|Summary:||ASTERISK-05870: iax/sip status sent to a proc|
|Reporter:||Philip Mullis (asteriskmonkey)||Labels:|
|Date Opened:||2005-12-19 13:44:47.000-0600||Date Closed:||2005-12-20 13:02:40.000-0600|
|Description:||would be nice to get sip and iax/iax2 connection latency status sent to a proc for ease of refernce for making programs aware of bad latency and notification|
would be a good feature especially for those with distributed offices.
some possilbe uses are
1) notification of bad network connections automatically
2) use this information to change pathways/routing to endpoints
|Comments:||By: Olle Johansson (oej) 2005-12-20 06:05:06.000-0600|
You already get this in manager as well as through dial plan functions. Are you looking for something else?
By: Philip Mullis (asteriskmonkey) 2005-12-20 06:29:19.000-0600
Yes this is definatly something else :)
The purpose of this would be to output it to a process , which could be then monitored/used by anything, without the need for logging into asterisk. (by proc i mean something like /proc/uptime
This would allow creation of external monitoring scripts that could be run by a cronjob to enhance quality control of client connections and enable monitoring/reporting of latency issues.
By: Russell Bryant (russell) 2005-12-20 13:02:27.000-0600
As oej has already stated, you can get this information with the combination of a diaplan function and the manager interface. This should be enough to suit your specific needs. Something like this is obviously very specific to Linux, so it is probably not a path we would want to take.