It is not possible. Actually it is possible but super complicated to setup: copy the server part into a different location than /usr/loca/fop2, for example /usr/local/fop2new, copy the html files to a different location that /var/www/html/fop2, for example /var/www/html/fop2new, change the listen port on /usr/local/fop2new/fop2.cfg to something different than 4445, change web_dir to point to the new web location /var/www/html/fop2new, copy the fop2.lic file from /usr/local/fop2 to /usr/local/fop2new, then start the fop2_server from that new location to launch the server: /usr/local/fop2/fop2new/fop2_server -d, and then browse the web files http://your.server/fop2new
However 2.30 is no longer in beta and considered stable.
Hello, Just a suggestion :
At the end of the upgrade, you should mention not only the config file of fop2 but the config file of fop2admin too.
I must each time change the DB Access in both.
Or for Elastix 3 MTE, you can use the default Elastix dB (elxpbx) and find the password of the db in /etc/elastix.conf
you have a line :
(user root for mysql)
Thanks in advance
How can I send commands by url?
When fop2 extension installed typing fop2 allow you to type commands, like dial xxx.
How can I do it with run commands from url?
like http://192.168.1.10/fop2/dial xxx
How can I use the fop2 api?
So I can only strongly recommend that you will add/enable this option (even as a paid plugin)
You already have great AMI proxy server that only asking for this option to be added.
The only main commands needed are Originate a call and get CDR.
Both are supported with a multi tenant and user authentication mechanism by your application.
It is not that simple. You want an http api, not a socket based one. Doing something like this:
Involves extra steps that are not needed. Accepting the http command/connection... then opening a websocket connection between browser and fop2 server (that takes time/cpu/etc), and then use the existing AMI connection on the proxy to perform a command.
Much more simpler is to just use http with no websockets at all to get the command, and then forward it via AMI or similar interfaces. In fact, Asterisk 13 already has such API in place and its named ARI.
I might write a different software using just http with no fop2 server needed in order to bridge AMI with the web, for older asterisk versions... but I think FOP2 is not the place to do it.
It using that script (it's exactly as it was before the upgrade).
Notice something else, when pressing submit changes and not pressing the reload I can login but see no buttons.
When press the reload after the submit changes I can't login.
As stated before, the fop server was upgraded from the management GUI alone.
Verify all configuration files and they as they were before.