Release Notes: A number of bugfixes and improvements were made in Radius accounting and authentication, Virtual Queues, and on Windows.
Release Notes: All 2.0 features should now working except for LDAP support and Q.931 Setup authentication, which will be added soon.
Release Notes: This release adds a plain CDR text accounting logger module, a new commandline option (-u) to change the gatekeeper process owner, improved virtual queues, and full prepaid support.
Release Notes: There are very few new features, but it will compile out-of-the-box with OpenH323 1.12.0 and PWLib 1.5.0 using gcc 3.3. Since LDAP support has been dropped from OpenH323, LDAP support in GnuGk has been switched of by default. The old OpenH323 LDAP files have been added to this release, so you can compile LDAP support with HAS_LDAP=1, but this has barely been tested.
Release Notes: This release includes some bugfixes and support for Radius authentication.
Release Notes: The latest OpenH323 library is now used, some bugfixes were made, and simple inbound call management was added.
Release Notes: This is a new development version.
Release Notes: This release fixes large_fdsets and some other bugs.
Release Notes: There are a number of bugfixes in this release. Citron's NAT Technology that allows transparent penetration of NAT boxes has been added. Multiple endpoints and calls are now supported concurrently. The gatekeeper can sit behind a NAT box and register by endpoints with public IPs. A new extended fd_set structure has been added, which allows the gatekeeper to support thousands of concurrent calls in routed mode. Support for QoS has been added by adding TOS flags to RTP/RTCP packets.
Release Notes: This new, stable version allows ten thousands of registrations and thousands of concurrent calls, features an H.323 proxy, supports gatekeepers cluster by exchanging LRQ/LCF/LRJ, has various authentication methods (incl. H.235) and alternate gatekeepers for redundancy and load balancing, and generates CDRs.