A command line utility which connects to a Panasonic PABX via telnet and retrieve calling information. It doesn't parse the responses to any popular format. Instead, it just filters valuable content while keeping the original fixed-space format. Parsing to formats such as csv, as well as further instructions regarding Panasonic's default format, shall be included in the future. And a list of working devices, off course.
- Panasonic KX-TDA 200.
- Ubuntu Linux (trusty or newer);
- Ruby 2.2.0.
It's possible that the utility works on different environments, but since I haven't tested it on such conditions, I can't promise anything. If you do, please let me know, and I will include both the information and your name as a contributor.
gem install ps_pabx_listener
Using the command line utility
Listen for useful information for 30 seconds:
ps_pabx -s pabx.example.com -u username -p password
Listen for useful information for 10 seconds:
ps_pabx -s pabx.example.com -u username -p password -t 10
Listen continuously for data and store it in a given directory:
ps_pabx -s pabx.example.com -u username -p password -d /output/directory
Developed by Lucas Vieira firstname.lastname@example.org, July 2016.
If you noticed a problem whatsoever, please, let me know.
Also, accepting PRs for better spec tests and anything else, really.