[App_rpt-users] manually issue COP command?

Tim Sawyer tim.sawyer at me.com
Tue Jan 25 11:08:46 EST 2011


You do not have to assign a dtmf. 

Example: 
CLI> rpt cmd 2535 cop 1 0 

 The above command is a warm boot. 2535 is my node number. Notice the trailing 0 is needed to satisfy the command interpreter but has no meaning. 

Asterisk has command line help. Type "rpt cmd" and press enter will show options.

--
Tim
:wq

On Jan 24, 2011, at 9:02 PM, K&R Yoksh wrote:

>  
> Hello,
>  
> I'm wondering if there is a way to manually issue a COP command? I've tried to issue it from the CLI> prompt, but so far no luck..
>  
> I have been working on my DTMF commands, and after the below commands didn't work, I wanted to check the syntax.. Is it possible, or do I have to assign a DTMF in rpt.conf, restart Asterisk, and retry?
>  
> 1234 = cop,61,PP4=1      ; Turn on pp4
> Thanks. 73,
>  
> Kyle
> K0KN
>  
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