Release Notes: This new release contains a complete rewrite of the core applications, and is far more readable and extendable than before. It also adds support for Mac OS X.
Release Notes: This release fixes some minor issue with SRV record support and issue when compiling on BSD. It now supports IPv6 networks. A small change was made in the API for plugins.
Release Notes: A bug in the Windows version that used all of the CPU has been fixed. Some memory leaks have been fixed.
Release Notes: This release has been tested against a test suite provided by CERT. It fixes some bugs and memory leak discovered using those tests. It also contains many improvements and some new features.
Release Notes: Multicast support, experimental NAT support, a new filter plugin, and a bugfix in the configuration for serverip.
Release Notes: This new release has been tested with more SIP IP-phones. It now supports installation as a service (Win32) and contains fixes for SRV records and address resolutions support.
Release Notes: This is a complete new design which improve reliablity and responsivness. CANCEL requests are now completely supported.
Release Notes: This release fixes an interoperability issue with MSN messenger and corrects the automatic detection of IPs on Linux. To avoid looping, you can now declare a list of virtual hostnames instead of only one.
Release Notes: This version comes with 7 plugins which can do authentication, SIP registration, and which can act as a SIP stateless proxy or redirect server. Stateful mode and a Windows version are not yet available.