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Name-Collision - multiple objects in this wiki use the name voipd!
voipd (avmcmd) VoIP daemon, also performs T.38 Fax.
voipd (process) VoIP daemon, also performs T.38 Fax.
voipd (watchdog) VoIP daemon, also performs T.38 Fax.

AVM-Command

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Details

fw 7.29 help:

fritz3:/var/media/ftp $ voipd -?

usage: voipd voipd [options]

options:
  -?                 - print this help
  -f                 - run in forground. (NOTSET)
  -s                 - stop daemon. (NOTSET)
  -v                 - verbose. (NOTSET)
  -p STRING          - Pidfile. ("/var/run/voipd.pid")
  -o INTEGER         - osip2 debug. (0)
  -M STRING          - log memory debug to .... (NULL)
  -C INTEGER         - capi trace. (0)
  -N                 - no higher priority. (NOTSET)
  -R                 - tell voipd to register now. (NOTSET)
  -U                 - tell voipd to unregister and disconnect all calls now. (NOTSET)
  -m                 - media loopback client. (NOTSET)
  -d                 - direct loopback client. (NOTSET)
  -B INTEGER         - overwrite output bandwidth. (0)
  -T                 - Test. (NOTSET)
  -8                 - CAPI nur mit 8 kHz. (NOTSET)
  -A                 - Send AOC to CAPI. (NOTSET)
  -D STRING          - switch debug logs on. (FUNC)

Endpoints

aicmd endpoint(s) provided by voipd, with these functions: (fw 7.29)

root@fritz2:/var/mod/root# aicmd voipd

# provided by voipd: - fw 6.88+

HELP                                     - show help
SLABDUMP                                 - show slab allocation
SLABSHOW                                 - show slab information
QUIT                                     - disconnect

show codeclist                           - show codeclist
show sipifaces                           - show sipifaces

# provided by voipd: - fw 7.01+

show sippings                            - show sippings
show firewall                            - show firewall

# provided by voipd: - fw 7.29+

show attackers                           - show attackers
show registrars                          - show registrars

# provided by voipd: - fw 7.29+          - cable models only

show pacm                                - show pacm state
 
# provided by libewnwlinux.so: - fw 7.01+

ewnwlinux show csockshell                - show shells running
ewnwlinux show genetlink                 - show gerneric netlink families

# provided by libavmcsock.so: - fw 7.01+

avmcsock show csock                      - show all csock
avmcsock show dnsconfig                  - show all dns context
avmcsock show timercb                    - show all timer
avmcsock show debughandles               - show all debughandles
avmcsock show cprocess                   - show all processes
avmcsock set debug                       - set debug flags

# provided by libavmcsock.so: - fw 7.29+

avmcsock show cbcontext                  - show all cbdata
avmcsock show daemon                     - show daemon status
avmcsock show cbuf                       - show cbuf status

# provided by libavmcsock.so: - fw 7.39+

avmcsock getsymbol <address>             - get symbol for address
avmcsock show dnsglobal                  - show all dns global values
avmcsock show dnscache                   - show cache
avmcsock show dnsqueries                 - show all pending queries
avmcsock show avmipc [endpoint shmatch]  - show avmipc events and states
avmcsock ctimer show                     - show all timer
avmcsock ctimer overview                 - show ctimer overview
avmcsock iotrace format unctrl|hexdump   - set format for csock iotrace
avmcsock iotrace file                    - enable iotrace to file
avmcsock iotrace enable                  - enable iotrace via debugmsg
avmcsock iotrace disable                 - disable iotrace
avmcsock iotrace match help|<match>      - show allowed matches or set match
avmcsock iotrace reset                   - remove all matches
avmcsock iotrace show                    - show configuration

# fw 7.39+:
# provided by libavmpcp.so: - fw 7.29+

libavmpcp show pcpinfo                   - show pcpinfo

msgsend endpoint(s) provided by voipd, with these functions: (endpoints + commands, collected manually)

voipd reload      # from rc.voip

Events

Daily updated index of AVM-Events and AVMIPC-Datastore nodes affecting this command. Last update: 2023-02-05 06:36 GMT.
The owners of Event-Sinks and Event-Sources are manual research, which may be incomplete or even wrong.
A * in the Mod column marks info from Supportdata-Probes, which will always stay incomplete.
A ** in the Mod column marks info from Supportdata2 probes, which by their nature will stay way more incomplete.
A - in the Mod column marks manual research, the Firmware then shows where the item occurs, not the Relation.

Relation Typ Object Mod Firmware Info Origin
Netlink family NETLINK_GENERIC 7** 7.39 - 7.51 Generic Netlink (genetlink) family for simplified netlink usage (#16) Linux
Multicast group AVMGGRP_L2TP 7** 7.39 - 7.51 Interface of the L2TP tunneling server l2tpv3d AVM
Multicast group AVMGGRP_NLCTRL_NOTIFY 7** 7.39 - 7.51 Notification about changes in subscribed genetlink groups AVM
Netlink family NETLINK_ROUTE 15** 7.01 - 7.51 Communication channel between routing dæmons and the kernel packet forwarding (#0) Linux
Multicast group RTMGRP_IPV4_IFADD 20** 6.04 - 7.51 IPv4 address change of a Network-Interface Linux
Multicast group RTMGRP_IPV4_ROUTE 20** 6.04 - 7.51 IPv4 Routing Table change Linux
Multicast group RTMGRP_IPV6_IFADDR 20** 6.04 - 7.51 IPv6 address change of a Network-Interface Linux
Multicast group RTMGRP_IPV6_ROUTE 20** 6.04 - 7.51 IPv6 Routing Table change Linux
Multicast group RTMGRP_LINK 20** 6.04 - 7.51 Creation / deletion or up / down change of a Network-Interface. Linux
Multicast group RTMGRP_NOTIFY 15** 7.01 - 7.51 Enable notification about changes in subscribed rtnetlink groups Linux
Multicast group RTMGRP_TC 15** 7.01 - 7.51 Packet Scheduler Traffic Control change Linux
Endpoint sock me_voipd-pcp-($num).ctl 5* 7.39 - 7.51 avmipc endpoint of libavmpcp.so for voipd AVM
Listens to avmipc libpcp_dump 9** 7.39 - 7.51 Trigger event to dump PCP context info. AVM
Listens to avmipc libpcp_send_itemstatus 9** 7.39 - 7.51 Trigger event to send all PCP port openings. AVM
Listens to avmipc pcpserver_changed 9** 7.39 - 7.51 Trigger event to inform about PCP server changes. AVM
Endpoint sock me_voipd.ctl 92* 4.31 - 7.51 avmipc_command endpoint of voipd AVM
Listens to avmipc @ 17** 7.12 - 7.51 Special event for listeners of nameless private messages. AVM
Listens to avmipc aicmd_listener 17** 7.12 - 7.51 Special event covering all aicmd compatible listeners. AVM
Listens to avmipc NW_IPC_NW_IPC_STATE_WIREGUARD_ADDRS 8** 7.39 - 7.51 State of the Wireguard IP addresses in JSON format. AVM
Listens to avmipc STATE_PACMSTATE_PACMSTATE 2** 7.29 - 7.39 State of avmpacmstated in JSON format. AVM
Command cmd voipd (avmcmd) 110 1.120 - 7.51 VoIP daemon, also performs T.38 Fax. AVM
Sends avmipc libpcp_itemstatus - 7.01 - 7.51 Target event to send PCP port openings to. AVM
22 event relations for this command

DNS-Config

VoIP can have an own PVC or VLAN, with own routes and DNS servers, or act through a VPN.
That's why voipd has a range of retargetable dns contexts in its dnsconfig, depending on the respective purpose.
Let's have a look at the dns contexts of the voipd dns config in a fw 7.29 box in IPv4 only DSL-Router mode:

root@fritz1:/var/mod/root# aicmd voipd avmcsock show dnsconfig

tunnel: dns_context: tunnel (ref 1)
tunnel: dns_context: ipv4 only, none, 0, 2/5 300, 1
tunnel: dns_context: 1 name server:
tunnel: dns_context: 127.0.0.1 0

homenet: dns_context: homenet (ref 1)
homenet: dns_context: ipv4 only, none, 0, 2/5 300, 1
homenet: dns_context: 2 name server:
homenet: dns_context: 176.95.XX.XX 0
homenet: dns_context: 176.95.XX.XX 1
homenet: dns_context: from 127.0.0.1

mta: dns_context: mta (ref 1)
mta: dns_context: ipv4 only, none, 0, 2/5 300, 1

voip: dns_context: voip (ref 1)
voip: dns_context: ipv4 only, sipdns, 0, 2/5 300, 1
voip: dns_context: 2 name server:
voip: dns_context: 176.95.XX.XX 0
voip: dns_context: 176.95.XX.XX 1
voip: dns_context: from 192.168.178.1

internet: dns_context: internet (ref 1)
internet: dns_context: ipv4 only, dns, 0, 2/5 300, 1
internet: dns_context: 2 name server:
internet: dns_context: 176.95.XX.XX 0
internet: dns_context: 176.95.XX.XX 1
internet: dns_context: from 192.168.178.1

The advantage of multiple dns contexts is the ability to retarget each context depending on the networks and routes:

The tunnel context is for using VoIP through a VPN tunnel with remote resolvers.
The homenet context is for the VoIP DNS server which voipd serves on Port-7077-udp to the LAN.
This is necessary so a slave box in LAN can reach the resolvers of a separate PVC or VLAN for VoIP of the master.
The voip context is for voipd itself to reach the resolvers of a separate PVC or VLAN for VoIP.
The internet context is for voipd to perform an Update-Check for clients using the PVC or VLAN for internet.
The mta context is for reaching the resolvers for Email and does not seem to be used yet.

Config

Daily updated index of Configuration files accessed by this command. Last update: 2023-02-05 06:36 GMT.
A - in the Mod column marks manual research, the Firmware then shows where the item occurs, not the Relation.

Relation Typ Object Mod Firmware Info Origin
Config from tffs voip.cfg (tffs) - 4.31 - 7.51 TODO AVM
Config from tffs voipd_call_stat - 4.31 - 7.51 TODO AVM
2 config relations for this command

Source

The names of source files compiled into an executable often help to understand function blocks (and show gaps in the docs).
fw 7.39 source files:

$ strings /bin/voipd | grep -e '\.c$' -e '\.cpp$'

ar7/voipd/voipd.c
ar7/voipd/licence.c
ar7/voipd/lte_webvars.c  

Dependencies

Daily updated index of all dependencies of this command. Last update: 2023-02-05 07:16 GMT.
A * in the Mod column marks info from Supportdata-Probes, which will always stay incomplete.

Relation Typ Object Mod Firmware Info Origin
Runs as proc voipd (process) 94* 4.31 - 7.51 VoIP daemon, also performs T.38 Fax. AVM
Registers wdog voipd (watchdog) 46* 6.24 - 7.51 VoIP daemon, also performs T.38 Fax. AVM
Serving port Port-5060-tcp 120* 4.33 - 7.51 SIP - Session Initiation Protocol for VoIP AVM
Serving port Port-5060-udp 121* 4.31 - 7.51 SIP - Session Initiation Protocol for VoIP AVM
Serving port Port-5350-udp 22* 6.51 - 7.51 PCP - Port Control Protocol - client AVM
Serving port Port-7077-udp 66* 5.04 - 7.51 SIP-DNS - Domain Name System for VoIP AVM
Serving port Port-7078-7109-udp 100* 4.33 - 7.19 Even: RTP - Realtime Transport Protocol, odd: RTCP - Realtime Control Protocol, VoIP. AVM
Serving sock me_voipd-pcp-($num).ctl 5* 7.39 - 7.51 avmipc endpoint of libavmpcp.so for voipd AVM
Serving sock me_voipd.ctl 92* 4.31 - 7.51 avmipc_command endpoint of voipd AVM
Depends on lib ld.so 22 7.08 - 7.51 Dynamic linker / loader Linux
Depends on lib libar7cfg.so 111 1.120 - 7.51 TFFS-Configuration API to ar7.cfg and many more. AVM
Depends on lib libavmauth.so 47 6.50 - 7.51 Fritzbox authentification helpers AVM
Depends on lib libavmcipher.so 111 3.23 - 7.51 AES / DES / Rijndael encryption / decryption. AVM
Depends on lib libavmcsock.so 111 1.120 - 7.51 Networking, I/O and helper functions AVM
Depends on lib libavmfbconf.so 26 7.39 - 7.51 API to hardcoded fbconf.cfg AVM
Depends on lib libavmfbstate.so 26 7.39 - 7.51 IPC fritzbox state notification AVM
Depends on lib libavmhmac.so 111 1.128 - 7.51 HMAC / SHA / MD5 hashing. AVM
Depends on lib libavmpacmstate.so 12 6.84 - 7.50 TODO Linux
Depends on lib libavmpcp.so 26 7.39 - 7.51 Port Control Protocol (PCP) API library AVM
Depends on lib libboxlib.so 111 1.120 - 7.51 Box status, logging and statistics functions AVM
Depends on lib libboxnotify.so 53 6.35 - 7.51 boxnotifyd client API (old) AVM
Depends on lib libboxnotifycsock.so 53 6.36 - 7.51 boxnotifyd client API (new) AVM
Depends on lib libc.so 111 1.120 - 7.51 Standard C library Linux
Depends on lib libcapi20.so 111 1.120 - 7.51 CAPI 2.0 ISDN controller interface AVM
Depends on lib libcm.so 53 6.35 - 7.51 ctlmgr / cm_logic messaging API Linux
Depends on lib libcmquery.so 69 5.04 - 7.51 Asynchronous ctlmgr query Linux
Depends on lib libcrypto.so 47 6.54 - 7.51 OpenSSL general crypto and X.509 library Linux
Depends on lib libdl.so 102 1.120 - 7.50 Dynamic linking library Linux
Depends on lib libdputil.so 53 6.35 - 7.51 DataPipe / packet utilities AVM
Depends on lib libewnwjson.so 26 7.39 - 7.51 JSON helper functions AVM
Depends on lib libewnwled.so 93 4.57 - 7.51 LED event helper functions AVM
Depends on lib libewnwlinux.so 111 1.128 - 7.51 Linux networking functions AVM
Depends on lib libewnwnet.so 53 6.35 - 7.51 Internet helper functions AVM
Depends on lib libgcc_s.so 70 4 - 6.110 GCC low-level runtime library Linux
Depends on lib libjuisclient.so 47 6.54 - 7.51 Update-Search - second generation - JUIS AVM
Depends on lib libled.so 47 1.133 - 5.09 LED API - first generation AVM
Depends on lib libled2.so 53 6.35 - 7.51 LED API - second+third generation AVM
Depends on lib libm.so 59 5.27 - 7.50 C math library Linux
Depends on lib libmscodex.so 111 1.120 - 7.51 Audio Codec library for Speex AVM
Depends on lib libmxml.so 102 4 - 7.51 Mini-XML parser / generator Linux
Depends on lib liboauth2.so 26 7.39 - 7.51 OAuth v2.0 authentificator Linux
Depends on lib libosip2.so 111 1.120 - 7.51 GNU oSIP implementation of SIP Linux
Depends on lib libosipparser2.so 111 1.120 - 7.51 GNU oSIP implementation of SIP - parser Linux
Depends on lib libpthread.so 102 1.120 - 7.50 POSIX threading library Linux
Depends on lib librt.so 44 6.35 - 7.50 POSIX realtime extensions library Linux
Depends on lib librtpstream.so 111 1.120 - 7.51 RTP / T.38 protocol support for voipd AVM
Depends on lib libsiplib.so 111 1.120 - 7.51 SIP protocol support for voipd AVM
Depends on lib libslab.so 37 3.42 - 5.09 Slab allocator or empty dummy library Linux
Depends on lib libsvctl.so 37 7.19 - 7.51 supervisor notification library AVM
Depends on lib libtffs.so 108 3.42 - 7.51 Low-level access to the TFFS-Configuration AVM
Depends on lib libtiinterpreter.so 26 7.39 - 7.51 Preprocessor for SSI-Files by TI. AVM
Depends on lib libwdt.so 111 1.120 - 7.51 AVM-Watchdogs management API AVM
Depends on lib libwebkpiclient.so 23 7.39 - 7.51 KPI sensor for system parts which use HTTP / HTTPS AVM
Depends on lib libwebsrv.so 53 6.35 - 7.51 HTTP / HTTPS webserver and tools. AVM
Depends on lib libyajl.so 26 7.39 - 7.51 Event-driven JSON parser Linux
Depends on lib libz.so 41 6.83 - 7.51 Zlib compressor / decompressor Linux
56 dependencies for this command

Model-Matrix

Daily updated index of the presence, path and size of this command for each model. Last update: 2023-02-05 05:53 GMT.
Showing all models using this command. Click any column header (click-wait-click) to sort the list by the respective data.
The (main/scrpn/boot/arm/prx/atom) label in the Model column shows which CPU is meant for models with multiple Linux instances.
Note that this list is merged from Firmware-Probes of all known AVM firmware for a model, including Recovery.exe and Labor-Files.

Model Firmware Path Size
FRITZ!Box 3.23 - 3.37 /bin 76.1k - 76.2k
FRITZ!Box SL WLAN 3.23 - 3.37 /bin 76.1k - 76.2k
FRITZ!Box WLAN 3020 3.23 - 3.37 /bin 76.1k - 76.2k
FRITZ!Box WLAN 3270 4.57 - 5.54 /bin 119k - 162k
FRITZ!Box WLAN 3270 v3 4.77 - 5.54 /bin 128k - 162k
FRITZ!Box WLAN 3270 IT 5.23 - 5.52 /bin 152k - 162k
FRITZ!Box 3272 5.50 - 6.88 /bin 165k - 179k
FRITZ!Box WLAN 3370 5.01 - 6.55 /bin 136k - 175k
FRITZ!Box 3390 5.50 - 6.55 /bin 162k - 175k
FRITZ!Box 3490 (main) 6.20 - 7.30 /bin 169k - 203k
FRITZ!Box Fon ata 3.23 - 4.28 /bin 76.1k - 127k
FRITZ!Box Fon ata 1020 3.23 - 4.28 /bin 76.1k - 127k
FRITZ!Box 4020 6.27 - 7.02 /bin 170k - 187k
FRITZ!Box 4040 6.50 - 7.39 /bin 142k - 180k
FRITZ!Box 4060 7.26 - 7.39 /bin 172k - 180k
FRITZ!Box Fon 1.120 - 4.49 /bin 58.8k - 159k
FRITZ!Box Fon 5010 3.88 - 4.43 /bin 105k - 158k
FRITZ!Box Fon 5012 3.88 - 4.27 /bin 105k - 158k
FRITZ!Box Fon 5050 3.23 - 4.31 /bin 76.1k - 158k
FRITZ!Box Fon 5113 4.82 - 4.83 /bin 132k
FRITZ!Box Fon 5124 4.47 - 4.77 /bin 120k - 132k
FRITZ!Box Fon 5140 4.25 - 4.67 /bin 102k - 120k
VoIP Gateway 5188 4.28 - 4.81 /bin 114k - 145k
FRITZ!Box 5490 (main) 6.51 - 7.29 /bin 175k - 203k
FRITZ!Box 5491 (main) 7.01 - 7.29 /bin 187k - 203k
FRITZ!Box 5530 Fiber (main) 7.21 - 7.30 /bin 199k - 203k
FRITZ!Box 5590 Fiber (arm) 7.27 - 7.39 /bin 172k - 180k
FRITZ!Box 6320 Cable v1 6.03 - 6.04 /bin 137k
FRITZ!Box 6320 Cable v2 6.21 /bin 142k
FRITZ!Box 6340 Cable 5.24 /bin 122k
FRITZ!Box 6360 Cable 4.85 - 6.51 /bin 103k - 146k
FRITZ!Box 6430 Cable (arm) 6.84 - 7.29 /bin 178k - 204k
FRITZ!Box 6430 Cable (atom) 6.84 - 7.29 /bin 178k - 204k
FRITZ!Box 6490 Cable (arm) 6.20 - 7.39 /bin 142k - 212k
FRITZ!Box 6490 Cable (atom) 6.83 - 7.39 /bin 178k - 212k
FRITZ!Box 6590 Cable (arm) 6.83 - 7.39 /bin 178k - 212k
FRITZ!Box 6590 Cable (atom) 6.83 - 7.39 /bin 178k - 212k
FRITZ!Box 6591 Cable (arm) 7.04 - 7.39 /bin 187k - 224k
FRITZ!Box 6591 Cable (atom) 7.04 - 7.39 /bin 187k - 224k
FRITZ!Box 6660 Cable (arm) 7.14 - 7.39 /bin 186k - 224k
FRITZ!Box 6660 Cable (atom) 7.14 - 7.39 /bin 186k - 224k
FRITZ!Box 6690 Cable (arm) 7.28 - 7.50 /bin 204k - 224k
FRITZ!Box 6690 Cable (atom) 7.28 - 7.50 /bin 204k - 224k
FRITZ!Box 6810 LTE 5.27 - 6.34 /bin 162k - 170k
FRITZ!Box 6840 LTE 5.07 - 6.87 /bin 144k - 182k
FRITZ!Box 6842 LTE 6.01 - 6.34 /bin 162k - 170k
FRITZ!Box 6850 LTE 7.21 - 7.39 /bin 168k - 207k
FRITZ!Box 6850 5G 7.24 - 7.39 /bin 168k - 180k
FRITZ!Box 6890 LTE 6.84 - 7.39 /bin 182k - 207k
FRITZ!Box 6890 LTE v1 6.84 - 7.39 /bin 182k - 207k
FRITZ!Box 6890 LTE v2 6.84 - 7.39 /bin 182k - 207k
FRITZ!Box Fon WLAN 3.14 - 4.49 /bin 67.4k - 159k
FRITZ!Box Fon WLAN 7050 3.29 - 4.50 /bin 76.2k - 159k
FRITZ!Box Fon WLAN 7112 4.76 - 4.88 /bin 132k - 137k
FRITZ!Box Fon WLAN 7113 4.40 - 4.86 /bin 103k - 132k
FRITZ!Box Fon WLAN 7113 DE 4.40 - 4.77 /bin 103k - 128k
FRITZ!Box Fon WLAN 7113 INT 4.82 - 4.86 /bin 132k
FRITZ!Box Fon WLAN 7140 4.02 - 4.77 /bin 110k - 159k
FRITZ!Box Fon WLAN 7141 4.14 - 4.77 /bin 106k - 160k
FRITZ!Fon 7150 4.27 - 4.77 /bin 114k - 126k
FRITZ!Box Fon WLAN 7170 3.91 - 4.99 /bin 110k - 241k
FRITZ!Box Fon WLAN 7170 v1 3.91 - 4.99 /bin 110k - 241k
FRITZ!Box Fon WLAN 7170 v2 3.91 - 4.99 /bin 110k - 241k
FRITZ!Box Fon WLAN 7240 4.65 - 6.06 /bin 119k - 168k
FRITZ!Box Fon WLAN 7270 v1 4.44 - 4.99 /bin 119k - 196k
FRITZ!Box Fon WLAN 7270 v2 4.63 - 6.06 /bin 119k - 168k
FRITZ!Box Fon WLAN 7270 v3 4.70 - 6.06 /bin 124k - 168k
FRITZ!Box 7272 5.55 - 6.88 /bin 167k - 179k
FRITZ!Box 7312 5.23 - 6.55 /bin 152k - 175k
FRITZ!Box Fon WLAN 7320 4.85 - 6.34 /bin 132k - 170k
FRITZ!Box 7330 5.06 - 6.55 /bin 144k - 175k
FRITZ!Box 7330 SL 5.08 - 6.55 /bin 144k - 175k
FRITZ!Box Fon WLAN 7340 4.83 - 6.06 /bin 128k - 170k
FRITZ!Box Fon WLAN 7360 SL 5.04 - 6.34 /bin 140k - 169k
FRITZ!Box Fon WLAN 7360 v1 5.06 - 6.35 /bin 144k - 169k
FRITZ!Box Fon WLAN 7360 v2 5.22 - 6.87 /bin 152k - 180k
FRITZ!Box 7362 SL 5.53 - 7.13 /bin 161k - 194k
FRITZ!Box 7369 6.30 - 6.32 /bin 169k
FRITZ!Box Fon WLAN 7390 4.81 - 6.87 /bin 128k - 179k
FRITZ!Box 7412 6.21 - 6.87 /bin 169k - 180k
FRITZ!Box 7430 6.26 - 7.29 /bin 171k - 203k
FRITZ!Box 7490 (main) 5.57 - 7.51 /bin 166k - 211k
FRITZ!Box 7510 7.30 - 7.39 /bin 172k - 180k
FRITZ!Box 7520 6.98 - 7.50 /bin 151k - 180k
FRITZ!Box 7520 v2 (arm) 7.30 - 7.50 /bin 172k - 180k
FRITZ!Box 7530 6.93 - 7.51 /bin 146k - 180k
FRITZ!Box 7530 AX 7.20 - 7.39 /bin 168k - 180k
FRITZ!Box 7560 6.51 - 7.29 /bin 178k - 203k
FRITZ!Box Fon WLAN 7570 vDSL 4.70 - 4.94 /bin 128k - 148k
FRITZ!Box 7580 6.51 - 7.29 /bin 178k - 203k
FRITZ!Box 7581 6.54 - 7.16 /bin 146k - 164k
FRITZ!Box 7582 6.83 - 7.16 /bin 146k - 164k
FRITZ!Box 7583 7.01 - 7.31 /bin 184k - 203k
FRITZ!Box 7583 VDSL 7.19 - 7.31 /bin 199k - 203k
FRITZ!Box 7590 6.83 - 7.51 /bin 182k - 215k
FRITZ!Box 7590 AX 7.19 - 7.39 /bin 199k - 215k
congstar DSL-Box 4.25 - 4.81 /bin 127k - 160k
congstar komplett Box 4.68 - 4.81 /bin 133k - 144k
Speedport W 501V 3.93 - 4.38 /bin 105k - 118k
Speedport W 503V 4.68 - 4.81 /bin 133k - 144k
Speedport W 503V MK 4.79 /bin 140k
Speedport W 701V 4.25 - 4.81 /bin 127k - 160k
Speedport W 721V 4.74 - 4.75 /bin 130k
Speedport W 722V 4.76 - 4.79 /bin 128k
Speedport W 900V 4.21 - 4.57 /bin 127k - 160k
Speedport W 920V 4.78 - 4.79 /bin 136k
Eumex 300 IP 3.29 - 4.44 /bin 76.2k - 123k
Alice IAD 5130 4.65 - 4.71 /bin 103k
Alice IAD WLAN 3331 4.90 /bin 128k
Alice IAD 7570 vDSL 4.86 - 5.09 /bin 120k
110 models use this command

Symbols

Daily updated index of all symbols of this command. Last update: 2023-02-05 07:16 GMT.

Firmware Symbol
3.14 - 3.53 FreqDrift_Confirmation
3.14 - 3.71 FreqDrift_Deinit
3.56 - 5.09 FreqDrift_DropSample
3.14 - 3.71 FreqDrift_Init
3.14 - 3.53 FreqDrift_PostRequest
3.14 - 3.53 FreqDrift_PreRequest
1.133 - 3.14 OLD_info_led_state
3.42 - 7.03 ReadCodecLicence
1.120 - 1.128 Second
4.79 add_or_update_qos_flows
4.31 - 4.97 aes_cbc_alloc
4.31 - 4.97 aes_cbc_context_init
4.31 - 4.97 aes_cbc_dealloc
4.97 aes_cbc_decrypt
4.97 aes_cbc_encrypt
4.31 - 4.97 aes_cbc_nist_decrypt
4.31 - 4.97 aes_cbc_nist_encrypt
4.31 - 4.97 aes_cbc_set_iv
4.31 - 4.97 aes_decrypt
4.31 - 4.97 aes_encrypt
4.31 - 4.97 aes_expand_decryption_key
4.31 - 4.97 aes_expand_encryption_key
4.31 - 4.97 aes_icm_alloc
4.97 aes_icm_alloc_ismacryp
4.31 - 4.97 aes_icm_context_init
4.31 - 4.97 aes_icm_dealloc
4.31 - 4.97 aes_icm_encrypt
4.31 - 4.97 aes_icm_encrypt_ismacryp
4.31 - 4.97 aes_icm_output
4.31 - 4.97 aes_icm_set_iv
4.31 - 4.97 auth_get_key_length
4.31 - 4.97 auth_get_prefix_length
4.31 - 4.97 auth_get_tag_length
4.31 - 4.97 auth_type_self_test
4.97 base64_char_to_sextet
3.23 - 4.28 bridgelimit
3.23 - 4.28 bridgelimit_init
4.30 - 4.98 capi_cmd2str
4.30 - 4.98 capi_info2str
4.30 - 4.98 capi_message2shortstr
4.30 - 4.98 capi_message2str
1.120 - 7.03 capiconn_accept
4.31 - 7.03 capiconn_accept_with_llc
1.120 - 7.03 capiconn_addcontr
4.61 - 7.03 capiconn_ccbs_erase
4.61 - 7.03 capiconn_ccbs_erase_call_linkage_id
4.61 - 7.03 capiconn_ccbs_possible
4.61 - 7.03 capiconn_ccbs_remote_user_free
4.61 - 5.09 capiconn_ccbs_request
4.61 - 7.03 capiconn_ccbs_status
4.79 - 7.03 capiconn_cf
1.120 - 4.99 capiconn_connect
3.42 - 7.03 capiconn_connect_early_b3
4.31 - 7.03 capiconn_connect_early_b3_with_llc
4.31 - 7.03 capiconn_connect_with_llc
1.120 - 7.03 capiconn_delay_connect_active_resp
1.120 - 7.03 capiconn_disconnect
4.31 - 5.09 capiconn_disconnect_with_sipvalue
4.68 - 7.03 capiconn_disconnect_with_value
1.120 - 7.03 capiconn_dtmf_send
4.07 - 7.03 capiconn_dtmf_setfilterstate
1.120 - 7.03 capiconn_dtmf_setstate
5.07 - 7.03 capiconn_freecontext
1.120 - 7.03 capiconn_get_userdata
4.30 - 7.03 capiconn_get_userdata1
1.120 - 7.03 capiconn_getcontext
1.120 - 7.03 capiconn_getinfo
1.120 - 7.03 capiconn_ignore
1.120 - 7.03 capiconn_inject
6.98 - 7.03 capiconn_is_sendingcomplete
1.120 - 7.03 capiconn_listen
3.85 - 7.03 capiconn_mwi
3.42 - 7.03 capiconn_offhold
3.42 - 7.03 capiconn_onhold
1.120 - 7.03 capiconn_reject
3.23 - 7.03 capiconn_reject_with_sipvalue
1.120 - 7.03 capiconn_reject_with_value
1.120 - 7.03 capiconn_ringing
4.30 - 7.03 capiconn_select_b_protocol
1.120 - 7.03 capiconn_send
1.120 - 7.03 capiconn_send_delayed_connect_active_resp
4.31 - 4.99 capiconn_sendaoc
4.68 - 7.03 capiconn_sendect
4.62 - 7.03 capiconn_sendinfo
5.27 - 7.03 capiconn_sendinfo_useruser
5.27 - 7.03 capiconn_sendinfo_useruser_without_connection
4.79 - 7.03 capiconn_sendpty3end
4.79 - 7.03 capiconn_sendpty3start
4.56 - 7.03 capiconn_set_connectednumber
1.120 - 7.03 capiconn_set_userdata
4.30 - 7.03 capiconn_set_userdata1
4.31 - 4.97 cipher_get_key_length
4.31 - 4.97 cipher_output
4.31 - 4.97 cipher_type_self_test
4.31 - 4.97 crypto_alloc
4.31 - 4.97 crypto_free
4.31 - 4.97 crypto_kernel_alloc_auth
4.31 - 4.97 crypto_kernel_alloc_cipher
4.97 crypto_kernel_get_auth_type
4.97 crypto_kernel_get_cipher_type
4.31 - 4.97 crypto_kernel_init
4.97 crypto_kernel_load_auth_type
4.97 crypto_kernel_load_cipher_type
4.31 - 4.97 crypto_kernel_load_debug_module
4.31 - 4.97 crypto_kernel_status
4.31 - 4.97 crypto_policy_set_aes_cm_128_hmac_sha1_32
4.97 crypto_policy_set_null_cipher_hmac_sha1_80
4.31 - 4.97 crypto_policy_set_rtcp_default
4.31 - 4.97 crypto_policy_set_rtp_default
4.31 - 4.97 ctr_prng_get_octet_string
4.31 - 4.97 ctr_prng_init
4.79 delete_qos_flows
4.31 - 4.97 err_report
4.31 - 4.97 err_reporting_init
4.70 - 7.03 get_average_value_in_perc
5.06 - 7.03 get_lte_webvars
5.06 - 7.03 get_lte_webvars_exit
5.01 - 7.03 get_mailboxnumber
3.45 - 7.03 get_message_summary_body
3.45 - 7.03 get_number_of_new_messages
3.42 - 4.99 get_pidf_body
4.31 - 4.97 hmac_alloc
4.31 - 4.97 hmac_compute
4.31 - 4.97 hmac_dealloc
4.31 - 4.97 hmac_init
4.31 - 4.97 hmac_start
4.31 - 4.97 hmac_update
4.97 index_advance
4.97 index_guess
4.97 index_init
1.120 - 4.99 info_led_state
4.31 - 4.97 key_limit_clone
4.31 - 4.97 key_limit_set
4.31 - 4.97 key_limit_update
1.120 - 7.51 main
3.45 - 5.09 mwi_led_state
4.97 nibble_to_hex_char
4.31 - 4.97 null_auth_alloc
4.31 - 4.97 null_auth_compute
4.31 - 4.97 null_auth_dealloc
4.31 - 4.97 null_auth_init
4.31 - 4.97 null_auth_start
4.31 - 4.97 null_auth_update
4.31 - 4.97 null_cipher_alloc
4.31 - 4.97 null_cipher_dealloc
4.31 - 4.97 null_cipher_encrypt
4.31 - 4.97 null_cipher_init
4.31 - 4.97 null_cipher_set_iv
4.31 - 4.97 octet_get_weight
4.31 - 4.97 octet_string_is_eq
4.31 - 4.97 octet_string_set_to_zero
1.120 - 1.123 pidfile_lock
1.120 - 1.123 pidfile_read
3.42 - 4.99 process_pidf_body
1.120 - 3.37 put_message
4.31 - 4.97 rand_source_deinit
4.31 - 4.97 rand_source_get_octet_string
4.31 - 4.97 rand_source_init
4.31 - 4.97 rdb_add_index
4.31 - 4.97 rdb_check
4.31 - 4.97 rdb_get_value
4.31 - 4.97 rdb_increment
4.31 - 4.97 rdb_init
4.31 - 4.97 rdbx_add_index
4.31 - 4.97 rdbx_check
4.31 - 4.97 rdbx_estimate_index
4.31 - 4.97 rdbx_init
4.70 - 7.03 set_average_value_for_perc
4.31 - 4.97 sha1_core
4.31 - 4.97 sha1_final
4.31 - 4.97 sha1_init
4.31 - 4.97 sha1_update
3.85 - 5.09 sip_instant_message
3.14 - 5.09 sip_reinvite_failed
3.14 - 5.09 sip_reinvite_ok
3.85 - 5.09 sip_rtpstat
4.31 - 4.97 srtp_add_stream
4.31 - 4.97 srtp_create
4.31 - 4.97 srtp_dealloc
4.31 - 4.97 srtp_event_reporter
4.97 srtp_get_stream
4.31 - 4.97 srtp_init
4.97 srtp_kdf_clear
4.97 srtp_kdf_generate
4.97 srtp_kdf_init
4.31 - 4.97 srtp_protect
4.31 - 4.97 srtp_protect_rtcp
4.31 - 4.97 srtp_stream_alloc
4.97 srtp_stream_clone
4.97 srtp_stream_dealloc
4.97 srtp_stream_init
4.31 - 4.97 srtp_stream_init_keys
4.31 - 4.97 srtp_unprotect
4.31 - 4.97 srtp_unprotect_rtcp
4.31 - 4.97 stat_test_rand_source
4.31 - 4.97 stat_test_rand_source_with_repetition
4.63 - 4.99 unescape_number
4.31 - 4.97 v128_copy_octet_string
4.31 - 4.97 v128_left_shift
4.03 - 5.09 voip_con_led_state
4.30 - 5.09 voip_srtp_led_state
4.28 - 4.99 voip_vu_led_state
4.63 - 4.99 x2c
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