dahdi_cfg − configures DAHDI kernel modules from /etc/dahdi/system.conf
dahdi_cfg [−c CFG_FILE] [−SNUM [−SCHANS]] [−s] [−f] [−t] [−v [−v ... ] ]
dahdi_cfg configures DAHDI interface cards from a config file.
You generally need to run it with a valid configurations in order for DAHDI modules to work properly.
It must be run to configure every DAHDI span. Normally it is run from the DAHDI init script.
Use an alternative configuration file instead of /etc/dahdi/system.conf
If CFG_FILE is ’−’, it is read from stdin.
Only apply changes to channels in the specified range. Only applicable when −S is in use.
Only shutdown spans.
Only apply changes to span no. SPAN. For a digital span (with a ’span=’ line in the configuration file) this will do. For an analog span you’ll have to explicitly tell dahdi_cfg the range of channels, using −C .
Always configure every channel, even if it appears not to have changed.
Test mode. Don’t do anything, just report what you wanted to do.
Be more verbose. Add extra v-s for extra verbosity.
Display a brief help message.
The default location for the configuration file.
dahdi_tool(8), dahdi_monitor(8), asterisk(8).
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