|Obihai VoIP Telephone Adapter: Obi100, Obi110, Obi200, Obi202?||http://www.obihai.com/|
|Google Voice or a SIP voice provider||(voip.ms, callcentric, others untested)|
|The NCID server||http://ncid.sourceforge.net/ncid/ncid.html|
--configfile <filename>, -C <filename> Specifies the configuration file to use. The program will still run if a configuration file is not found.
--debug, -D Debug mode, displays all messages that go into the log file. Use this option to run interactively. --delay <seconds>, -d <seconds> If the connection to the NCID server is lost, try every <delay> seconds to reconnect.
--help, -h Displays the help message and exits. --linefx <string>, -f <string> This option requires the OBiLINE FXO-to-USB Phone Line Adapter for the Obi2xx series. The Obi110 has it built in.
Normally FXO and FXS refer to line (telco) and phone (handset) respectively. OBiLINE changes the meaning of these to be FXO for incoming calls and FXS for outgoing calls, so by default FXO and FXS are used as the lineid and can not be changed.
However, if --linefx is given a value, it replaces both FXO and FXS with that value.
--linefx POTS will cause the lineid for incoming and outgoing calls to be POTS.
Default: no default
--logfile-append <filename>, -l <filename> --logfile-overwrite <filename>, -L <filename> Specifies the logfile name to write. The program will still run if it does not have permission to write to it.
If both options are present, --logfile-append takes precedence.
Default: Append to /var/log/obi2ncid.log
--man, -m Displays the manual page and exits. --ncidhost=<[host][:port]>, -n <[host][:port]> Specifies the NCID server. Port may be specified by suffixing the hostname with :<port>.
Input must be <host> or <host:port>, or <:port>.
--no-filter, -N Useful for development and troubleshooting purposes.
A list of zero or more filter lines is stored in obi2ncid.conf.
An Obihai device periodically sends out packets when it is doing its own internal housekeeping. Such packets do not have anything to do with call activity, but they can clutter and confuse verbose output because of their sheer volume and frequency.
However, in unusual circumstances it may be necessary to use the --no-filter option to include all housekeeping packets.
Default: filtering is ON
--obiport <port>, -o <port> Specifies the UDP port to listen on for Caller ID from an OBi device.
--pidfile <filename>, -p <filename> Specifies the pidfile name to write. The program will still run if it does not have permission to write a pidfile. The pid filename that should be used is /var/run/obi2ncid.pid.
Default: no pidfile
--rawfile-append <filename>, -r <filename> --rawfile-overwrite <filename>, -R <filename> Useful for development and troubleshooting purposes.
Writes packets to a file exactly as received from the gateway device. A filename extension of .data is suggested. The rawfile can be played back using test-obi-gw.
Raw packets from Obihai devices do not have a date/time stamp. When played back, the obi2ncid gateway script will treat the packets as arriving using the current date/time.
If both options are present, --rawfile-append takes precedence.
Default: no raw file
--test, -t Test mode is a connection to the gateway device without a connection to the NCID server. It sets debug mode and verbose = 3. The verbose level can be changed on the command line.
Default: no test mode
--verbose <1-9>, -v <1-9> Output information, used for the logfile and the debug option. Set the level to a higher number for more information. Levels range from 1 to 9, but not all levels are used.
Default: verbose = 1
--version, -V Displays the version and exits.
Start obi2ncid in test mode at verbose level 3 obi2ncid --test Start obi2ncid in test mode at verbose level 5 and keep a test log obi2ncid -t -v5 -L test.log Start obi2ncid in test mode and keep a file of the input data obi2ncid -t -R test.data Start obi2ncid in debug mode at verbose level 1 obi2ncid -D
ncidd.8, ncidd.conf.5, obi2ncid.conf.1 test-obi-gw (available in source distribution only)
|perl v5.20.3||OBI2NCID (1)||2016-04-03|