Listen to a channel, and optionally whisper into it.


This application is used to listen to the audio from an Asterisk channel. This includes the audio coming in and out of the channel being spied on. Only channels created by outgoing calls for the specified extension will be selected for spying. If the optional context is not supplied, the current channel's context will be used. While spying, the following actions may be performed: - Dialing '#' cycles the volume level. - Dialing '*' will stop spying and look for another channel to spy on. NOTE: The <X> option supersedes the three features above in that if a valid single digit extension exists in the correct context ChanSpy will exit to it. This also disables choosing a channel based on 'chanprefix' and a digit sequence.





  Specify extension.


  Optionally specify a context, defaults to 'default'.


  b: Only spy on channels involved in a bridged call.
  B: Instead of whispering on a single channel barge in on both channels
  involved in the call.
      digit - Specify a DTMF digit that can be used to spy on the
      next available channel.
  d: Override the typical numeric DTMF functionality and instead use
  DTMF to switch between spy modes.
      4 - spy mode
      5 - whisper mode
      6 - barge mode
  e(ext): Enable *enforced* mode, so the spying channel can only monitor
  extensions whose name is in the <ext> : delimited  list.
  E: Exit when the spied-on channel hangs up.
      grp - Only spy on channels in which one or more of the groups
      listed in <grp> matches one or more groups from the ${SPYGROUP}
      variable set on the channel to be spied upon.

NOTE: both <grp> and ${SPYGROUP} can contain either a single group or a colon-delimited list of groups, such as 'sales:support:accounting'.

  n([mailbox][@context]): Say the name of the person being spied on
  if that person has recorded his/her name. If a context is specified, then
  that voicemail context will be searched when retrieving the name, otherwise
  the 'default' context be used when searching for the name (i.e. if SIP/1000
  is the channel being spied on and no mailbox is specified, then '1000'
  will be used when searching for the name).
  o: Only listen to audio coming from this channel.
  q: Don't play a beep when beginning to spy on a channel, or speak
  the selected channel name.
  r([basename]): Record the session to the monitor spool directory.
  An optional base for the filename  may be specified. The default is '
  s: Skip the playback of the channel type (i.e. SIP, IAX, etc) when
  speaking the selected channel name.
  S: Stop when there are no more extensions left to spy on.
  v([value]): Adjust the initial volume in the range from '-4'  to
  '4'. A negative value refers to a quieter setting.
  w: Enable 'whisper' mode, so the spying channel can talk to the
  spied-on channel.
  W: Enable 'private whisper' mode, so the spying channel can talk
  to the spied-on channel but cannot listen to that channel.
      digit - Specify a DTMF digit that can be used to exit the
  X: Allow the user to exit ChanSpy to a valid single digit numeric extension in the current context 
  or the context specified by the ${SPY_EXIT_CONTEXT} channel variable. 
  The name of the last channel that was spied on will be stored in the ${SPY_CHANNEL} variable.

[See Also]

Asterisk app: ChanSpy

Команды диалплана Asterisk

  • asterisk/app/extenspy.txt
  • Последние изменения: 2016/10/26