Release Notes: Updated for the new ucommon 6 API. Support for VoIP hotspot mode. Initial support for the exosip 4.0 API. Better mingw build support. Better debuging tools. A switchview GUI.
Release Notes: Basic RTP media proxy, preliminary NAT support, and integrated SDP rewrite functionality have been introduced. This will enable stand-alone sipwitch hosts to call each other even when locations are both behind NATs or different subnets. Furthermore, since sipwitch handles NAT functionality in one place and transparently, desktop VoIP clients need not be configured for or aware of NAT functionality. Other changes include consolidation of realm and functional SIP domain.
Release Notes: This release focuses on development of GNU SIP Witch as a new kind of desktop VoIP service and includes integration of standard user accounts as sip users to enable one to more easily setup and deploy sipwitch with minimal configuration effort.
Release Notes: SIP Witch internode calling has been introduced. SIP Witch can now automatically change state from a SIP call server to a SIP redirection server as needed to complete requests to remote URIs or redirect calls to alternate nodes if a given user agent is not present on the current server, with pre-generated authentication credentials. Secure domain calling to insecure domains now also uses internodal calling.
Release Notes: This release represents the first minimally deployable baseline sipwitch server. This release includes multipath calling and basic call forwarding features. Also important with this release is stabilization of core management APIs, including SWIG interfaces for local scripting languages, and XMLRPC CGI for remote access, so that management and administration services can now be built for sipwitch. Support for changing server state is also complete, such as for "day"/"night" modes, holidays, etc. This release offers basic call traffic statistics and call detail record processing.
Release Notes: This release has a new "forward" plugin to forward registration when sipwitch is used to manage a secure VoIP realm in conjunction with an insecure IP PBX. It also provides destination dialing to IP PBX-managed "insecure" destinations from secure VoIP user agents. This makes it very easy for any organization to set up and deploy secure user agents in conjunction with already existing (insecure) VoIP infrastructure.