[Blink] Blink 1.5.0 and post dial

Adrian Georgescu ag at ag-projects.com
Mon Dec 5 17:41:56 CET 2011


Yes, it makes sense.

If you could you provide access to this conference bridge we could improve the way we handle DTMF sending after connect. You may contact us on support at ag-projects.com if you can help setting this up.

Adrian

On Dec 5, 2011, at 4:43 PM, Anders Rayner-Karlsson wrote:

> Hi there Adrian,
> 
> Many thanks for your response.
> 
> Just being able to input digits is not quite enough for the Intercall system that my employer use. I need to be able to input '#' and '*' as DTMF as well in addition to the normal digits as those keys are needed when dialing in to a conference call where I am the leader. If in the post-dial, a 'p' could be interpreted as an additional 0.5 seconds silence, that would provide all I need.
> 
> As an example, when I dial in to the conference system, there is a short pause before the automated system ask me for the conference code (ten digits + '#'), then there is a pause before it asks me if I am the leader. If I press '*' here, I get to put in four digit pin + '#', then a pause before I have to input '1' to start the conference, then it asks me to say my name and finish with a '#', then it finally starts the conference call.
> 
> If I'm just a participant, then I only need the first ten digits plus '#', a pause (1-2 seconds) before it'll ask me to say my name and finish with '#'.
> 
> Does this make sense and explain what I'm looking for? If this would be a future feature I'd be happy to assist in QA (I spend enough time on conference calls that being able to set this up would be well worth my time helping you with testing. :)
> 
> /Anders
> 
> 5 dec 2011 kl. 15:56 skrev Adrian Georgescu:
> 
>> 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?
>> 
>> Adrian
>> 
>> 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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