How to check zaptel version?
How to check zaptel version?: To check the Zaptel version on a Linux system, you can use the following steps:
Open the terminal: Launch the terminal application on your Linux system. You can usually find it in the “Utilities” or “System” folder of your distribution.
Run the ztcfg command: In the terminal, enter the following command and press Enter:
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- ztcfg –version
- This command will display the version information of the Zaptel module installed on your system.
Check the output: The terminal will display the Zaptel version information. It typically includes the version number and additional details such as the release date.
By following these steps, you can check the Zaptel version on your Linux system. It’s worth noting that Zaptel has been deprecated and replaced by DAHDI (Digium/Asterisk Hardware Device Interface) in recent versions of Asterisk. If you are using a modern Asterisk installation, you may need to check the DAHDI version instead.