a full list of changes in this release, please see the ChangeLog:


Thank you for your continued support of Asterisk!

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