Saturday, August 31, 2019

FreeSWITCH 1.2 (2nd Edition)

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A lot has happened in the three years since the original FreeSWITCH 1.0.6 book was released. At the time, FreeSWITCH 1.0 was only about two years old. A number of early adopters became staunch believers in this relative newcomer. Many others became introduced to FreeSWITCH with the help of a shiny new FreeSWITCH book from Packt Publishing. A few short years later the FreeSWITCH Cookbook was also released. Things were happening quickly.

In the meantime the FreeSWITCH team remained active in their development efforts. New features have been added and existing features have been optimized and enhanced. Even prior to the release of FreeSWITCH 1.2.0 we knew that we would eventually want to revise what we affectionately called the bridge book.

When writing of this edition began, FreeSWITCH 1.2.1 had just come out. In the ensuing months a number of subsequent versions were released. At the time of this writing, the FreeSWITCH project had just moved Version 1.2.8 to stable status, meaning no more features will be added, only bug fixes. The new development branch will eventually result in FreeSWITCH Version 1.4. Will we see a FreeSWITCH 1.4 book released in 2016? Only time will tell, but we wouldn't bet against it.

Like we did with the previous edition of this book, we want to answer a few important questions.

Is FreeSWITCH right for me? The correct answer is always the same, it depends. The FreeSWITCH development team and long-time users are often asked which telephony platform to use. The answer is always the same: use what works for you and your scenario. While we may favor FreeSWITCH we also recognize that every situation is different. If Asterisk or Yate is a better fit for what you want to accomplish then by all means use them. We are very bullish on open source software.

Chapter 1: Architecture of FreeSWITCH
Chapter 2: Building and Installation
Chapter 3: Test Driving the Example Configuration
Chapter 4: SIP and the User Directory
Chapter 5: Understanding the XML Dialplan
Chapter 6: Using XML IVRs and Phrase Macros
Chapter 7: Dialplan Scripting with Lua
Chapter 8: Advanced Dialplan Concepts
Chapter 9: Moving Beyond the Static XML Configuration
Chapter 10: Controlling FreeSWITCH Externally
Chapter 11: Web-based Call Control with mod_httapi
Chapter 12: Handling NAT
Chapter 13: VoIP Security
Chapter 14: Advanced Features and Further Reading
Appendix A: The FreeSWITCH Online Community
Appendix B: Migrating from Asterisk to FreeSWITCH
Appendix C: The History of FreeSWITCH

Author Details
"Anthony Minessale"

"Michael S Collins"

"Darren Schreiber"

"Raymond Chandler"

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