Asterisk Support
how to use Asterisk with CallN

Asterisk is an open source communications framework that allows you to create IP addressable PBX systems, VoIP gateways, conference servers and other custom solutions.

CallN works with Asterisk by providing an Asterisk Call Recorder so you can use the powerful features of CallN to review, report on and have insight into your calls.

CallN provides you with a daemon to monitor your Asterisk server for new call recordings. It will then upload each call recording directly to your personal CallN account via a secure 2048bit SSL encrypted connection so you can rest assured that your data remains secure.

See below for Asterisk Downloads and Change Logs.

To learn more about Asterisk we encourage you to visit their website at

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Asterisk 1.0.1

Version 1.0.1, January 13, 2015
(50 KB)
  • CentOS and Debian (32-bit / 64-bit)
  • English (US)

To view the related documentation click on the link below:

Doc 1.0.1

Version 1.0.1  Change Log Notes
[ 13 January 2015 ]
  • Changed – Added a make clean option for maintenance and convention.
  • Fixed – Remove dependency on curl/types.h as it is unnecessary and depreciated in later linux versions.
  • Fixed – Moved argument location of -lcurl within g++ command line as order requirements have changed in later compiler versions.

Asterisk Change Log

older Asterisk clients & documentation

Here you will find older versions of our Asterisk clients along with a change log and corresponding documentation of what was changed in the software.

Version 1.0.0
20 November 2012
  • Initial Release.

Asterisk 1.0.0

Doc 1.0.0

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