Starting, Restarting, and Stopping VOCAL
This section describes how to start, restart, or stop VOCAL on a deployed system.
Syntax for Restarting, Starting, and Stopping
There are three methods for starting, stopping, and restarting servers:
Using the SNMP GUI (as explained in Chapter 17)
Using direct command-line instructions
The syntax for restarting, starting, or stopping is:
server type or port number]
[server type]can be
rs= Redirect server
ms= Marshal server
fs= Feature server
js= JTAPI Feature server
cdr= Call Detail Record server
net= Network Management Station
vm= Voice Mail server
pd= Policy server
hs= Heartbeat server
[port number]is the port number used by the server.
Some examples of this command in use:
This starts all VOCAL servers:
This stops just the Redirect server:
./vocalstart stop rs
This stops just the User Agent Marshal server:
./vocalstart stop 5060
5060 is the default IP port number for SIP, and it is normally assigned to the UA Marshal server. You can check the
/usr/local/vocal/etc/vocal.conf) for the port numbers of the other servers.
Using the command line
Many developers would rather type their own options than use the vocalstart script. If you use a direct command, you must start the Provisioning server before starting the other VOCAL ...