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Asterisk CLI January 27, 2010

Posted by jbanju in System VoIP Asterisk.
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The Asterisk command line interface (CLI) is reached by using the Linux shell command
asterisk -r

If you want debugging output, add one or many v:s
asterisk -vvvvvr

The Asterisk server has to be running in the background for the CLI to start.

If you want to run a CLI command in a shell script, use the x option

asterisk -rx “logger reload”

For help in the CLI mode, use the help command. To get help on various applications you can use in the extensions.conf config file, use the show applications command.

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