Imagine that you’re a school system and you want to create a scheduling system that calls parents when their child is absent from class. You’re already running the very intuitive, user friendly Switchvox system, and you know it has some neat programming interfaces that allow you to do many interesting things. This post will strive to satisfy your needs using the Switchvox Extend API’s and a little PHP programming to interface with your Switchvox.
Archive for May, 2010
Switchvox SMB 4.5 introduces the ability to expose the PBX’s operational data with the Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP). Now you can keep tabs on your Switchvox along with other devices on your network in a single SNMP monitor.
In this post I’ll give you some quick examples of things you can do with this. Here at Digium’s San Diego office we use Zabbix 1.8.2, but the principles are the same for any network monitor capable of working with SNMP.
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