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[answered] sending voicecall's

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Member
Registered:
Dec 2009
Location: Switzerland
OpenSuSE 11.1:
Smsd v3.1.6:
Siemens TC35i Terminal :

Hi
I would like to send voicecall trough or with nagios.
Sending sms works fine.

If I try to send voicecalls, the cellphone receive only sms.

Here is my config-file :


So, what did I miss, or what did I wrong ?

Kind regards
azubi

Administrator
Registered:
May 2009
Location: Jyväskylä, Finland
Please check the syntax of a message file. There should be Voicecall: yes header included, for example:

To: 358401234567
Voicecall: yes

TONE: 5 #,#,#

Note that there must not be empty line before a line containing Voicecall header.


« Last edit by keke on Fri Dec 04, 2009 08:42, 176 months ago. »
Member
Registered:
Dec 2009
Location: Switzerland
Topic owner
Hi keke

I tried as you suggested.
here is the code which I'm using for sending :


and here is the output from the logfile :



unfortunally, I recive only a sms.

kind regards
azubi


« Last edit by azubi on Fri Dec 04, 2009 08:46, 176 months ago. »
Administrator
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May 2009
Location: Jyväskylä, Finland
You should create outgoing file with some editor, or modify sendsms to add Voicecall: yes header. It does not work in the begin of a text, unless checkhandler with necessary code is defined.

Note that headers are all lines until an empty line exists in the message file. After that empty line, the remaining is a text.

Do you know if Nagios can be defined to add header?

Member
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Dec 2009
Location: Switzerland
Topic owner
Hi keke

thank you for your hint. Now I understand how it works.
This was the solution:


Administrator
Registered:
May 2009
Location: Jyväskylä, Finland
The checkhandler I mentioned, could be the following:

In the global part of smsd.conf, define:
checkhandler = /usr/local/bin/smsd_checkhandler

Create this file and make it executable for smsd. Content:

#!/bin/bash

# Sample checkhandler.

# If message body starts with a "key", remove key from message body
# and store it as a header line.

TEXT=`sed -e '1,/^$/ d' < $1`
key='Voicecall: yes '
if [[ "$TEXT" == $key* ]]; then
  TEXT=${TEXT:${#key}}
  HEADERS=`formail -fX "" < $1`
  echo "$HEADERS" > $1
  echo "$key" >> $1
  echo "" >> $1
  echo -n "$TEXT" >> $1
fi
 
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This might be useful if the application which creates an SMS file cannot create additional headers.

Smsd must be restarted after smsd.conf is changed.

Member
Registered:
Dec 2009
Location: Switzerland
Topic owner
I would like to add my script for nagios monitoring.
this script is used as an escalationhanlder and create a call to the standby-guy's to wake them up if they didn't hear the last few SMS. :twisted:

Here we go (quick and dirty as usual):


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