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CTI (CSTA?) support


Bruno Konik
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Hello,

I am new to PBXnSIP and I would like to know where I can find some documentation about CTI with PBXnSIP.

I have read that CSTA is used to provide basic support for MakeCall and ClearCall but is that all (even in the latest version)? Is there a means to get an event when a call arrives at some extension? and a means to answer the call?

Thanks for helping.

Bruno

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Hello,

I am new to PBXnSIP and I would like to know where I can find some documentation about CTI with PBXnSIP.

I have read that CSTA is used to provide basic support for MakeCall and ClearCall but is that all (even in the latest version)? Is there a means to get an event when a call arrives at some extension? and a means to answer the call?

Thanks for helping.

Bruno

 

At the moment we are working on these CSTA events. Will announce it to the forum as soon as it is ready.

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At the moment we are working on these CSTA events. Will announce it to the forum as soon as it is ready.

Thank you for this answer. We are much interested in this. If I may ask:

 

Can you precise whether you intend to support the standard (just for information, I have seen your example concerning the MakeCall; there is a non standard tag used; the 'domain' tag is not a standard tag!).

Will you use ECMA 323 over TCP + SOAP?

Is there a way to get deeper specifications regarding this?

 

Thanks.

Bruno

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Thank you for this answer. We are much interested in this. If I may ask:

 

Can you precise whether you intend to support the standard (just for information, I have seen your example concerning the MakeCall; there is a non standard tag used; the 'domain' tag is not a standard tag!).

Will you use ECMA 323 over TCP + SOAP?

Is there a way to get deeper specifications regarding this?

 

Thanks.

Bruno

 

Yes, this time it will be based on the standard. It will be over TCP without SOAP (as explained in Annex J.2)

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