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Asterisk Manager: Events


The following list of events was discovered by reading through the Asterisk source tree, with liberal applications of grep to help out. I will hopefully come back some day and document these. This is a definitive list of all the events and their fields that Asterisk generates as of 2004-09-02 CVS.

This list took a very long time to prepare, due to the non-uniformity of how events are triggered. I hope it helps you as much as it helped me. I have only checked the Zapata driver for events, please contribute events for the driver you use and make this reference complete! - David Wilson <dw at botanicus.net>.

Events were updated by Chris Shipman <cshipman@stealthdigitalservice.com> from log captures from the Asterisk Manager.


Agent Status Events


'Agentcallbacklogin' Event

Description:
[derived from chan_agent.c]

Data Sample:
Event: Agentcallbacklogin
Agent: <agent>
Loginchan: <loginchan>
Uniqueid: <uniqueid>

'Agentcallbacklogoff' Event

Description:
[derived from chan_agent.c]

Data Sample:
Event: Agentcallbacklogoff
Agent: <agent>
Loginchan: <loginchan>
Logintime: <logintime>
Reason: Autologoff
Uniqueid: <uniqueid>

Event: Agentcallbacklogoff
Agent: <agent>
Loginchan: <loginchan>
Logintime: <logintime>
Uniqueid: <uniqueid>

'AgentCalled' Event

Description:
[derived from app_queue.c]

Data Sample:
Event: AgentCalled
AgentCalled: <channel>
ChannelCalling: <channel>
CallerID: <callerid>
Context: <context>
Extension: <extension>
Priority: <priority>

'AgentComplete' Event

Description:
[derived from app_queue.c]

Data Sample:
Event: AgentComplete
Queue: <queue>
Uniqueid: <uniqueid>
Channel: <channel>
Member: <member>
MemberName: <membername>
HoldTime: <holdtime>
TalkTime: <talktime>
Reason: <reason>

'AgentConnect' Event

Description:
[derived from app_queue.c]

Data Sample:
Event: AgentConnect
Queue: <queue>
Uniqueid: <uniqueid>
Channel: <channel>
Member: <member>
MemberName: <membername>
Holdtime: <holdtime>
BridgedChannel: <bridgedchannel>

'AgentDump' Event

Description:
[derived from app_queue.c]

Data Sample:
Event: AgentDump
Queue: <queue>
Uniqueid: <uniqueid>
Channel: <channel>
Member: <member>
MemberName: <membername>

'Agentlogin' Event

Description:
[derived from chan_agent.c]

Data Sample:
Event: Agentlogin
Agent: <agent>
Channel: <channel>
Uniqueid: <uniqueid>

'Agentlogoff' Event

Description:
[derived from chan_agent.c]

Data Sample:
Event: Agentlogoff
Agent: <agent>
Logintime: <logintime>
Uniqueid: <uniqueid>

'QueueMemberAdded' Event

Description:
  1. Sent on Action QueueAdd
[derived from app_queue.c]

Data Sample:
Queue: testing
Location: Agent/AgentId
Membership: dynamic
Penalty: 0
CallsTaken: 0
LastCall: 0
Status: 4
Paused: 1

'QueueMemberPaused' Event

Description:
  1. Sent on Action: QueuePause
[derived from app_queue.c]

Data Sample:
Event: QueueMemberPaused
Location: <location>
MemberName: <membername>
Paused: <paused>

'QueueMemberStatus' Event

Description:
[derived from app_queue.c]


As far as I know Possible values are:
/*! Device is valid but channel didn't know state */
  1. define AST_DEVICE_UNKNOWN 0
/*! Device is not used */
  1. define AST_DEVICE_NOT_INUSE 1
/*! Device is in use */
  1. define AST_DEVICE_INUSE 2
/*! Device is busy */
  1. define AST_DEVICE_BUSY 3
/*! Device is invalid */
  1. define AST_DEVICE_INVALID 4
/*! Device is unavailable */
  1. define AST_DEVICE_UNAVAILABLE 5
/*! Device is ringing */
  1. define AST_DEVICE_RINGING 6
/*! Device is ringing *and* in use */
  1. define AST_DEVICE_RINGINUSE 7
/*! Device is on hold */
  1. define AST_DEVICE_ONHOLD 8

fernando.berretta@voipexperts.com.ar

Data Sample:
Event: QueueMemberStatus
Queue: <queue>
Location: <location>
MemberName: <membername>
Membership: <membership>
Penalty: <penalty>
CallsTaken: <callstaken>
LastCall: <lastcall>
Status: <status>
Paused: <paused>




Command Status Events



Call Status Events


'Cdr' Event

Description:
[derived from cdr_manager.c]

Must be enabled in cdr_manager.conf

[general]
enabled = yes

Data Sample:
Event: Cdr
AccountCode:
Source:
Destination:
DestinationContext:
CallerID:
Channel:
DestinationChannel:
LastApplication:
LastData:
StartTime:
AnswerTime:
EndTime:
Duration:
BillableSeconds:
Disposition:
AMAFlags:
UniqueID:
UserField:

'Dial' Event

Description:
[derived from app_dial.c]

Data Sample:
Event: Dial
Privilege: call,all
Source: Local/900@default-2dbf,2
Destination: SIP/900-4c21
CallerID: <unknown>
CallerIDName: default
SrcUniqueID: 1149161705.2
DestUniqueID: 1149161705.4

'ExtensionStatus' Event

Description:
[derived from manager.c]

Data Sample:
Event: ExtensionStatus
Exten: <ext>
Context: <context>
Status: <state>

'Hangup' Event

Description:
[derived from channel.c]

Data Sample:
Event: Hangup
Channel: SIP/101-3f3f
Uniqueid: 1094154427.10
Cause: 0

Cause Codes

  • UNALLOCATED = 1
  • NO ROUTE TRANSIT NET = 2
  • NO_ROUTE_DESTINATION = 3
  • CHANNEL_UNACCEPTABLE = 6
  • CALL_AWARDED_DELIVERED = 7
  • NORMAL_CLEARING = 16
  • USER_BUSY = 17
  • NO USER RESPONSE = 18
  • NO ANSWER = 19
  • CALL REJECTED = 21
  • NUMBER CHANGED = 22
  • DESTINATION OUT OF ORDER = 27
  • INVALID NUMBER FORMAT = 28
  • FACILITY REJECTED = 29
  • RESPONSE TO STATUS ENQUIRY = 30
  • NORMAL UNSPECIFIED = 31
  • NORMAL CIRCUIT CONGESTION = 34
  • NETWORK OUT OF ORDER = 38
  • NORMAL TEMPORARY FAILURE = 41
  • SWITCH CONGESTION = 42
  • ACCESS INFO DISCARDED = 43
  • REQUESTED CHAN UNAVAIL = 44
  • PRE EMPTED = 45
  • FACILITY NOT SUBSCRIBED = 50
  • OUTGOING CALL BARRED = 52
  • INCOMING CALL BARRED = 54
  • BEARERCAPABILITY NOTAUTH = 57
  • BEARERCAPABILITY NOTAVAIL = 58
  • BEARERCAPABILITY NOTIMPL = 65
  • CHAN NOT IMPLEMENTED = 66
  • FACILITY NOT IMPLEMENTED = 69
  • INVALID CALL REFERENCE = 81
  • INCOMPATIBLE DESTINATION = 88
  • INVALID MSG UNSPECIFIED = 95
  • MANDATORY IE MISSING = 96
  • MESSAGE TYPE NONEXIST = 97
  • WRONG MESSAGE = 98
  • IE NONEXIST = 99
  • INVALID IE CONTENTS = 100
  • WRONG CALL STATE = 101
  • RECOVERY ON TIMER EXPIRE = 102
  • MANDATORY IE LENGTH ERROR = 103
  • PROTOCOL ERROR = 111
  • INTERWORKING = 127
  • NOT DEFINED = 0

'MusicOnHold' Event

Description:
1. Occurs when a channel is placed on hold/unhold and music is played to the caller.

Data Sample:

Event: MusicOnHold
Channel: <Channel ID>
State: <Start/Stop>
Uniqueid: <Unique ID>

'Join' Event

Description:
[derived from app_queue.c]

Data Sample:
Event: Join
Channel: <channel>
CallerID: <callerid|unknown>
Queue: <queuename>
Position: <entryposition>
Count: <queuemembercount>

'Leave' Event

Description:
[derived from app_queue.c]

Data Sample:
Event: Leave
Channel: <channel>
Queue: <queuename>
Count: <queuemembercount>

'Link' Event

Description:
  1. Fired when two voice channels are linked together and voice data exchange commences.

Notes:
  1. Several Link events may be seen for a single call. This can occur when Asterisk fails to setup a native bridge for the call. As far as I can tell, this is when Asterisk must sit between two telephones and perform CODEC conversion on their behalf.

Data Sample:

Event: Link
Channel1: SIP/101-3f3f
Channel2: Zap/2-1
Uniqueid1: 1094154427.10
Uniqueid2: 1094154427.11

Note: in current version it replaced by Bridge event, example is
Channel2: SIP/1-1.1.1.1-0002ef99
Bridgestate: Link
Event: Bridge
Privilege: call,all
Uniqueid2: 1393028418.530941
Channel1: SIP/peer-local-0002ef98,
Bridgetype: core
Uniqueid1: 1393028346.530940
Timestamp: 1393028428.618726
CallerID1: 323187134981
CallerID2: 323187134981


'MeetmeJoin' Event

Description:
[derived from app_meetme.c]

Data Sample:
Event: MeetmeJoin
Channel: <channel>
Uniqueid: <uniqueid>
Meetme: <meetme>
Usernum: <usernum>

'MeetmeLeave' Event

Description:
[derived from app_meetme.c]

Data Sample:
Event: MeetmeLeave
Channel: <channel>
Uniqueid: <uniqueid>
Meetme: <meetme>
Usernum: <usernum>

'MeetmeStopTalking' Event

Description:
[derived from app_meetme.c]

Notes:
  1. This requires the T option on the meetme application

Data Sample:

Event: MeetmeStopTalking
Privilege: call,all
Channel: SIP/200-ABC1
Uniqueid: 1234567890.1
Meetme: 400
Usernum: 2

'MeetmeTalking' Event

Description:
[derived from app_meetme.c]

Notes:
  1. This requires the T option on the meetme application

Data Sample:

Event: MeetmeTalking
Privilege: call,all
Channel: SIP/200-ABC1
Uniqueid: 1234567890.1
Meetme: 400
Usernum: 2

'MessageWaiting' Event

Description:
[derived from app_voicemail.c]

Data Sample:
Event: MessageWaiting
Mailbox: <mailbox>@<context>
Waiting: <count>
New: <number>
Old: <number>

Event: MessageWaiting
Mailbox: <context>
Waiting: <count>

'Newcallerid' Event

Description:
[derived from channel.c]

Data Sample:
Event: Newcallerid
Channel: <channel>
Callerid: <callerid>
Uniqueid: <uniqueid>

'Newchannel' Event

Description:
[derived from channel.c]

Data Sample:
Event: Newchannel
Channel: Zap/2-1
State: Rsrvd
Callerid: <unknown>
Uniqueid: 1094154427.11

Event: Newchannel
Channel: SIP/101-3f3f
State: Ring
Callerid: 101
Uniqueid: 1094154427.10

'Newexten' Event

Description:
  1. Fired whenever a pbx function (such as execution of dialplan) occurs

Data Sample:
Event: Newexten
Channel: SIP/101-00c7
Context: macro-ext
Extension: s
Priority: 3
Application: Goto
AppData: s-BUSY
Uniqueid: 1094154321.8

Event: Newexten
Channel: SIP/101-3f3f
Context: local_extensions
Extension: 917070
Priority: 1
Application: AGI
AppData: /etc/asterisk/agi/ks_doorman_pickup.py|channel_up
Uniqueid: 1094154427.10

Event: Newexten
Channel: SIP/101-3f3f
Context: local_extensions
Extension: 917070
Priority: 2
Application: Dial
AppData: Zap/G1/17070
Uniqueid: 1094154427.10

'ParkedCall' Event

Description:
[derived from res_features.c]

Data Sample:
Event: ParkedCall
Exten: <parkexten>
Channel: <channel>
From: <from>
Timeout: <timeout>
CallerID: <callerid>

'Rename' Event

Description:
[derived from channel.c: channel 'rename' event]

Data Sample:
Event: Rename
Oldname: <oldname>
Newname: <newname>
Uniqueid: <uniqueid>

'SetCDRUserField' Event

Description:
[derived from app_setcdruserfield.c]

Data Sample:

'Unlink' Event

Description:
  1. Fired when a link between two voice channels is discontinued, for example, just before call completion.

Notes:
  1. Several Unlink events may be seen for a single call. This can occur when Asterisk fails to setup a native bridge for the call. As far as I can tell, this is when Asterisk must sit between two telephones and perform CODEC conversion on their behalf.

Data Sample:

Event: Unlink
Channel1: SIP/101-3f3f
Channel2: Zap/2-1
Uniqueid1: 1094154427.10
Uniqueid2: 1094154427.11
Note: in current version it replaced by Bridge event, example is
Channel2: SIP/1-1.1.1.1-0002ef99
Bridgestate: Unlink
Event: Bridge
Privilege: call,all
Uniqueid2: 1393028418.530941
Channel1: SIP/peer-local-0002ef98,
Bridgetype: core
Uniqueid1: 1393028346.530940
Timestamp: 1393028428.618726
CallerID1: 323187134981
CallerID2: 323187134981

'UnParkedCall' Event

Description:
[derived from res_features.c]

Data Sample:




Log Status Events



System Status Events


'Alarm' Event:

Description:
[derived from chan_zap.c]

Data Sample:
Event: Alarm
Alarm: <(Red|Yellow|Blue|No|Unknown) Alarm|Recovering|Loopback|Not Open|None>
Channel: <channel>

'AlarmClear' Event:

Description:
[derived from chan_zap.c]

Data Sample:
Event: AlarmClear
Channel: <channel>

'DNDState' Event:

Description:
[derived from chan_dahdi.c]

Data Sample:
Event: DNDState
Channel: Zap/1
Status: <enabled|disabled>

'LogChannel' Event

Description:
[derived from logger.c]

Data Sample:
Event: LogChannel
Channel: /var/log/asterisk/messages
Enabled: Yes

Event: LogChannel
Channel: /var/log/asterisk/messages
Enabled: No
Reason: 13 - Permission denied


'PeerStatus' Event

Description:
  1. Fired when a peer registers/unregisters with Asterisk
[derived from chan_sip.c, chan_iax2.c]

Data Sample:
Event: PeerStatus
Peer: SIP/2005
PeerStatus: Registered

Event: PeerStatus
Peer: SIP/2005
PeerStatus: Unregistered
Cause: Expired

Event: PeerStatus
Peer: IAX2/2007
PeerStatus: <Lagged|Reachable|Unreachable>
Time: 1000


'Registry' Event

Description:
  1. Fired when Asterisk registers with a peer
[derived from chan_sip.c, chan_iax2.c]

Notes:
For an entry like:
register => username:password:authname@sip.domain:port/local_contact
Domain would reflect the value of sip.domain

Data Sample:
Event: Registry
Channel: SIP
Domain: sip.domain
Status: Registered

'Reload' Event

Description:
  1. Fired when the "RELOAD" console command is executed.
[derived from manager.c]

Data Sample:
Event: Reload
Message: Reload Requested

'Shutdown' Event

Description:
[derived from asterisk.c]

Data Sample:
Event: Shutdown
Shutdown: <Uncleanly|Cleanly>
Restart: <True|False>


User Status Events


'UserEvent' Event

Description:
[derived from app_userevent.c]

Data Sample:
Event: <event>
Channel: <channel>
Uniqueid: <uniqueid>

Event: <event>
Channel: <channel>
Uniqueid: <uniqueid>
<body>


Verbose Status Events




Unformatted and Undocumented



Newstate:

    Event: Newstate
    Channel: Zap/2-1
    State: Dialing
    Callerid: 101
    Uniqueid: 1094154427.11

    Event: Newstate
    Channel: Zap/2-1
    State: Up
    Callerid: 101
    Uniqueid: 1094154427.11


ParkedCallsComplete:
    [sent following an Action: ParkedCalls]

    Event: ParkedCallsComplete

QueueParams:
    [sent following an Action: Queues]


    Event: QueueParams
    Queue: sales
    Max: 0
    Calls: 0
    Holdtime: 0
    Completed: 0
    Abandoned: 0
    ServiceLevel: 0
    ServicelevelPerf: 0.0

QueueMember:
    [sent following an Action: Queues if a queue has members]

    Event: QueueMember
    Queue: sales
    Location: SIP/101
    Membership: dynamic
    Penalty: 0
    CallsTaken: 0
    LastCall: 0

QueueStatusEnd:
    [sent following an Action: Queues to signify end of output]

    Event: QueueStatusEnd

Status:

    Event: Status
    Channel: Zap/2-1
    CallerID: 101
    Account:
    State: Up
    Link: SIP/101-5cf0
    Uniqueid: 1094166088.26

    Event: Status
    Channel: SIP/101-5cf0

    CallerID: 101
    Account:
    State: Up
    Context: local_extensions
    Extension: 917070
    Priority: 2
    Seconds: 11
    Link: Zap/2-1
    Uniqueid: 1094166088.25


StatusComplete:
    [sent on end of Status events after Action: status]

    Event: StatusComplete



ZapShowChannels:
    [sent on Action: ZapShowChannels]


    Event: ZapShowChannels
    Channel: 2
    Signalling: FXS Kewlstart
    Context: pstn_menu
    Alarm: No Alarm


ZapShowChannelsComplete:
    [send on Action: ZapShowChannels end]

    Event: ZapShowChannelsComplete


Created by: dw, Last modification: Sat 22 of Feb, 2014 (01:25 UTC) by arheops


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