Asterisk config sla.conf

From sla.conf:

; Configuration file for SLAs (Shared Line Appearances).

; Defining a SLA uses the following syntax:
;
; type => Technology/TechData
;
; type => trunk or station
; Technology => the channel driver (see show channeltypes)
; TechData => the data specific to the channel driver
;
; The Technology/TechData information is the same as that provided to the
; Dial application.
;

; define a SLA called junky
[junky]
trunk => SIP/10
station => SIP/15
station => SIP/16

;define a SLA called markster
[markster]
trunk => Zap/1
station => SIP/20

; Also you can see SLA infos via the CLI, by typing "sla show"


See also



Go back to Asterisk


From sla.conf:

; Configuration file for SLAs (Shared Line Appearances).

; Defining a SLA uses the following syntax:
;
; type => Technology/TechData
;
; type => trunk or station
; Technology => the channel driver (see show channeltypes)
; TechData => the data specific to the channel driver
;
; The Technology/TechData information is the same as that provided to the
; Dial application.
;

; define a SLA called junky
[junky]
trunk => SIP/10
station => SIP/15
station => SIP/16

;define a SLA called markster
[markster]
trunk => Zap/1
station => SIP/20

; Also you can see SLA infos via the CLI, by typing "sla show"


See also



Go back to Asterisk


Created by: nizon, Last modification: Tue 27 of Apr, 2010 (05:10 UTC) by olivier2831
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