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Old 11-13-2012, 07:37 PM
lukecwk lukecwk is offline
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Default TAPI call line identification

I'm using TAPI 2.x to connect to IP Office.
The phone in used is a 1403, which can handle three calls.
I got new call event when a call comes in the phone, however I can't identify which one of the three lines the call is landing on.
Anyone has an idea?
Thanks in advance.
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Old 11-02-2015, 12:58 PM
jones803 jones803 is offline
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Have you had any luck with this??

I am trying to integrate in 3rd party mode using TAPI 2. We simply need to know the trunk identifier of an incoming call.

The IPO Service Provider does not provide a dwTrunk identifier. Do you know if there is any way using straight TAPI 2 (not the SDK) to determine the Card/Module and Port identifer associated with the line the call has come in on?

TSP is configured as third-party, CTI Link Pro licence is installed, and CTI/DevLink is enabled on IPO.

Been searching through the call data, and cannot find it! Searched the TapiLink documentation, and there is no mention of how to do this.

Any help is greatly appreciated!


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