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Building Telephony Systems with OpenSIPS 1.6 by Flavio E. Goncalves

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The opensipsctl shell script

The opensipsctl utility is a shell script installed at /usr/sbin. It is used to manage OpenSIPS from the command line. It can be used to:

  • Start, stop, and restart OpenSIPS.
  • Show, grant, and revoke ACLs
  • Add, remove, and list aliases
  • Add, remove, and configure an AVP
  • Manage LCR (low-cost routes)
  • Manage RPID
  • Add, remove, and list subscribers
  • Add, remove, and show the usrloc table "in-ram"
  • Monitor OpenSIPS

We will learn several of its options in the following chapters. The output of the opensipsctl help command follows:

The opensipsctl shell script

The resource file—opensipsctlrc

This script is found at /etc/opensips. It is parsed by the opensipsctl utility to ...

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