I’m trying to get a list of the channels currently in use on an Asterisk server (220.127.116.11 if it matters) over AMI.
I send the command “sip show channels”, and I get back a response along the lines of (* used to protect the innocent…):
Peer User/ANR Call ID Format Hold Last Message Expiry Peer
*8.22.*0.34 02035644444 0221e874158bb62 0x4 (ulaw) No Tx: ACK SIPtrunkNu
*.1*.19.70 (None) 2021549013484-1 0x0 (nothing) No Rx: OPTIONS
*.34.*.208 200101 firstname.lastname@example.org 0x4 (ulaw) No Rx: ACK 200101
*.1*.19.70 (None) 149831567021051 0x0 (nothing) No Rx: REGISTER
So, firstly, the “Call ID” column is clearly truncated, because it should show more than is indicated above, but more importantly for me, the “Peer” column is truncated, and what should show as “SIPtrunkNumber8”
is only shown as “SIPtrunkNu”.
How can I get the full column widths of these items shown in the output?
Note that it is not a solution just to say “don’t call it ‘SIPtrunkNumber8’; call it ‘SIPtrunk8’ instead”, because this name has also been modified slightly to conceal the real name of the trunk, which is actually longer than “SIPtrunkNo8”, but still with the most important information at the end.
What I’m looking for is how to get the *full* details of all the channels shown.
I have checked, and there is no “verbose” option to the “sip show channels” command.