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       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 -h


       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


       -c CFG_FILE
              Use an alternative configuration file instead of /etc/dahdi/system.conf

              If CFG_FILE is '-', it is read from stdin.

       -C CHANNELS
              Only  apply  changes to channels in the specified range. Only applicable when -S is
              in use.

              Only shutdown spans.

       -S SPAN
              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).


       This manual page was written by Santiago Ruano Rincón <>  for  the
       Debian  system  (but  may  be  used by others).  Permission is granted to copy, distribute
       and/or modify this document under the terms of the GNU General Public License,  Version  2
       any later version published by the Free Software Foundation.

                                           16 Jun 2008                               DAHDI_CFG(8)