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Manual Reference Pages  -  NCIDD.CONF (5)

NAME

ncidd.conf - ncidd configuration file

CONTENTS

Description
Examples
See Also

DESCRIPTION

The ncidd.conf file contains the configuration information for ncidd, the Network Caller ID Server.

The ncidd.conf file is used to set options. Options are set on a command line. A line is broken up into words. A word is either a string of non-blank characters, everything between double quotes, or an equal sign.

The ncidd.conf file understands 4 types of lines:
blank line
  ignored
comment line, beginning with ’#’
  ignored
command lines, beginning with ’send’
  send DATATYPE
  where DATATYPE = cidlog or cidinfo
command lines, beginning with ’set’
  set ITEM = VALUE [ITEM = VALUE] [...]
  where ITEM = blacklist, cidalias, cidlog, cidlogmax, cidnoname, datalog, genid, blacklist, initcid, initstr, lineid, lockfile, nomodem, noserial, pidfile, port, send, ttyclocal, ttyport, ttyspeed, verbose, whitelist

EXAMPLES

Send the CID log to each client at connect:

        send cidlog

Send the ring count, at each ring, to each client


        send cidinfo

Set the modem for Caller ID:


        set initcid = "AT#CID=1"

Set the modem port for a USB modem:


        set ttyport=/dev/ttyACM0

Set the Telephone Line Indicator for the modem:


        set lineid = POTS

Ignore modems that do not send Caller ID:


        set gencid = 0

Automatically hangup on a call in the blacklist using a modem:


        set hangup = 1

Only use Gateways to obtain the Caller ID:


        set noseriel = 1

SEE ALSO

ncidd.8 ncidd.alias.5 ncidd.blacklist.5
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