[Blink] Blink 1.5.0 and post dial

Adrian Georgescu ag at ag-projects.com
Mon Dec 5 15:56:57 CET 2011

Hello Anders,

What is currently implemented is the following functionality:

Dialing to a phone number like  123456#789 will cause Blink to:

1. Dial 123456 at account_domain
2. Wait for the RTP stream to be established
3. Wait 2 seconds
4. Send  7, 8 and 8 as DTMF with 0.5 seconds delay in between

Does this work for your scenario?


On Dec 5, 2011, at 3:29 PM, Anders Rayner-Karlsson wrote:

> Hi there,
> I've been looking at the documentation and on the website, but this I have not been able to spot anything in relation to. I'm excited about the post dial feature, but is there any description about how do do something like this:
> Dial a number, once connected, paus for a second, then enter a ten digit code followed by a #, then pause two seconds before hitting # again. (That's what I need to do to dial in to conference calls usually.)
> Another variant is to dial, once connected, pause, enter ten digits plus a #, pause, *, pause, four digit pin, pause, one digit, pause, #
> I know this is outside of the SIP protocol usually, but if there is a way to do something like this I would be very happy.
> Thanks for a great product,
> /Anders
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