How to check Asterisk modules?
Check Module Loaded and Running States From the Asterisk CLI you can use the ‘module show’ commands to identify the state of a module. Previous to Asterisk 12, you could only see if the module is loaded. However it may not actually be running (usable).
Where are Asterisk modules?
Asterisk modules are usually installed to the /usr/lib/asterisk/modules folder.
How do you unload a module in Asterisk?
Usage: module unload [-f|-h] [ ] Unloads the specified module from Asterisk. The -f option causes the module to be unloaded even if it is in use (may cause a crash) and the -h module causes the module to be unloaded even if the module says it cannot, which almost always will cause a crash.
How do I access FreePBX command line?
To access the command prompt, log-in to the machine where you installed FreePBX/Asterisk using your “root” username and password. You can do so by accessing the keyboard of the machine where you installed FreePBX, or remotely using an SSH client such as Putty.
How do I restart asterisk?
Restarting Asterisk without shutting down
- At the Asterisk command line prompt: CLI> restart now.
- Or at the Linux command prompt: root@pbx:~ $ amportal restart.
- Or if you want to shut it down, and then start it up later: root@pbx:~ $ amportal stop. root@pbx:~ $ amportal start.
How do I find my Asterisk version?
And you may now enter “Asterisk -V” to get the version without entering the Asterisk Command line. If you enter “asterisk -r” or “asterisk -R” instead, you’ll get a Remote Command Line for asterisk, and you’ll need to enter “exit” to get back to the Linux (OS) command line.
How do I update FreePBX modules?
To install module updates via the GUI, first, you’ll need to get a list of available updates. Starting in FreePBX 14, these can be found in Admin > Updates > Module Updates. In previous versions, see Admin > Module Admin. To see available updates, click the “Check Online” button near the top of the page.
How do I know if Asterisk is running?
To see if Asterisk is “seeing” a connection, use “asterisk -rvvv” to connect to the running Asterisk console. Use “sip show peers” or “iax2 show peers” to see if your phones and trunks are connected properly.
How do you stop Asterisk gracefully?
- To shut down Asterisk, issue core stop gracefully : asterisk-server*CLI> core stop gracefully Disconnected from Asterisk server Asterisk cleanly ending (0).
- You can start Asterisk in the foreground, with an attached root console, using the -c option: # asterisk -c Asterisk 11.9.0, Copyright (C) 1999 – 2014 Digium, Inc.
How do I check my Freepbx version?
In the System Admin Module: Open the System Admin module in the GUI, and look for the PBX Firmware version number in the module’s home page: If you do not see the PBX Firmware version number, you are not using the official FreePBX Distro.