[App_rpt-users] Temporary stop, then restart asterisk
tisawyer at gmail.com
Sat May 27 22:56:01 EDT 2017
What? That's a weird way to do it when you could just:
85 = cop,2
86 = cop,3
Besides calling scripts when you don't have to is bad form and dangerous.
On Fri, May 26, 2017 at 10:26 AM, Bryan D. Boyle <bdboyle at bdboyle.com>
> or...assign a couple DTMF functions in rpt.conf, for instance:
> 85 = cmd,/etc/asterisk/scripts/enable.sh
> 86 = cmd,/etc/asterisk/scripts/disable.sh
> where, in a /scripts directory under /etc/asterisk, there are two scripts
> as above...
> /usr/sbin/asterisk -rx "rpt cmd nodenumber cop 2 nodenumber"
> (replace the 2 with a 3)
> chmod 755 [enable.sh, disable.sh]
> rpt reload
> lots of ways to skin the cat. Remember, not only is asterisk/allstar
> functionally rich...but you can also use the underlying OS to do many
> wonderful and various things both to itself as well as the application.
> There are no limits to the creativity...
> On 5/26/2017 12:43 PM, Steve Zingman wrote:
>> As you said, it was when DIAL first released for the RPi so it's 1.0
>> From the asterisk CLI:
>> rpt cmd 1999 cop 2 1999 <------------ system enable
>> rpt cmd 1999 cop 3 1999 <------------ system disable
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