Starting on Red Hat based systems (Fedora, CentOS)
Start the sipX (as root):
The install script added sipxecs to the default run level. Therefore, sipxecs will be started automatically at boot time.
Starting on General Unix based systems
Some Other Useful Commands
The following commands are available to better support administration and troubleshooting tasks:
Checking start-up status of sipXecs services
Checking sipX configuration
This is a useful command whenever you modify the configuration files, and is run for you before sipX services are started. Any problems are displayed on standard error and logged to /var/log/messages. If this test is performed as part of starting the services, the startup is not affected by finding an error; the services will continue to start even if errors are found (but may not operate correctly).
Reset Superadmin password using the command line
(Note: None of the services should be running when this command is performed, or it will fail with various "Address in use" type errors)