Auerswald Callnotifier for COMpact 3000
Connects to the debug port of your Auerswald Compact 3000 telephony switchboard and listens for incoming calls. It will notify you whenever a call comes in.
It also listens for outgoing calls if you want that, and you can log incoming and/or outgoing calls into a file or a database.
Callnotifier is able to resolve the names of calls via LDAP and the caller location city names via OpenGeoDb.
- Clone the git repository
- Install dependencies
- Configure the tool
- PEAR's Console_CommandLine package
- PEAR's Net_LDAP2 package for LDAP name resolution
- curl for the dreambox notifier
Adjust user and group name and callnotifier path
Enable the service:
$ systemctl daemon-reload $ systemctl enable auerswald-callnotifier $ systemctl start auerswald-callnotifier $ systemctl status auerswald-callnotifier
Enable the debug port by activating
- Server configuration
- D channel output via IP D channel output via IP on/off
- Server configuration
- D-Kanal über IP ausgeben D-Kanal über IP ausgeben ein-/ausschalten
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It contains examples for every plugin. Adjust them as you need and remove the ones you do not need.
Logging plugins allow you to specify when calls shall be logged:
startingCall- when the call is coming in, and the telephone rings
finishedCall- when the call has ended
Furthermore you may decide which calls to log:
i- Log incoming calls only
o- Log outgoing calls only
io- Log both incoming and outgoing calls
There are two types of plugins: Detailler and Logger. Detaillers load additional details to a call - e.g. a name - and loggers can do anything, e.g. write a log file or send a XMPP message.
Plugins that fetch additional details to calls are named "detailler".
The plugin determines the name for a telephone number by looking up a LDAP directory.
It retrieves the name of the caller for incoming calls, and the name of the telephonee for outgoing calls.
It searches the following LDAP attributes:
$callMonitor->addDetailler( new CallMonitor_Detailler_LDAP( array( 'host' => 'ldap.home.cweiske.de', 'basedn' => 'ou=adressbuch,dc=cweiske,dc=de', 'binddn' => 'cn=readonly,ou=users,dc=cweiske,dc=de', 'bindpw' => 'readonly' ) ) );
The plugin determines the location (city) for a telephone number by checking the area code (prefix number) against a OpenGeoDB SQL database.
If several locations share the same area code, the one with the most inhabitants is used.
If you use this plugin, you need to run
on the OpenGeoDB database to create an indexed table with all relevant
information needed by the plugin.
$callMonitor->addDetailler( new CallMonitor_Detailler_OpenGeoDb( 'mysql:host=dojo;dbname=opengeodb', 'opengeodb-read', 'opengeodb' ) );
Logger handle react on events like incoming or outgoing calls, if they start or finish, or on any data received from the ISDN bus.
- Log calls in a SQL database
- Send messages on incoming calls to the DreamBox satellite receiver
- Log to the command line. Helpful for debugging.
- Log finished calls into a text file
- Log finished calls into a text file, newest on top
- Use the unix
notify-sendcommand on starting and finished calls
- Send an XMPP headline message for incoming calls to one or multiple users.
Ctrl+C does not send the disconnect command. This is a problem with PHP since pcntl_signal handling and blocking sockets do not work together. The signal will not be handled.
Auerswald callnotifier is licensed under the terms of the GPLv3 or later.
Original git website: https://git.cweiske.de/auerswald-callnotifier.git