I need a script to run on a TrixBox PBX Server (Asterisk [url removed, login to view] running on CentOS 4.4) to facilitate interface to a call accounting system.
What I need is a script to run on the server which will monitor the TrixBox systems current call data recording file ([url removed, login to view] I believe) on a live basis for changes.
As new records come in, I need the script to parse the record to pull out specific data such as extention, number called, duration of call and send the data to the serial port on the server where my call accounting will read it in.
The serial string needs to be in a fixed width format (i.e. each piece of data must be in the same position in the string at all times).
The output sent across the serial port needs to be something like this;
01/01/07 08:05AM 400 13056751820 00:02:30 0001
where 400 is the extention, 13056751820 is the number called, 00:02:30 is the duration of the call (HH:MM:SS) and 0001 is the trunk number.
The script needs to run automatically once the box starts up.
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Not 100% certain, but from what I can gather, Linux - CentOS 4.4 running Asterisk [url removed, login to view]