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Asterisk Command Line Tricks


Once you login to your AllStarLink server you can access asterisk by typing asterisk -vvvr. Type quit to get out of the asterisk CLI. If you made any changes to any file in /etc/asterisk I have found that rebooting the server is better. not all reloads work.

note I use port 4570. Yours might be 4569.

Check to see if your register to the ASL server.

Host is the registry server, dnsmgr should be Y, Username = node number, Perceived is your public IP address and UDP port number, Refresh is the rate and State, well I think you know.

2063*CLI> iax2 show registry
Host                  dnsmgr  Username    Perceived             Refresh  State   Y       2064            60  Registered   Y       2063            60  Registered

Use CLI to accept input to a node

rpt fun 2063 *81          ; Tells the time
rpt fun 2063 *32100    ; Connects to node 2100