Release Notes: Much expansion of integrated Web services for telephony, and introduction of telephony network eventing to allow remote clients to receive Bayonne events serialized as XML over HTTP. The ability to exchange Bayonne documents and audio over the integrated Web server. Support for new and special proxy mode authentication calling in the SIP driver.
Release Notes: This release completes the Bayonne XMLRPC service and adds a Unix local socket XMLRPC transport (for those not wishing to expose Bayonne internal API access over a network) and more user identity and destination dialing enhancements.
Release Notes: Support for using Bayonne to operate as a "public" Internet telephony portal or SIP proxy, including the ability for arbitrary outside parties to call Bayonne hosted URI destinations, forwarding and redirecting of calls, and support for virtual "named hosting" of dialing plans.
Release Notes: Dynamic runtime reloading of configuration keys and driver settings is now supported. New simplified dialplan rules for fast hash-based lookup of dialed destinations through dialed.conf. New did/callerid handling rules.
Release Notes: The introduction of integrated Bayonne XMLRPC services to manage and remotely control Bayonne. The introduction of PBX style call session management in the Bayonne architecture.
Release Notes: Zeroconf networking support was added through a new zeroconf plugin that talks to avahi over dbus and publishes Bayonne2 network resources (such as Bayonne SIP and Bayonne web services). Support for sending SNMP traps from the server and through scripting languages was integrated.
Release Notes: Code cleanup was done and new baseline libraries are used for future development: ccrtp >= 1.5.0, Common C++ >= 1.5.0, and ccscript3 >= 1.1.0.
Release Notes: Lots of minor enhancements were made in SIP operation, including the ability to specify answering mode attributes in registry and extension properties. Delayed answering and unbilling call rejection is supported, as well as extended 3g/ims answering handshakes, along with improvements in sdp negotiation and support for sdp codec attributes. Improvements have been made to silent filled audio in rtp (Bayonne normally defaults to supression of silent RTP packets to reduce network traffic).
Release Notes: Related hold and transfer/transfer recall of bridged calls on SIP extensions are now supported. Some improvement was done in call setup. Bridge based call detail reporting was introduced alongside segment reporting. Call connect modes were added for prepaid calling as well as for normal calling.
Release Notes: Server audio and scripting can be placed on hold and resumed under control of extension. Hold/resume has been integrated into webservices and monitor. Call bridges now generate separate billing records. Smarter use of reconnect through re-invite in peg legged SIP calling. Direct support for SIP gateways, both those registered through Bayonne and those associated with an external service provider.