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2; alarmreceiver.conf
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4; Sample configuration file for the Asterisk alarm receiver application.
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8[general]
9
10;
11; Specify a timestamp format for the metadata section of the event files
12; Default is %a %b %d, %Y @ %H:%M:%S %Z
13
14timestampformat = %a %b %d, %Y @ %H:%M:%S %Z
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16;
17; Specify a command to execute when the caller hangs up
18;
19; Default is none
20;
21
22;eventcmd = yourprogram -yourargs ...
23
24;
25; Specify a spool directory for the event files. This setting is required
26; if you want the app to be useful. Event files written to the spool
27; directory will be of the template event-XXXXXX, where XXXXXX is a random
28; and unique alphanumeric string.
29;
30; Default is none, and the events will be dropped on the floor.
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32
33eventspooldir = /tmp
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35;
36; The alarmreceiver app can either log the events one-at-a-time to individual
37; files in the spool directory, or it can store them until the caller
38; disconnects and write them all to one file.
39;
40; The default setting for logindividualevents is no.
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42
43logindividualevents = no
44
45;
46; The timeout for receiving the first DTMF digit is adjustable from 1000 msec.
47; to 10000 msec. The default is 2000 msec. Note: if you wish to test the
48; receiver by entering digits manually, set this to a reasonable time out
49; like 10000 milliseconds.
50
51fdtimeout = 2000
52
53;
54; The timeout for receiving subsequent DTMF digits is adjustable from
55; 110 msec. to 4000 msec. The default is 200 msec. Note: if you wish to test
56; the receiver by entering digits manually, set this to a reasonable time out
57; like 4000 milliseconds.
58;
59
60sdtimeout = 200
61
62;
63; The loudness of the ACK and Kissoff tones is adjustable from 100 to 8192.
64; The default is 8192. This shouldn't need to be messed with, but is included
65; just in case there are problems with signal levels.
66;
67
68loudness = 8192
69
70;
71; The db-family setting allows the user to capture statistics on the number of
72; calls, and the errors the alarm receiver sees. The default is for no
73; db-family name to be defined and the database logging to be turned off.
74;
75
76;db-family = yourfamily:
77
78;
79; End of alarmreceiver.conf
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