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       /etc/isdn/callerid.conf - config file for isdnlog numbers and scripts


       This  file  has the format described in isdnformat(5). It must be owned
       by root, and only root may have write access. Every user can create his
       private telephone book as ~/.isdn with the same file format.


       Like  in  isdn.conf, this file has an optional [VARIABLES] section. All
       variable names must be uppercase. Warning: variables  in  callerid.conf
       will  override  variables  in  isdn.conf, and variables in ~/.isdn will
       override variables in both files. First all variables  are  read,  then
       they  are  substituted, so a variable defined in ~/.isdn can be used in
       isdn.conf.  This might be a security hole. However, if programs are  to
       be  run  as root, these files (and the program) cannot be writeable for
       non-root users.

       Using variables: if a reference to a non  existing  variable  is  used,
       isdnrep  and  isdnlog  will give warning messages, and use the variable
       name (e.g if $FRED isn’t set, isdnlog will  use  "$FRED").  The  dollar
       sign  can  be  backslashed  if  a real dollar sign is needed instead of
       variable substitution (e.g. \$PATH will be "$PATH").


       In [NUMBER] sections, you can supply information for the  outer  world,
       in  [MSN]  sections;  you  can  supply information about your msns. The
       format is the same:

           Set the telephone number. This should be your msn or the  telephone
           number  with  area code (with or without areprefix, countrycode and

           Service indicator. Isdnlog knows these service indicators:
           1   speech (telephone, fax g3, modem etc.)
           2   restricted digital information
           3   unrestricted digital information with tones/announcements
           4   video
           7   unrestricted digital information (hdlc, x.75 etc.)

           Supply a name as alias (e.g. ALIAS=Fred’s Number)

           Only useful with remote numbers: billing zone  for  connections  to
           this number:
           0   internal connection in your s0 bus (no charge)
           1   city area
           2   region 50
           3   region 200
           4   far region
           5   the same as 1

           Isdn network interface. This information is required with the "-hx"
           / hangup="value" option.

           You can define a subsection here.  The  whole  section  is  ignored
           unless you gave the "-S" / start=yes option. Each subsection should
           have the name [FLAG]. It may hold these values:

               Combine these flags (with or without the pipe "|" char; with is
               preferred) to get the combination you want:

               Part 1: Incoming and Outgoing
               I   Incoming call
               O   Outgoing call

               Part 2: Signals from isdn system
               C   Connect (can be used with interval, see below)
               B   Busy
               E   Error
               R   Ring (can be used with interval, see below)
               A   AOCD (advice of charge signal)
               H   Hangup

               Part 3: Modifiers
               L   Start the program again and again every time it terminates.
               U   Start the program only  once  within  a  interval.  Without
                   this,  several  instances of a program can run in parallel.
                   (Interval required.)
               K   Kill program at the end of the interval.

               Isdnlog will not run programs as root, and  will  switch  to  a
               different  user  id for security. You must give the name or uid
               of the user isdnlog has to use here.

               Isdnlog will not run programs as group root, and will switch to
               a  different  group  id for security. You must give the name or
               gid of the groups isdnlog has to use here.

               Restrict this flag to a special time. Pleas read isdntime(5).

               With connect (C) or ring (R) flag you can specify an  interval,
               so  isdnlog  will  start  the program after every interval. The
               interval is in seconds and should be at least 2 seconds. If the
               flags do not include C or R, this option is ignored.

               The program you want to start, with the required arguments. You
               may use the following special tokens:

               \$1    flags that caused execution, e.g. "IR", "OC". There  are
                      always exactly two characters.
               \$2    Caller number (complete with area code).
               \$3    Called number (complete with area code).
               \$4    Time the connection started. Example:
                      "Wed May 28 23:07:44 1997".
                      Contains  "?"  if there is no connection yet (e.g. still
                      at RING phase).
               \$5    Duration of connection up to now (in seconds).
               \$6    Time the connection ended. Same format as \$4.
               \$7    Number of input bytes.
               \$8    Number of output bytes.
               \$9    Input bytes per second.
               \$10   Output bytes per second.
               \$11   Service indicator.
               \$12   Charges.
               \$13   Caller country code.
               \$14   Called country code.
               \$15   Caller area code.
               \$16   Called area code.
               \$17   Caller town (derived from area code).
               \$18   Called town
               \$19   Caller alias.
               \$20   Called alias.

               Note: within a string you must use \${1} \${2} ...


              This file.

              Per user telephone book.


       isdnlog(8) isdnformat(5) isdntime(5)


       This   manual    page    was    written    by    Andreas    Jellinghaus
       <>, for Debian GNU/Linux and isdn4linux.