Dashboard Build

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(FAK) #1

Hi All,

I want to build a dashboard with live monitoring of the calls.

Currently on Freepbx dashboard it’s giving me the numbers but I want some more details on the live monitoring.

How can I get live call data like Freepbx Dashboards is collecting.

I am using 2.11 pbx version and I like this dashboard as compared to the new one.

But I want to make my own dashboard based on different set of KPIs.

(Communication Technologies) #2




(FAK) #3

any guidelines where to start

(Nate) #4

I would start by upgrading to a supported version of FreePBX, then review the links provided above. 2.11 has been EOL for many, many years.

There is a new GraphQL API in FreePBX 15 that may be helpful too.

But I personally wouldn’t spend any time building anything on an obsolete FreePBX / Asterisk version as getting support will be very difficult and things will break when you upgrade most likely.

(Communication Technologies) #5

In my opinion, CLI is the most basic and you can write shells to call commands and extract the data. You can run a help command from within the CLI to see what is available. In the past I have built a webpage that runs a series of CLI commands to create a dashboard.

Also a good-ish resource:

(Matthew Jensen) #6

Have you tried out FOP2? It’s not expensive, and it’s free for less than 15 extensions. It has a lot of call monitoring features.

I’m not totally sure that it works with old asterisk versions. But if it has AMI, then I don’t see why it wouldn’t.

(Communication Technologies) #7


(FAK) #8

I am already using fop2 but I don’t want to use it anymore. I need something more robust and with better UI. however I am developing this on Freepbx 14 but can also use it on 2.11 for now


Then excellent, if FOP2 is not robust enough for you.

Do I understand that you are making a better solution that works on everything from every version of FreePBX ?

If so, then when you get a working alpha and publish it, you will be peer reviewed, at least by me.

I look forward to your effort.

(Communication Technologies) #10

I think the CLI scraping will be the most congruent across the versions of Asterisk. Still will not be perfect, but manageable.

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