I just attempted to fetch the ILBC codec support library (using the contributed script) to install
22.214.171.124. The download appeared to succeed (at least, no error message was shown) but when
I tried to build Asterisk, the compilation failed due to missing files.
It appears that the “www.ilbcfreeware.org” site no longer exists. Google has moved the ILBC
source code to become part of their “WebRTC” project, and it’s apparently necessary to
download the WebRTC sources to get it.
The “www.ilbcfreeware.org” site no longer resolves. The domain registration for
ILBCFREEWARE.ORG was last updated on August 26, and the two WorldNIC
name servers which are authoritative for this domain are returning "server failure"
responses to lookup requests.
It appears that a different method of retrieving the ILBC source code for inclusion
in Asterisk builds may be necessary.
I simply copied the “c”, “h”, and “Makefile” stuff from my Asterisk 1.6 build tree
into 126.96.36.199, and it seems to have built OK.