[asterisk-users] check channels
felipe.figueiredo86 at gmail.com
Mon Aug 9 14:21:31 CDT 2010
but the system won't know exactly how many channels are being used right? if
I use the asterisk -rx cmd, this is the result:
Zap/63-1 (None) Up Bridged Call(SIP/xxx)
It won't show how many zap channels are busy ..... I need to count the busy
channels, and with the count results, dial to an exten and tell how many
channels are busy ;
On Mon, Aug 9, 2010 at 4:14 PM, Danny Nicholas <danny at debsinc.com> wrote:
> *From:* asterisk-users-bounces at lists.digium.com [mailto:
> asterisk-users-bounces at lists.digium.com] *On Behalf Of *Felipe Figueiredo
> *Subject:* [asterisk-users] check channels
> >Hi guys,
> >is there a way to see how many channels of an specific tecnology are
> being used?
> >Like, i have a zap card, e1 (30 channels), and there are 10 channels
> being used at this moment. When the E1 reaches 15 busy channels I need to
> receive a call or something like this, telling me that 15 of 30 channels are
> busy. How can I do this?
> /usr/sbin/asterisk –rx “core show channels”|grep Zap will show you how many
> Zap channels are open at any moment. You can grep for SIP, Zap or DAHDI (or
> IAX) depending on your release/technology.
> To do this as you specified, you would record a message (say busy15.gsm)
> and set up a call file to call yourself and play the busy15 message. I used
> to have my Asterisk call me whenever it restarted this way.
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