Difference between revisions of "Asterisk xAP Connector"

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It feature set includes:
 
It feature set includes:
* sending inbound and outbound call progress info to support call logging
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* sending inbound and outbound call progress info to support call logging [ see [[Asterisk xAP Connector and xAP Switchboard]] ]
* sending inbound caller ID info (number and name, if present)
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* sending inbound caller ID info (number and name, if present) [ see [[Asterisk xAP Connector and xAP Switchboard]] ]
 
* sending line "state" info to support line capacity decisions for dial assistance
 
* sending line "state" info to support line capacity decisions for dial assistance
 
* sending extension "state" info to support occupancy monitoring and audio device auto-mute
 
* sending extension "state" info to support occupancy monitoring and audio device auto-mute
 
* sending voicemail information (read and unread) for each mailbox as messages arrive and recurring
 
* sending voicemail information (read and unread) for each mailbox as messages arrive and recurring
* receiving assisted dial commands so that calls may be placed via electronic phone books
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* receiving assisted dial commands so that calls may be placed via electronic phone books [ see [[Asterisk xAP Connector and xAP Switchboard]] ]
 
* receiving unassisted dial commands to generate text to speech to callees (for alarm/alert notices; reminders) [ see [[Asterisk Unattended Dialout]] ]
 
* receiving unassisted dial commands to generate text to speech to callees (for alarm/alert notices; reminders) [ see [[Asterisk Unattended Dialout]] ]
 
* sending/receiving xAP messages in support of home automation IVR menus  [ see [[Asterisk IVR]] ]
 
* sending/receiving xAP messages in support of home automation IVR menus  [ see [[Asterisk IVR]] ]

Latest revision as of 14:02, 23 February 2007

Asteriskis a "digital PBX" that is used to integrate telephony equipment with traditional analog PSTN and more recent VoIP lines.

The Asterisk xAP Connector (axc) provides a gateway between Asterisk and xAP-enabled devices.

It feature set includes:

  • sending inbound and outbound call progress info to support call logging [ see Asterisk xAP Connector and xAP Switchboard ]
  • sending inbound caller ID info (number and name, if present) [ see Asterisk xAP Connector and xAP Switchboard ]
  • sending line "state" info to support line capacity decisions for dial assistance
  • sending extension "state" info to support occupancy monitoring and audio device auto-mute
  • sending voicemail information (read and unread) for each mailbox as messages arrive and recurring
  • receiving assisted dial commands so that calls may be placed via electronic phone books [ see Asterisk xAP Connector and xAP Switchboard ]
  • receiving unassisted dial commands to generate text to speech to callees (for alarm/alert notices; reminders) [ see Asterisk Unattended Dialout ]
  • sending/receiving xAP messages in support of home automation IVR menus [ see Asterisk IVR ]