[asterisk-users] Asterisk 18.1.0 Now Available

Asterisk Development Team asteriskteam at digium.com
Thu Nov 19 07:30:59 CST 2020

The Asterisk Development Team would like to announce the release of Asterisk 18.1.0.
This release is available for immediate download at

The release of Asterisk 18.1.0 resolves several issues reported by the
community and would have not been possible without your participation.

Thank you!

The following issues are resolved in this release:

Security bugs fixed in this release:
 * ASTERISK-29057 - pjsip: Crash on call rejection during high
      (Reported by Sandro Gauci)

New Features made in this release:
 * ASTERISK-29027 - Implement support for History-Info
      (Reported by Torrey Searle)

Bugs fixed in this release:
 * ASTERISK-28933 - res_pjsip.so fails to load when bundled
      pjproject is compiled without libssl
      (Reported by Walter
 * ASTERISK-28825 - Any curl response checks out as valid even
      if 404 is returned.
      (Reported by dovid)
 * ASTERISK-29013 - res_pjsip: Asterisk doesn't stop sending
      invites (with auth) on 407 replies
      (Reported by Sebastian
 * ASTERISK-29142 - sip_to_pjsip.py: doesn't read globbed
      (Reported by Michael Newton)
 * ASTERISK-29144 - GCC Warnings with OPTIMIZE=-Og make
      (Reported by Alexander Traud)
 * ASTERISK-29145 - GCC Warnings with OPTIMIZE=-Os make
      (Reported by Alexander Traud)
 * ASTERISK-29146 - GCC Warnings: ���%s��� directive argument is
      (Reported by Alexander Traud)
 * ASTERISK-29124 - res_pjsip: flow transport broken for
      outbound requests
      (Reported by Nick French)
 * ASTERISK-29136 - config: Sample features.conf incorrectly
      includes " around sound files
      (Reported by Benjamin M.)
 * ASTERISK-29123 - logger.conf.sample missing comment mark on
      line 115
      (Reported by Andrew Siplas)
 * ASTERISK-29109 - res_pjsip_session: Asterisk 18 does not
      progress calls due to codec negotiation after upgrading from
      Asterisk 16
      (Reported by Ross Beer)
 * ASTERISK-28430 - res_rtp_asterisk.c: FRACK!, Failed assertion
      errno != EBADF
      (Reported by under)
 * ASTERISK-29108 - resource_endpoints.c : Memory leak if
      endpoint not found
      (Reported by Jean Aunis - Prescom)
 * ASTERISK-26424 - app_voicemail: Undocumented behavior from
      (Reported by Eric Smith)
 * ASTERISK-29097 - res_pjsip_config_wizard: Crash when freeing
      string when failing to add extension
      (Reported by Vieri)
 * ASTERISK-29091 - Crash when ast_translator_build_path fails
      (Reported by Jasper van der Neut)
 * ASTERISK-29051 - res_pjsip_sdp_rtp: Does not set correct
      values on RTP instance when "auto" DTMF is used
      by Sebastian Damm)
 * ASTERISK-29099 - res_musiconhold: Realtime MOH only loads a
      single entry
      (Reported by laszlovl)
 * ASTERISK-28311 - dsp: ast_dsp_silence_noise_with_energy wrong
      judgment of frame format
      (Reported by ���������)
 * ASTERISK-24329 - Music On Hold announcement cuts intro of
      music the first time it is played
      (Reported by Thomas
 * ASTERISK-29085 - func_curl: Segmentation fault when using
      CURL after setting httpheader CURLOPT
      (Reported by P��ter
 * ASTERISK-29089 - RTP Ports not cleared after hangup
      (Reported by Ross Beer)
 * ASTERISK-29081 - res_stasis: Add compare function for bridges
      moh container
      (Reported by Hajek Michal)
 * ASTERISK-28416 - Unable to get rtp codec payload code for
      (Reported by Brian J. Murrell)
 * ASTERISK-29014 - res_pjsip_session: Re-INVITE collisions
      aren't handled correctly
      (Reported by George Joseph)

Improvements made in this release:
 * ASTERISK-29054 - Logger: Add debug logging categories
      (Reported by Kevin Harwell)
 * ASTERISK-29056 - Increase reg_server column size for
      ps_contacts table realtime
      (Reported by sungtae kim)
 * ASTERISK-29055 - Create a Bridge with video_single mode
      (Reported by sungtae kim)

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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