[asterisk-users] Blacklist callers from file

John Kiniston johnkiniston at gmail.com
Mon Aug 29 11:20:42 CDT 2016

Here is a quick and dirty bash script to do it that I wrote you.

if ( asterisk -rx "database deltree blacklist")
                echo "Blacklist Cleared"
                err "ERROR Failed to clear Blacklist, Exiting."
                exit 1;

while IFS=, read TN REASON
if ( asterisk -rx "database put blacklist \"${TN}\" \"${REASON}\"")
           echo "Inserted $TN $REASON to Blacklist"
         err "ERROR Insert Failed on $TN."
         exit 1;

done < blacklist.csv
unset IFS

It reads from the file blacklist.csv in the same directory with the format

On Sat, Aug 27, 2016 at 8:59 AM, tux john <atux at null.net> wrote:

> Hi. I would like to blacklist a few callers and I have been using the
> *CLI> database put blacklist 1234 "annoying callers". Instead of putting
> the same command for every user is there any way to have a file? Ideally a
> file in /opt that I would update the blacklisted numbers (add,remove). Is
> there anything like that, please?
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