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       kamctl - Kamailio control tool


       kamctl command [ parameters ]


       kamctl  is  a  shell script to control Kamailio SIP server It can be used to manage users,
       domains, aliases and other server options.


       Daemon Commands:

       start           Start Kamalio

       restart         Restart Kamalio

       stop            Stop Kamalio

       online          Display online users

       monitor         Show server's internal status

       ping <uri>      Ping <uri> with SIP OPTIONS

       Access control list (acl) management commands:

       acl show [<username>]
                       Show user membership

       acl grant <username> <group>
                       Grant user membership (*)

       acl revoke <username> [<group>]
                       Grant user membership(s) (*)

       Least cost routes (lcr) management command:

       lcr dump        Show in memory gateways and routes tables

       lcr reload      Reload lcr gateways and routes

       Carrierroute tables('cr') management commands:

       cr show         Show tables

       cr reload       Reload tables

       cr dump         Show in memory tables

       cr addrt <routing_tree_id> <routing_tree>
                       Add a tree

       cr rmrt <routing_tree>
                       Remove a tree

       cr   addcarrier   <carrier>   <scan_prefix>   <domain>   <rewrite_host>   <prob>   <strip>
       <rewrite_prefix> <rewrite_suffix> <flags> <mask> <comment>
                       Add  a  carrier  (prob, strip, rewrite_prefix, rewrite_suffix, flags, mask
                       and comment are optional arguments)

       cr rmcarrier <carrier> <scan_prefix> <domain>
                       Remove a carrier

       Remote-Party-ID (RPID) management commands:

       rpid add <username> <rpid>
                       Add rpid for a user (*)

       rpid rm <username>
                       Set rpid to NULL for a user (*)

       rpid show <username>
                       Show rpid of a user

       Subscriber management commands:

       add <username> <password>
                        Add a new subscriber (*)

       passwd <username> <passwd>
                       Change user's password (*)

       rm <username>   Delete a user (*)

       Commands to manage 'trusted':

       trusted show    Show db content

       trusted dump    Show cache content

       trusted reload  Reload db table into cache

       trusted add <src_ip> <proto> <from_pattern> <tag>
                       Add a new entry (from_pattern and tag are optional arguments)

       trusted rm <src_ip>
                       Remove all entres for the given src_ip

       Dispatcher management commands:

       dispatcher show Show dispatcher gateways

       dispatcher reload
                       Reload dispatcher gateways

       dispatcher dump Show in memory dispatcher gateways

       dispatcher addgw <setid> <destination> <flags> <description>
                       Add gateway

       dispatcher rmgw <id>
                       Delete gateway

       Cisco restart command:

       cisco_restart <uri>
                       Restart phone configured for <uri>

       User location('ul') or aliases management commands:
                       ul show [<username>] Show in-RAM online users

       ul show --brief Show in-RAM online users in short format

       ul rm <username> [<contact URI>]
                       Delete user's usrloc entries

       ul add <username> <uri>
                       Introduce a permanent usrloc entry

       ul add <username> <uri> <expires>
                       Introduce a temporary usrloc entry

       ul add <username> <uri> <expires> <path>
                       Introduce a temporary usrloc entry including a path

       Fifo commands:

       fifo            Send raw FIFO command




       Commands labeled with (*) will prompt for a MySQL password.  If the  environment  variable
       PW is set, the password will not be prompted.


       see /usr/share/doc/kamailio/AUTHORS


       kamailio(8), kamailio.cfg(5)
       Full documentation on Kamailio is available at
       Mailing lists: - Kamailio user community - Kamailio development, new features and unstable version