How to see what is going on in your Ceros
Have you ever wondered how to check to see if your cards are configured? How about to see what happens when you make a call? This quick guide will show you how to monitor the various aspects of you PBX. Three main monitors include: asteriskcli, zttool, and ztmonitor
FunctionsThe AsteriskCLI is the main asterisk command line interface. It allows you to look at registered extensions, channels that are in-use, and can output call information if configured properly. To access the AsteriskCLI, enter the command asterisk -r.
The zttool shows the current status of the Zaptel interface cards plugged into the computer. It displays values like Current Alarms, SyncSource, Tx/Rx Levels for each Zaptel interface.
The ztmonitor monitors a specific zaptel channel. It gives you a visual representation of the sound strengths and makes it easy to see if the received or transmitted signals are too high or out of balance.
More InformationTo find out more information about asteriskcli, zttool, ztmonitor or any linux command. Use the command "man <command>" (no quotes) where <command> is the command you want to find more information about
Applies ToTrixbox, Elastix, PBX in a Flash, and any other distributions of Linux that have Asterisk installed
Keywordsasterisk, ztmonitor, zttool, monitor, cli, Zaptel