[asterisk-users] Subscribe to events via ARI from node.js without sending to Stasis

Joshua Colp jcolp at digium.com
Sun Nov 27 17:44:15 CST 2016

On Wed, Nov 23, 2016, at 06:41 PM, Matt Riddell wrote:
> Hi,
> I'm writing a node.js backend to pass events via a websocket to a CRM.
> Basically what I want to do is notice when things happen (i.e. new
> channel, new bridge etc) without sending the channels to the Stasis app.
> The channels I'm interested in are agents who are in a queue only because
> they are in a realtime MySQL database for the queue_member_table.
> There doesn't appear to be a way to monitor general Asterisk events like
> you can in the Asterisk manager without polling for channel statuses or
> sending the channels to the Stasis app and recreating the logic of the
> Queue application.

You can subscribe to events for everything, but ARI events are a subset
of what are available over AMI so you may not get what you want. Events
raised by applications for example would not be present. You can
subscribe to all channels by subscribing to "channel:" using the
/applications/<app name>/subscription resource, and "bridge:" for all


Joshua Colp
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