Basic Auth password set in api.php
If you would like to install the API to keep track of unlocks, please see here.
Basic Auth user set in api.php
Number to originate the call from
Number to call to
Caller ID information to display to user
Context from which Asterisk will originate it's calls
Hostname for Asterisk AMI
Password for AMI user
Port number to contact the AMI at
Username for AMI
Hostname for XMPP bot 1)
The JID the bot will use to send and recieve messages.
The bot's password
This is for weather updates. To find your city code visit <html><a href=“https://openweathermap.org/find?q=”>this page</a></html>.
Once you've found the correct location, check the URL bar. The numbers at the end are your city code.
Place them in your config.ini, under the city_code option.
Enter the city you intend to get weather updates for.
Gotify API key to send push notifications
Push notification message
Push notification title
URL which the Gotify API can be reached
Token for mastodon account
Toot to send once the bot is online. 2)
Server to query API requests at.
Message MQTT should send on successful connect. 3)
Password for MQTT user 4)
Server to use (example.com:1883)
MQTT topic to publish to
MQTT username for authentication 5)
Scripts for TuyaAPI will be posted in a separate repository
Name of device to control 6)
URL to check lights status
URL to toggle lights status
This person will receive a message when the bot is online, as well as ping requests.
All other users not included in this list will get install instrucions (This page…)
This will eventually be pulled from the users vCard. For now, this will be used in the ping command. It may also be included in any other future commands where the bots admin's name must be displayed.
Sign up <html><a href=“https://home.openweathermap.org/users/sign_up”>here</a></html>
By default, all calls are returned with Kelvin. To chose your local unit use the following options:
- imperial (F)
- metric (C)