Patch 1400120213001 for Briker 1.4

Briker Development Team has released a new patch for Briker IPPBX version 1.4, firmware 1400120213001. This new firmware also contains most part of firmware 1400111217002 except the Asterisk binary updates. New users may update their Briker 1.4 directly using this new firmware and skip firmware 1400111217002.

Change logs are as follow:

  • [pbx] upgrade to Asterisk 1.8.9.2 (WITHOUT hoard enabled)
  • [pbx] fix briker-patch improperly clean files in /home/support/updates
  • [pbx] fix unable to save CDR due to wrong mysql.sock location on cdr_mysql.conf
  • [pbx] fix dialplans to change deprecated ExecIf format
  • [pbx] fix dialplans to change wrong format on string comparison
  • [pbx] fix extension menu, use amp (&) instead of comma on codec allow/disallow
  • [lin] fix rc.local to change from installing .dev to .rpm

Upgrade to Asterisk 1.8.9.2 is necessary as this release is currently the latest and contains bug fixes and security fix.

Please download the firmware bpz file (20 MB) from one of our download server. You may select other server from our download menu.

Instructions to load the patch or firmware:

  1. Upload the bpz file to user ‘support’ home folder on your Briker 1.4 server
    • Please note that the  default SSH port for Briker 1.4 is 10001
    • You may use scp or winscp to upload the bpz file
  2. Login using SSH to your Briker 1.4 server as ‘support’
    • Please note that the  default SSH port for Briker 1.4 is 10001
  3. Do the following commands from Linux console
    • Please note the prompt $ and #
      $ su -
      # cd /home/support
      # briker-patch fw1400120213001.bpz
  4. Follow the patch instructions
    • please note that the patch is irreversible

Enjoy!

Patch 1400111217002 for Briker 1.4

Briker Development Team has released a new patch for Briker IPPBX version 1.4, firmware 1400111217002.

Change logs are as follow:

  • [pbx] upgrade to Asterisk 1.8.8.0 (still with hoard enabled, please share your experience)
  • [pbx] fix briker-patch improperly clean files in /home/support/updates
  • [pbx] fix unable to save CDR due to wrong mysql.sock location on cdr_mysql.conf
  • [pbx] fix dialplans to change deprecated ExecIf format
  • [pbx] fix dialplans to change wrong format on string comparison
  • [pbx] fix extension menu, use amp (&) instead of comma on codec allow/disallow
  • [lin] fix rc.local to change from installing .dev to .rpm

Upgrade to Asterisk 1.8.8.0 is necessary as this release is currently the latest and contains bug fixes and security fix.

Please download the firmware bpz file (21 MB) from one of our download server. You may select other server from our download menu.

Instructions to load the patch or firmware:

  1. Upload the bpz file to user ‘support’ home folder on your Briker 1.4 server
    • Please note that the  default SSH port for Briker 1.4 is 10001
    • You may use scp or winscp to upload the bpz file
  2. Login using SSH to your Briker 1.4 server as ‘support’
    • Please note that the  default SSH port for Briker 1.4 is 10001
  3. Do the following commands from Linux console
    • Please note the prompt $ and #
      $ su -
      # cd /home/support
      # briker-patch fw1400111217002.bpz
  4. Follow the patch instructions
    • please note that the patch is irreversible

Enjoy!

Version 1.4 Released

Briker Open Source IPPBX version 1.4 has been released. You may get the iso (535 MB) from the download section.

Code name: Komodo Dragon.

Included in this latest release are LTS (Long Term Support) version of Asterisk (currently using Asterisk 1.8.7.1), recent Digium hardware driver DAHDI version 2.5.0.1, recent Sangoma wanpipe driver, latest OpenVox patches and other recent release of supporting tools and applications. Experimental items that we include in this release are tools related to network management such as NAT and Firewall settings, VPN management, and a drop-in replacement for malloc(), The Hoard Memory Allocator, which we believe will improve overall performance.

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Selamat Datang Kembali

Selamat datang kembali di website Briker Open Source IPPBX. Disini anda dapat mengikuti perkembangan proyek Open Source untuk kebutuhan telekomunikasi yang dibangun dan dirakit oleh komunitas lokal.

Website ini kami update sederhananya karena memang sudah waktunya untuk update :) Dan waktunya pun tepat karena hari-hari ini kami sibuk mempersiapkan release terbaru Briker IPPBX yaitu versi 1.4.

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