TCL script for providing extension and ip address of calling party
attached is the great 911 by Brian Flinte of Net3Technology called "Syslog & Email 911 Calls". This scripts generates an syslog message about which extension dialed the 911. Is there a way to add the ip-address of the calling extension. So that you receive for example an message like "extension 4711 with ip-address 10.1.1.162 dialed 911".
Re: TCL script for providing extension and ip address of calling
Thanks for the hint. My customer asked a favor in placing this for him. So it's a customer question and the script was created "external" as well. Other customers are also interested in this and that's why I placed it directly in the customer forum.
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