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LSDAHDI(8)						User Contributed Perl Documentation						LSDAHDI(8)

NAME
lsdahdi - List all dahdi channels with their types and spans. SYNOPSIS
lsdahdi DESCRIPTION
Example output: ### Span 1: WCTDM/0 "Wildcard TDM400P REV E/F Board 1" 1 FXO FXOLS (In use) 2 FXS FXSKS 3 FXS FXSKS 4 FXS FXSKS ### Span 2: XBUS-00/XPD-00 "Xorcom XPD #00/00: FXO" 5 FXO FXSKS (In use) 6 FXO FXSKS (In use) (no pcm) 7 FXO FXSKS (In use) (no pcm) 8 FXO FXSKS (In use) (no pcm) 9 FXO FXSKS (In use) (no pcm) 10 FXO FXSKS (In use) (no pcm) 11 FXO FXSKS (In use) (no pcm) 12 FXO FXSKS (In use) (no pcm) ### Span 3: XBUS-00/XPD-10 "Xorcom XPD #00/10: FXO" 13 FXO FXSKS (In use) (no pcm) 14 FXO FXSKS (In use) (no pcm) 15 FXO FXSKS (In use) (no pcm) 16 FXO FXSKS (In use) (no pcm) 17 FXO FXSKS (In use) (no pcm) 18 FXO FXSKS (In use) (no pcm) 19 FXO FXSKS (In use) (no pcm) 20 FXO FXSKS (In use) (no pcm) ... ### Span 6: XBUS-01/XPD-00 "Xorcom XPD #01/00: FXS" 37 FXS FXOLS (In use) 38 FXS FXOLS (In use) (no pcm) 39 FXS FXOLS (In use) (no pcm) 40 FXS FXOLS (In use) (no pcm) 41 FXS FXOLS (In use) (no pcm) 42 FXS FXOLS (In use) (no pcm) 43 FXS FXOLS (In use) (no pcm) 44 FXS FXOLS (In use) (no pcm) 45 Output FXOLS (In use) (no pcm) 46 Output FXOLS (In use) (no pcm) 47 Input FXOLS (In use) (no pcm) 48 Input FXOLS (In use) (no pcm) 49 Input FXOLS (In use) (no pcm) 50 Input FXOLS (In use) (no pcm) The first column is the type of the channel (port, for an analog device) and the second one is the signalling (if set). FILES
lsdahdi is a somewhat glorified 'cat /proc/dahdi/*' . Unlike that command, it sorts the spans with the proper order. It also formats the output slightly differently. perl v5.14.2 2010-03-03 LSDAHDI(8)

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dahdi_scan(8)						      System Manager's Manual						     dahdi_scan(8)

NAME
dahdi_scan -- Print Configuration of DAHDI Spans SYNOPSIS
dahdi_scan [spans] DESCRIPTION
dahdi_scan prints information about DAHDI spans in the system. For analog spans it also provides a list of channels. By default it prints information about all the spans in the system. However if parameters are provided, they will be considered to be a list of span numbers and information will be printed for them. Output is printed to the standard output. The format is that of an Asterisk configuration file (similar to a "ini" configuration file), where the name of the section is the number of the span. Note that the specifically for analog spans some keys may appear more than once, and hence you can not use a parser for an "ini" format and assume you have a dictionary. EXAMPLES
Printing information for spans 1, 2 and 4: dahdi_scan 1 2 4 And to print all the spans: dahdi_scan Information about a certain analog span: [5] active=yes alarms=OK description=Xorcom XPD #00/10: FXS name=XBUS-00/XPD-10 manufacturer=Xorcom Inc. devicetype=Astribank: Unit 1 Subunit 0: FXS location=usb-0000:00:03.3-4 basechan=125 totchans=8 irq=0 type=analog port=125,FXS port=126,FXS port=127,FXS port=128,FXS port=129,FXS port=130,FXS port=131,FXS port=132,FXS And an example of a digital span: [1] active=yes alarms=RED description=T2XXP (PCI) Card 0 Span 1 name=TE2/0/1 manufacturer=Digium devicetype=Wildcard TE205P (4th Gen) location=Board ID Switch 0 basechan=1 totchans=24 irq=193 type=digital-T1 syncsrc=0 lbo=0 db (CSU)/0-133 feet (DSX-1) coding_opts=B8ZS,AMI framing_opts=ESF,D4 coding=B8ZS framing=ESF The "type" field may contain: "analog", "digital-T1", "digital-E1", "digital-J1" or "digital-BRI". FILES
Requires read access to /dev/dahdi/ctl . SEE ALSO
dahdi_cfg(8), asterisk(8). BUGS
The program still does not do everything described in the man page. It also assumes that spans don't skip channel numbers, and that their channel numbers are "running". This is anyway almost always the case. And always the case in a normal boot process. AUTHOR
This manual page was written by Tzafrir Cohen <tzafrir.cohen@xorcom.com> Permission is granted to copy, distribute and/or modify this docu- ment under the terms of the GNU General Public License, Version 2 any later version published by the Free Software Foundation. On Debian systems, the complete text of the GNU General Public License can be found in /usr/share/common-licenses/GPL. 2008-03-18 dahdi_scan(8)
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