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- About Yate versions
- Yate 5.4.2 - 2 March 2015
- Yate 5.4 - 25 July 2014
- Yate 5.3 - 28 April 2014
- Yate 5.2 - 17 March 2014
- Yate 5 - 21 October 2013
- Yate 4.3 - 21 January 2013
- Yate 4.2 - 20 August 2012
- Yate 4.1 - 23 April 2012
- Yate 4.0 - 21 February 2012
- Yate 3.3 - 4 April 2011
- Yate 3.2 - 9th March 2011
- Yate 3.1.0
- Yate 3 alpha
- Yate 2
- Yate 1
- Mailing list
- Latest stable release
- SVN repository
- VOIP Today - Yate News
- Latest News
- Supported operating systems
- Supported telephony hardware
- Application Examples
Yet Another Telephony Engine
Yate is a softswitch with PBX features, which can be disabled. Due to fact that is very flexibile
it can be integrated with other services like Web. It runs under Linux, BSD and Windows.
About Yate versions
Yate 5.4.2 - 2 March 2015
- Support release for YateBTS 4.0.2
- Added SQLite database support in Windows
- Stability improvements
Yate 5.4 - 25 July 2014
- Support for YateBTS 4
- SIP improvements for Handover support in YateBTS
Yate 5.3 - 28 April 2014
- Added support for systemd based systems
- Fixed some concurrency issues in SIP channel.
Yate 5.2 - 17 March 2014
- Fixed a memory leak.
Yate 5 - 21 October 2013
- Added IPv6 support in SIP for LTE.
Yate 4.3 - 21 January 2013
- SCCP - GTT routing between different networks
- Stability improvements.
Yate 4.2 - 20 August 2012
- Adds SIP flood protection.
- Improves Jingle / Google Voice support.
- SIGTRAN links instability was solved.
Yate 4.1 - 23 April 2012
- iSAC codec
- better Gvoice support
- support for new Wanpipe drivers.
Fixes – T.38 and Mac client issues.
Yate 4.0 - 21 February 2012
- SS7 components for mobile operators - SCCP, TCAP, MAP and CAMEL
- LNP over ANSI SS7
- T.38 fax support over MGCP digital gateways
- Alerts, monitoring and logging.
- YateClient got a brand new face
- Better debugging informations
- Atomic operations used if architecture and compiler support them
Yate 3.3 - 4 April 2011
Minor update, mainly fixes:
- Support for GMail private chat conference rooms
- Internal microphones work on MacOS, now compiles on Mac OS X 10.6 too
- Handle some ANSI specific ISUP procedures and parameters
- Better detection of SS7 links misconfiguration
- Major stability issue fixed in H.323
- Minor stability fixes in SIP and RTP
Yate 3.2 - 9th March 2011
Bug Fixes in :
- CNAM/LNP lookup by SIP INVITE/3xx.
We have a "Release early, release often" policy.
This minor update adds or fixes the following:
- Chat room conversations are archived
- Tones can be customized form config file, sample file includes 40 countries
- Minor features added to SS7 ISUP, STP and M2PA
- Ringback can be provided from remote MGCP gateways
- Some infrequent memory leaks were fixed
Yate 3 alpha
- Mac OS X platform support
- Built-in Jabber server
- XML library using Yate classes
- SIP domains support
- Wideband audio support
- RTP stats, sends RTCP reports
- SSL support for remote manager connections
- Linux kernel SCTP support for SIGTRAN
- SIGTRAN M2PA implementation
- SS7 and ISUP improvments
- Support for more operating systems and hardware architectures
- Better integration in the target operating systems
- Easier interoperation with database schemas
- Support for more hardware interfaces and protocols
- Clustering, balancing and failover support, Linux-HA integration
- Improved client functionality
- Easier involvement of the Yate community
- MGCP for client-server and gateway control support added.
- SS7 support added
- ISDN new stack with passive recording support
- RBS and analogic cards support
Yate 1Yate version 1 is a direct result of the work on the Yate09 development versions.
We added features, made lots of improvments and fixed many problems.
The following notable features are available:
- H.323 - using OpenH323 stack
- IAX - using Yate's IAX stack
- SIP - using Yate's SIP stack
- Jingle - using Yate's XMPP and Jingle stacks (from version 1.2.0, works as another server's external component)
- RTP - using Yate's RTP stack, works with the H.323, SIP and Jingle protocols
- hardware support for Sangoma and Digium boards - only digital lines (ISDN) - using libpri
- analog fax send or receive file in Linux (only from version 1.1.0)
- audio codecs - G.711, GSM, iLBC, many other in pass-through mode
- databases support - mysql and postgresql (all the other by using an external language)
- routing from a file using regexroute
- routing and authentication
- from a database using register
- from a file using regfile
- from a RADIUS server
- call forking and fallbacks
- fallback routing from a database (starting with version 1.1.0)
- accounting and, or billing
- in a file using cdrfile
- in a database using register
- to a RADIUS server
- conferencing - the number of participants is limited only by the server's hardware performance
- customizable PBX for switching between calls, putting them on hold and initiating transfers and conferences
- a skinnable, Gtk-2 based graphical client interface supporting many lines and accounts at once
Latest stable release
released on March 8th 2010, adds T.38 terminal support and includes performance fixes
for SIP and Qt client.
VOIP Today - Yate News
Latest Newssipgate chooses open source project Yate for core infrastructure
Yate 3.0.0 alpha 3 released on May 3rd 2010. It provides new features, performance improvements and bug fixes.
Supported operating systems
Supported telephony hardware
- Rhino Equipment
- Yate documentation
- Mailing list
- IRC channel #yate on irc.freenode.net
- Commercial support from S.C. Null Team Impex SRL
- VoIP server
- VoIP client
- VoIP to PSTN gateway
- PC2Phone and Phone2PC gateway
- H.323 gatekeeper
- H.323 multiple endpoint server
- H.323<->SIP Proxy
- SIP session border controller
- SIP router
- SIP registration server
- Jingle server
- ISDN passive and active recorder
- IAX server and/or client
- IP Telephony server and/or client
- Call center server
- IVR engine
- Prepaid and/or postpaid cards system
- Jingle client or server
- SS7 switch
- ISDN , RBS , analog passive recorder
- MGCP gateway or server
- x164 is wholesale softswitch based on yate. x164 features advanced routing strategies to "cherry-picking" wholesale carriers.
- FreeSentral is a full IP PBX consisting of a Linux Distribution, an IP PBX and a Web Graphical User Interface for easy configuration.
LicensingYate is licensed under the GNU General Public License (GPL) with an exception to allow linking with OpenH323 and PWlib, which are both licensed under MPL.
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