Initial import of new chan_capi.

V0_6
MelwareDE 18 years ago
parent 665d79e129
commit c16ca054a5
  1. 28
      INSTALL
  2. 341
      LICENSE
  3. 79
      Makefile
  4. 149
      README
  5. 187
      app_capiCD.c
  6. 216
      app_capiECT.c
  7. 134
      app_capiHOLD.c
  8. 124
      app_capiMCID.c
  9. 99
      app_capiNoES.c
  10. 137
      app_capiRETRIEVE.c
  11. 44
      capi.conf
  12. 3062
      chan_capi.c
  13. 35
      chan_capi_app.h
  14. 303
      chan_capi_pvt.h
  15. 76
      create_config.sh
  16. 1660
      xlaw.h

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Modify the Makefile to fit your system, especially the path to the Asterisk include files.
Currently there are some buildtime configuration parameters. You can enable early B3 connects
if you want the capi channels to come up very soon and hear the indications from your
local exchange (native capi indications).
You can also force software dtmf detection/generation to be used.
To build the driver you will need an installed capi system, including header files.
to build the channel driver type:
make
to install:
make install
to install a sample configuration:
make config
in /etc/asterisk/modules.conf insert the line:
load => chan_capi.so
and in the [global] section:
chan_capi.so=yes
HEY, dont forget a trailing newline at the end of modules.conf!!!

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#
# (CAPI*)
#
# An implementation of Common ISDN API 2.0 for Asterisk
#
# Makefile, based on the Asterisk Makefile, Coypright (C) 1999, Mark Spencer
#
# Copyright (C) 2005 Cytronics & Melware
#
# Armin Schindler <armin@melware.de>
#
# Reworked, but based on the work of
# Copyright (C) 2002-2005 Junghanns.NET GmbH
#
# Klaus-Peter Junghanns <kapejod@ns1.jnetdns.de>
#
# This program is free software and may be modified and
# distributed under the terms of the GNU Public License.
#
.EXPORT_ALL_VARIABLES:
INSTALL_PREFIX=
ASTERISK_HEADER_DIR=$(INSTALL_PREFIX)/usr/include
ASTERISKVERSION=$(shell if [ -f .version ]; then cat .version; else if [ -d CVS ]; then if [ -f CVS/Tag ] ; then echo "CVS-`sed 's/^T//g' CVS/Tag`-`date +"%D-%T"`"; else echo "CVS-HEAD-`date +"%D-%T"`"; fi; fi; fi)
MODULES_DIR=$(INSTALL_PREFIX)/usr/lib/asterisk/modules
PROC=$(shell uname -m)
DEBUG=-g #-pg
INCLUDE=-I$(ASTERISK_HEADER_DIR)
CFLAGS=-pipe -Wall -Wmissing-prototypes -Wmissing-declarations $(DEBUG) $(INCLUDE) -D_REENTRANT -D_GNU_SOURCE
CFLAGS+=-O6
CFLAGS+=$(shell if $(CC) -march=$(PROC) -S -o /dev/null -xc /dev/null >/dev/null 2>&1; then echo "-march=$(PROC)"; fi)
CFLAGS+=$(shell if uname -m | grep -q ppc; then echo "-fsigned-char"; fi)
# uncomment the next line if you are in the ulaw world
#CFLAGS+=-DCAPI_ULAW
# audio sync
CFLAGS+=-DCAPI_SYNC
CFLAGS+=-DASTERISKVERSION=\"$(ASTERISKVERSION)\"
LIBS=-ldl -lpthread -lm
CC=gcc
INSTALL=install
SHAREDOS=chan_capi.so app_capiCD.so app_capiHOLD.so app_capiRETRIEVE.so app_capiECT.so app_capiMCID.so app_capiNoES.so
CFLAGS+=-Wno-missing-prototypes -Wno-missing-declarations
CFLAGS+=-DCRYPTO
all: config.h $(SHAREDOS)
clean:
rm -f config.h
rm -f *.so *.o
%.so : %.o
$(CC) -shared -Xlinker -x -o $@ $<
config.h:
./create_config.sh "$(ASTERISK_HEADER_DIR)"
chan_capi.so: chan_capi.o
$(CC) -shared -Xlinker -x -o $@ chan_capi.o -lcapi20
install: all
for x in $(SHAREDOS); do $(INSTALL) -m 755 $$x $(MODULES_DIR) ; done
config: all
cp capi.conf $(INSTALL_PREFIX)/etc/asterisk/
samples: config

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README

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(CAPI*) chan_capi a Common ISDN API 2.0 implementation for Asterisk
Copyright (C) 2005 Cytronics & Melware
Armin Schindler <armin@melware.de>
Reworked, but based on the work of
Copyright (C) 2002-2005 Junghanns.NET GmbH
Klaus-Peter Junghanns <kpj@junghanns.net>
This program is free software and may be modified and distributed under
the terms of the GNU Public License. There is _NO_ warranty for this!
Thanks go to the debuggers and bugfixers (listed in chronological order) :)
===========================================================================
Lele Forzani <lele@windmill.it>
Florian Overkamp <florian@obsimref.com>
Gareth Watts <gareth@omnipotent.net>
Jeff Noxon <jeff@planetfall.com>
Petr Michalek <petr.michalek@aca.cz>
Jan Stocker
(...and all the others that i forgot..) :-)
This chan_capi version includes:
================================
- multiple controller support
- CID,DNID (callling party, called party)
- CLIR/CLIP
- supplementary services, CD,HOLD,RETRIEVE,ECT
- DTMF (dependend on card) + software DTMF support
- early B3 connects (always,success,never)
- digital audio (what did you think?)
- incoming/outgoing calls
- overlap sending (dialtone)
- E(xplicit) C(all) T(ransfer) (...although it's done implicit .. but dont tell!)
- tuneable latency ;) you can configure the size of B3 blocks at compile time
(in chan_capi_pvt.h, AST_CAPI_MAX_B3_BLOCK_SIZE)
the default is 160 samples, for non-VoIP use you can tune it down to 130
- use asterisk's internal dsp functions for dtmf
- alaw support
- ulaw support!
- Eicon CAPI echo cancelation (echocancel=1)
- reject call waiting (ACO)
- DID for Point to Point mode (a.k.a overlap receiving)
- experimental echo squelching (echosquelch=1)
- call progress, no need to add ||r to your dialstring anymore
- rx/tx gains (rxgain=1.0)
- call deflection on circuitbusy (makefile option) (deflect=12345678)
- (inter)national dialing prefix (for callerid) configurable in capi.conf
- CLI command "capi info" shows B channel status
- capiECT will announce the callerID since it gets lost on most isdn pbxes
the called party can press # to drop the call
- audio syncing (timing outgoing dataB3 on incoming dataB3), supposed to fix
the DATA_B3_REQ (error = 0x1103) problem
- catch all MSN (incomingmsn=*)
- some configuration enhancements (msn=123,124,125 and controller=1,2,3,4)
- accountcode= added.
- finally the echo squelching works!
- callgroup support
- fixed pipe leak
- updated to support the new frame->delivery field
- compiles with latest cvs with a makefile option (LOOK AT THE MAKEFILE)
- fixed channel name bug in p2p mode
- added app_capiNoES for disabling the primitive echo suppressor, use this before
you start recording voicemail or your files may get choppy
- fixed for latest cvs (AST_MUTEX_DEFINE_STATIC)
- fixed for latest cvs (asterisk/parking.h -> asterisk/features.h)
- fixed for latest cvs ast_pthread_create
- ATTENTION! the dialstring syntax now uses the zaptel dialstring syntax
it used to be: Dial(CAPI/[@]<outgoingMSN>:[b|B]<destination>)
now it is: Dial(CAPI/g<group>/[b|B]<destination>)
or: Dial(CAPI/contr<controller>/[b|B]<destination>)
CLIP/CLIR is now uses the calling presentation of the calling channel, this can
be modified using the CallingPres() application. Use CallinPres(32) for CLIR.
That is why the msn= param in capi.conf is now obsolete. The callerID is also
taken from the calling channel.
- fixes for BSD (Jan Stocker)
Helper applications
===================
kapejod says: "No No No, dont use those yet....!" (except maybe HOLD,ECT...)
app_capiCD.c forwards an unanswered call to another phone (does not rely on sservice CD)
example:
exten => s,1,Wait,1
exten => s,2,capiCD,12345678
app_capiHOLD.c puts an answered call on hold, this has nothing to do with asterisk's onhold thingie (music et al)
after putting a call onhold, never use the Wait application!
app_capiRETRIEVE.c gets the holded call back
app_capiECT.c explicit call transfer of the holded call (must put call on hold first!)
example:
exten => s,1,Answer
exten => s,2,capiHOLD
exten => s,3,capiECT,55:50
will ECT the call to 50 using 55 as the callerid/outgoing msn
Using CLIR
==========
Use the CallingPres() application before you dial:
exten => _X.,1,CallingPres(32)
exten => _X.,2,Dial(CAPI/contr1/${EXTEN})
Enjoying early B3 connects (inband call progress, tones and announcements)
==========================================================================
early B3 is now configurable in the dialstring :)
if you prefix the destination number with a 'b' early B3 will always be used, also if the call fails
because the number is unprovisioned, etc ...
if you prefix it with a 'B' early B3 will only be used on successful calls, giving you ring indication,etc...
dont use indications in the Dial command, your local exchange will do that for you:
exten => _X.,1,Dial(CAPI/contr1/B${EXTEN},30) (early B3 on success)
exten => _X.,1,Dial(CAPI/contr1/b${EXTEN},30) (always early B3)
exten => _X.,1,Dial(CAPI/contr1/${EXTEN},30,r) (no early B3, fake ring indication)
exten => _X.,1,Dial(CAPI/contr1/b${EXTEN},30,r) (always early B3, fake indicatons if the exchange
does not give us indications)
exten => _X.,1,Dial(CAPI/contr1/B${EXTEN},30,r) (early B3 on success, fake indicatons if the exchange
does not give us indications)
For normal PBX usage you would use the "b" option, always early B3.
Overlap sending (a.k.a. real dialtone)
======================================
when you dial an empty number, and have early B3 enabled, with:
Dial(CAPI/g1/b)
the channel will come up at once and give you the dialtone it gets from the local exchange.
at this point the channel is like a legacy phone, now you can send dtmf digits to dial.
Example context for incoming calls on MSN 12345678:
===================================================
[capi-in]
exten => 12345678,1,Dial(SIP/phone1)
exten => 12345678,2,Hangup
More information/documentation and commercial support can be found at:
http://www.junghanns.net/asterisk/

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/*
* (CAPI*)
*
* An implementation of Common ISDN API 2.0 for Asterisk
*
* Call Deflection, inspired by capircvd by Alexander Brickwedde
*
* Copyright (C) 2005 Cytronics & Melware
*
* Armin Schindler <armin@melware.de>
*
* Reworked, but based on the work of
* Copyright (C) 2002-2005 Junghanns.NET GmbH
*
* Klaus-Peter Junghanns <kapejod@ns1.jnetdns.de>
*
* This program is free software and may be modified and
* distributed under the terms of the GNU Public License.
*/
#include "config.h"
#include <asterisk/file.h>
#include <asterisk/logger.h>
#include <asterisk/channel.h>
#ifndef CC_AST_HAVE_TECH_PVT
#include <asterisk/channel_pvt.h>
#endif
#include <asterisk/pbx.h>
#include <asterisk/module.h>
#include <stdlib.h>
#include <unistd.h>
#include <string.h>
#include <stdlib.h>
#include <pthread.h>
#include <linux/capi.h>
#include <capi20.h>
#include "chan_capi_pvt.h"
#include "chan_capi_app.h"
static char *tdesc = "(CAPI*) Call Deflection, the magic thing.";
static char *app = "capiCD";
static char *synopsis = "call deflection";
STANDARD_LOCAL_USER;
LOCAL_USER_DECL;
static int capiCD_exec(struct ast_channel *chan, void *data)
{
struct ast_capi_pvt *i = CC_AST_CHANNEL_PVT(chan);
MESSAGE_EXCHANGE_ERROR Info;
_cmsg CMSG;
char bchaninfo[1];
char fac[60];
int res = 0;
int ms = 3000;
struct localuser *u;
if (!data) {
ast_log(LOG_WARNING, "cd requires an argument (destination phone number)\n");
return -1;
}
LOCAL_USER_ADD(u);
/* Do our thing here */
if ((i->state == CAPI_STATE_CONNECTED) ||
(i->state == CAPI_STATE_BCONNECTED)) {
ast_log(LOG_ERROR, "call deflection does not work with calls that are already connected!\n");
LOCAL_USER_REMOVE(u);
return -1;
}
/* wait until the channel is alerting, so we dont drop the call and interfer with msgs */
while ((ms > 0) && (i->state != CAPI_STATE_ALERTING)) {
sleep(100);
ms -= 100;
}
/* make sure we hang up correctly */
i->state = CAPI_STATE_CONNECTPENDING;
fac[0] = 0; /* len */
fac[1] = 0; /* len */
fac[2] = 0x01; /* Use D-Chan */
fac[3] = 0; /* Keypad len */
fac[4] = 31; /* user user data? len = 31 = 29 + 2 */
fac[5] = 0x1c; /* magic? */
fac[6] = 0x1d; /* strlen destination + 18 = 29 */
fac[7] = 0x91; /* .. */
fac[8] = 0xA1;
fac[9] = 0x1A; /* strlen destination + 15 = 26 */
fac[10] = 0x02;
fac[11] = 0x01;
fac[12] = 0x70;
fac[13] = 0x02;
fac[14] = 0x01;
fac[15] = 0x0d;
fac[16] = 0x30;
fac[17] = 0x12; /* strlen destination + 7 = 18 */
fac[18] = 0x30; /* ...hm 0x30 */
fac[19] = 0x0d; /* strlen destination + 2 */
fac[20] = 0x80; /* CLIP */
fac[21] = 0x0b; /* strlen destination */
fac[22] = 0x01; /* destination start */
fac[23] = 0x01; /* */
fac[24] = 0x01; /* */
fac[25] = 0x01; /* */
fac[26] = 0x01; /* */
fac[27] = 0x01; /* */
fac[28] = 0x01; /* */
fac[29] = 0x01; /* */
fac[30] = 0x01; /* */
fac[31] = 0x01; /* */
fac[32] = 0x01; /* */
fac[33] = 0x01; /* 0x01 = sending complete */
fac[34] = 0x01;
fac[35] = 0x01;
memcpy((unsigned char *)fac + 22, data, strlen(data));
fac[22 + strlen(data)] = 0x01; /* fill with 0x01 if number is only 6 numbers (local call) */
fac[23 + strlen(data)] = 0x01;
fac[24 + strlen(data)] = 0x01;
fac[25 + strlen(data)] = 0x01;
fac[26 + strlen(data)] = 0x01;
fac[6] = 18 + strlen(data);
fac[9] = 15 + strlen(data);
fac[17] = 7 + strlen(data);
fac[19] = 2 + strlen(data);
fac[21] = strlen(data);
bchaninfo[0] = 0x1;
INFO_REQ_HEADER(&CMSG, ast_capi_ApplID, get_ast_capi_MessageNumber(), 0);
INFO_REQ_CONTROLLER(&CMSG) = i->controller;
INFO_REQ_PLCI(&CMSG) = i->PLCI;
INFO_REQ_BCHANNELINFORMATION(&CMSG) = (unsigned char*)bchaninfo; /* use D-Channel */
INFO_REQ_KEYPADFACILITY(&CMSG) = 0;
INFO_REQ_USERUSERDATA(&CMSG) = 0;
INFO_REQ_FACILITYDATAARRAY(&CMSG) = (unsigned char*)fac + 4;
if ((Info = _capi_put_cmsg(&CMSG)) != 0) {
res = (int)Info;
} else {
if (capidebug) {
ast_log(LOG_NOTICE, "sent INFO_REQ PLCI = %#x\n",
i->PLCI);
}
}
LOCAL_USER_REMOVE(u);
return res;
}
int unload_module(void)
{
STANDARD_HANGUP_LOCALUSERS;
return ast_unregister_application(app);
}
int load_module(void)
{
return ast_register_application(app, capiCD_exec, synopsis, tdesc);
}
char *description(void)
{
return tdesc;
}
int usecount(void)
{
int res;
STANDARD_USECOUNT(res);
return res;
}
char *key()
{
return ASTERISK_GPL_KEY;
}

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/*
* (CAPI*)
*
* An implementation of Common ISDN API 2.0 for Asterisk
*
* ECT transfer the held call
*
* Copyright (C) 2005 Cytronics & Melware
*
* Armin Schindler <armin@melware.de>
*
* Reworked, but based on the work of
* Copyright (C) 2002-2005 Junghanns.NET GmbH
*
* Klaus-Peter Junghanns <kapejod@ns1.jnetdns.de>
*
* This program is free software and may be modified and
* distributed under the terms of the GNU Public License.
*/
#include "config.h"
#include <asterisk/file.h>
#include <asterisk/logger.h>
#include <asterisk/channel.h>
#ifndef CC_AST_HAVE_TECH_PVT
#include <asterisk/channel_pvt.h>
#endif
#include <asterisk/pbx.h>
#include <asterisk/module.h>
#include <asterisk/say.h>
#include <stdlib.h>
#include <unistd.h>
#include <string.h>
#include <stdlib.h>
#include <pthread.h>
#include <linux/capi.h>
#include <capi20.h>
#include "chan_capi_pvt.h"
#include "chan_capi_app.h"
static char *tdesc = "(CAPI*) ECT";
static char *app = "capiECT";
static char *synopsis = "transfer the call that is on hold";
STANDARD_LOCAL_USER;
LOCAL_USER_DECL;
static int capiECT_exec(struct ast_channel *chan, void *data)
{
struct ast_capi_pvt *i = CC_AST_CHANNEL_PVT(chan);
MESSAGE_EXCHANGE_ERROR Info;
_cmsg CMSG;
char fac[8];
int res = 0;
struct localuser *u;
char *ecodes = "*#";
if (!data) {
ast_log(LOG_WARNING, "ECT requires an argument (destination phone number)\n");
return -1;
}
if (i->onholdPLCI <= 0) {
ast_log(LOG_WARNING, "no call on hold that could be transfered\n");
return -1;
}
LOCAL_USER_ADD(u);
/* Do our thing here */
ast_log(LOG_NOTICE, "ECT to %s\n", (char *)data);
capi_call(chan, data, 0);
while ((i->state != CAPI_STATE_BCONNECTED) && (i->onholdPLCI != 0)) {
usleep(10000);
}
if (i->state == CAPI_STATE_BCONNECTED) {
ast_log(LOG_NOTICE,"call was answered\n");
capi_detect_dtmf(chan, 1);
/* put the stuff to play announcement message here ---> <----- */
res = ast_say_digit_str(chan, i->cid, ecodes, chan->language);
if ( res == '#') {
ast_log(LOG_NOTICE, "res = %d\n", res);
/* user pressed #, hangup */
/* first the holded user */
/* ast_exec("capi RETRIEVE",chan); */
DISCONNECT_REQ_HEADER(&CMSG, ast_capi_ApplID, get_ast_capi_MessageNumber(), 0);
DISCONNECT_REQ_PLCI(&CMSG) = i->onholdPLCI;
if ((Info = _capi_put_cmsg(&CMSG)) == 0) {
ast_log(LOG_NOTICE, "sent DISCONNECT_REQ PLCI=%#x\n",
i->onholdPLCI);
}
/* then the destination */
DISCONNECT_B3_REQ_HEADER(&CMSG, ast_capi_ApplID, get_ast_capi_MessageNumber(), 0);
DISCONNECT_B3_REQ_NCCI(&CMSG) = i->NCCI;
if ((Info = _capi_put_cmsg(&CMSG)) == 0) {
ast_log(LOG_NOTICE, "sent DISCONNECT_B3_REQ NCCI=%#x\n",
i->NCCI);
}
/* wait for the B3 layer to go down */
while (i->state != CAPI_STATE_CONNECTED) {
usleep(10000);
}
DISCONNECT_REQ_HEADER(&CMSG, ast_capi_ApplID, get_ast_capi_MessageNumber(), 0);
DISCONNECT_REQ_PLCI(&CMSG) = i->PLCI;
if ((Info = _capi_put_cmsg(&CMSG)) == 0) {
ast_log(LOG_NOTICE, "sent DISCONNECT_REQ PLCI=%#x\n",
i->PLCI);
}
LOCAL_USER_REMOVE(u);
return -1;
} else {
/* now drop the bchannel */
DISCONNECT_B3_REQ_HEADER(&CMSG, ast_capi_ApplID, get_ast_capi_MessageNumber(), 0);
DISCONNECT_B3_REQ_NCCI(&CMSG) = i->NCCI;
if ((Info = _capi_put_cmsg(&CMSG)) == 0) {
ast_log(LOG_NOTICE, "sent DISCONNECT_B3_REQ NCCI=%#x\n",i->NCCI);
}
/* wait for the B3 layer to go down */
while (i->state != CAPI_STATE_CONNECTED) {
usleep(10000);
}
}
}
/* the caller onhold hungup or died away, drop the answered call */
if (i->onholdPLCI == 0) {
DISCONNECT_REQ_HEADER(&CMSG, ast_capi_ApplID, get_ast_capi_MessageNumber(), 0);
DISCONNECT_REQ_PLCI(&CMSG) = i->PLCI;
if ((Info = _capi_put_cmsg(&CMSG)) == 0) {
ast_log(LOG_NOTICE, "sent DISCONNECT_REQ PLCI=%#x\n",
i->PLCI);
}
return -1;
}
ast_log(LOG_NOTICE, "onholdPLCI = %d\n", i->onholdPLCI);
fac[0] = 7; /* len */
fac[1] = 0x06; /* ECT (function) */
fac[2] = 0x00;
fac[3] = 4; /* len / sservice specific parameter , cstruct */
fac[4] = (i->onholdPLCI << 8 ) >> 8;
fac[5] = i->onholdPLCI >> 8;
fac[6] = 0;
fac[7] = 0;
FACILITY_REQ_HEADER(&CMSG, ast_capi_ApplID, get_ast_capi_MessageNumber(),0);
FACILITY_REQ_CONTROLLER(&CMSG) = i->controller;
FACILITY_REQ_PLCI(&CMSG) = i->onholdPLCI;
FACILITY_REQ_FACILITYSELECTOR(&CMSG) = 0x0003; /* sservices */
FACILITY_REQ_FACILITYREQUESTPARAMETER(&CMSG) = (char *)&fac;
if ((Info = _capi_put_cmsg(&CMSG)) != 0) {
res = (int)Info;
} else {
ast_log(LOG_NOTICE, "sent FACILITY_REQ PLCI = %#x (%#x %#x) onholdPLCI = %#x\n ",
i->PLCI, fac[4], fac[5], i->onholdPLCI);
ast_log(LOG_NOTICE,"%s\n",capi_cmsg2str(&CMSG));
}
/* i->outgoing = -1; / incoming + outgoing, this is a magic channel :) */
LOCAL_USER_REMOVE(u);
return res;
}
int unload_module(void)
{
STANDARD_HANGUP_LOCALUSERS;
return ast_unregister_application(app);
}
int load_module(void)
{
return ast_register_application(app, capiECT_exec, synopsis, tdesc);
}
char *description(void)
{
return tdesc;
}
int usecount(void)
{
int res;
STANDARD_USECOUNT(res);
return res;
}
char *key()
{
return ASTERISK_GPL_KEY;
}

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/*
* (CAPI*)
*
* An implementation of Common ISDN API 2.0 for Asterisk
*
* HOLD ... stop right there...that's close enough
*
* Copyright (C) 2005 Cytronics & Melware
*
* Armin Schindler <armin@melware.de>
*
* Reworked, but based on the work of
* Copyright (C) 2002-2005 Junghanns.NET GmbH
*
* Klaus-Peter Junghanns <kapejod@ns1.jnetdns.de>
*
* This program is free software and may be modified and
* distributed under the terms of the GNU Public License.
*/
#include "config.h"
#include <asterisk/file.h>
#include <asterisk/logger.h>
#include <asterisk/channel.h>
#ifndef CC_AST_HAVE_TECH_PVT
#include <asterisk/channel_pvt.h>
#endif
#include <asterisk/pbx.h>
#include <asterisk/module.h>
#include <stdlib.h>
#include <unistd.h>
#include <string.h>
#include <stdlib.h>
#include <pthread.h>
#include <linux/capi.h>
#include <capi20.h>
#include "chan_capi_pvt.h"
#include "chan_capi_app.h"
static char *tdesc = "(CAPI*) HOLD";
static char *app = "capiHOLD";
static char *synopsis = "put the call on hold";
STANDARD_LOCAL_USER;
LOCAL_USER_DECL;
static int capiHOLD_exec(struct ast_channel *chan, void *data)
{
struct ast_capi_pvt *i = CC_AST_CHANNEL_PVT(chan);
MESSAGE_EXCHANGE_ERROR Info;
_cmsg CMSG;
char fac[4];
int res = 0;
struct localuser *u;
LOCAL_USER_ADD(u);
/* Do our thing here */
while (i->state != CAPI_STATE_BCONNECTED) {
usleep(10000);
}
fac[0] = 3; /* len */
fac[1] = 0x02; /* this is a HOLD up */
fac[2] = 0;
fac[3] = 0;
FACILITY_REQ_HEADER(&CMSG,ast_capi_ApplID, get_ast_capi_MessageNumber(),0);
FACILITY_REQ_PLCI(&CMSG) = i->PLCI;
FACILITY_REQ_FACILITYSELECTOR(&CMSG) = 0x0003; /* sservices */
FACILITY_REQ_FACILITYREQUESTPARAMETER(&CMSG) = (char *)&fac;
if ((Info = _capi_put_cmsg(&CMSG)) != 0) {
LOCAL_USER_REMOVE(u);
return Info;
} else {
ast_log(LOG_NOTICE,"sent FACILITY_REQ PLCI = %#x\n",
i->PLCI);
}
i->state = CAPI_STATE_PUTTINGONHOLD;
i->onholdPLCI= i->PLCI;
while (i->state == CAPI_STATE_PUTTINGONHOLD) {
usleep(10000);
}
if (i->onholdPLCI != 0) {
ast_log(LOG_NOTICE,"PLCI = %#x is on hold now\n",
i->onholdPLCI);
} else {
i->state = CAPI_STATE_BCONNECTED;
ast_log(LOG_NOTICE,"PLCI = %#x did not go on hold. going on!\n",
i->PLCI);
}
LOCAL_USER_REMOVE(u);
return res;
}
int unload_module(void)
{
STANDARD_HANGUP_LOCALUSERS;
return ast_unregister_application(app);
}
int load_module(void)
{
return ast_register_application(app, capiHOLD_exec, synopsis, tdesc);
}
char *description(void)
{
return tdesc;
}
int usecount(void)
{
int res;
STANDARD_USECOUNT(res);
return res;
}
char *key()
{
return ASTERISK_GPL_KEY;
}

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/*
* (CAPI*)
*
* An implementation of Common ISDN API 2.0 for Asterisk
*
* Malicious Caller ID
*
* Copyright (C) 2005 Cytronics & Melware
*
* Armin Schindler <armin@melware.de>
*
* Reworked, but based on the work of
* Copyright (C) 2002-2005 Junghanns.NET GmbH
*
* Klaus-Peter Junghanns <kapejod@ns1.jnetdns.de>
*
* This program is free software and may be modified and
* distributed under the terms of the GNU Public License.
*/
#include "config.h"
#include <asterisk/file.h>
#include <asterisk/logger.h>
#include <asterisk/channel.h>
#ifndef CC_AST_HAVE_TECH_PVT
#include <asterisk/channel_pvt.h>
#endif
#include <asterisk/pbx.h>
#include <asterisk/module.h>
#include <stdlib.h>
#include <unistd.h>
#include <string.h>
#include <stdlib.h>
#include <pthread.h>
#include <linux/capi.h>
#include <capi20.h>
#include "chan_capi_pvt.h"
#include "chan_capi_app.h"
static char *tdesc = "(CAPI*) Malicious Caller ID, the evil thing.";
static char *app = "capiMCID";
static char *synopsis = "malicious caller id";
STANDARD_LOCAL_USER;
LOCAL_USER_DECL;
static int capiMCID_exec(struct ast_channel *chan, void *data)
{
struct ast_capi_pvt *i = CC_AST_CHANNEL_PVT(chan);
MESSAGE_EXCHANGE_ERROR Info;
_cmsg CMSG;
char fac[4];
int res = 0;
struct localuser *u;
LOCAL_USER_ADD(u);
/* Do our thing here */
/*
if ((i->state != CAPI_STATE_CONNECTED) && (i->state != CAPI_STATE_BCONNECTED)) {
ast_log(LOG_ERROR, "need to accept the call first to MCID!\n");
LOCAL_USER_REMOVE(u);
return -1;
}
*/
fac[0] = 3; /* len */
fac[1] = 0x0d;
fac[2] = 0x00;
fac[3] = 0;
FACILITY_REQ_HEADER(&CMSG,ast_capi_ApplID, get_ast_capi_MessageNumber(),0);
FACILITY_REQ_PLCI(&CMSG) = i->PLCI;
FACILITY_REQ_FACILITYSELECTOR(&CMSG) = 0x0003; /* sservices */
FACILITY_REQ_FACILITYREQUESTPARAMETER(&CMSG) = (char *)&fac;
if ((Info = _capi_put_cmsg(&CMSG)) != 0) {
LOCAL_USER_REMOVE(u);
return Info;
} else {
if (capidebug) {
ast_log(LOG_NOTICE,"sent FACILITY_REQ PLCI = %#x\n",
i->PLCI);
}
}
LOCAL_USER_REMOVE(u);
return res;
}
int unload_module(void)
{
STANDARD_HANGUP_LOCALUSERS;
return ast_unregister_application(app);
}
int load_module(void)
{
return ast_register_application(app, capiMCID_exec, synopsis, tdesc);
}
char *description(void)
{
return tdesc;
}
int usecount(void)
{
int res;
STANDARD_USECOUNT(res);
return res;
}
char *key()
{
return ASTERISK_GPL_KEY;
}

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/*
* (CAPI*)
*
* An implementation of Common ISDN API 2.0 for Asterisk
*
* Disable echo suppression (useful for fax and voicemail!)
*
* Copyright (C) 2005 Cytronics & Melware
*
* Armin Schindler <armin@melware.de>
*
* Reworked, but based on the work of
* Copyright (C) 2002-2005 Junghanns.NET GmbH
*
* Klaus-Peter Junghanns <kapejod@ns1.jnetdns.de>
*
* This program is free software and may be modified and
* distributed under the terms of the GNU Public License.
*/
#include "config.h"
#include <asterisk/file.h>
#include <asterisk/logger.h>
#include <asterisk/channel.h>
#ifndef CC_AST_HAVE_TECH_PVT
#include <asterisk/channel_pvt.h>
#endif
#include <asterisk/pbx.h>
#include <asterisk/module.h>
#include <stdlib.h>
#include <unistd.h>
#include <string.h>
#include <stdlib.h>
#include <pthread.h>
#include <linux/capi.h>
#include <capi20.h>
#include "chan_capi_pvt.h"
#include "chan_capi_app.h"
static char *tdesc = "(CAPI*) No Echo Suppression.";
static char *app = "capiNoES";
static char *synopsis = "Disable Echo Suppression";
STANDARD_LOCAL_USER;
LOCAL_USER_DECL;
static int capiNoES_exec(struct ast_channel *chan, void *data)
{
int res=0;
struct localuser *u;
LOCAL_USER_ADD(u);
if (strcasecmp("CAPI", chan->type) == 0) {
struct ast_capi_pvt *i = CC_AST_CHANNEL_PVT(chan);
if (i->doES == 1) {
i->doES = 0;
}
} else {
ast_log(LOG_WARNING, "capiNoES only works on CAPI channels, check your extensions.conf!\n");
}
LOCAL_USER_REMOVE(u);
return res;
}
int unload_module(void)
{
STANDARD_HANGUP_LOCALUSERS;
return ast_unregister_application(app);
}
int load_module(void)
{
return ast_register_application(app, capiNoES_exec, synopsis, tdesc);
}
char *description(void)
{
return tdesc;
}
int usecount(void)
{
int res;
STANDARD_USECOUNT(res);
return res;
}
char *key()
{
return ASTERISK_GPL_KEY;
}

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/*
* (CAPI*)
*
* An implementation of Common ISDN API 2.0 for Asterisk
*
* RETRIEVE
*
* Copyright (C) 2005 Cytronics & Melware
*
* Armin Schindler <armin@melware.de>
*
* Reworked, but based on the work of
* Copyright (C) 2002-2005 Junghanns.NET GmbH
*
* Klaus-Peter Junghanns <kapejod@ns1.jnetdns.de>
*
* This program is free software and may be modified and
* distributed under the terms of the GNU Public License.
*/
#include "config.h"
#include <asterisk/file.h>
#include <asterisk/logger.h>
#include <asterisk/channel.h>
#ifndef CC_AST_HAVE_TECH_PVT
#include <asterisk/channel_pvt.h>
#endif
#include <asterisk/pbx.h>
#include <asterisk/module.h>
#include <stdlib.h>
#include <unistd.h>
#include <string.h>
#include <stdlib.h>
#include <pthread.h>
#include <linux/capi.h>
#include <capi20.h>
#include "chan_capi_pvt.h"
#include "chan_capi_app.h"
static char *tdesc = "(CAPI*) RETRIEVE";
static char *app = "capiRETRIEVE";
static char *synopsis = "retrieve the call that is on hold";
STANDARD_LOCAL_USER;
LOCAL_USER_DECL;
static int capiRETRIEVE_exec(struct ast_channel *chan, void *data)
{
struct ast_capi_pvt *i = CC_AST_CHANNEL_PVT(chan);
MESSAGE_EXCHANGE_ERROR Info;
_cmsg CMSG;
char fac[4];
int res = 0;
struct localuser *u;
if (i->onholdPLCI <= 0) {
ast_log(LOG_WARNING, "no call on hold to retrieve!\n");
return -1;
}
LOCAL_USER_ADD(u);
/* Do our thing here */
fac[0] = 3; /* len */
fac[1] = 0x03; /* retrieve */
fac[2] = 0x00;
fac[3] = 0;
FACILITY_REQ_HEADER(&CMSG,ast_capi_ApplID, get_ast_capi_MessageNumber(),0);
FACILITY_REQ_PLCI(&CMSG) = i->onholdPLCI;
FACILITY_REQ_FACILITYSELECTOR(&CMSG) = 0x0003; /* sservices */
FACILITY_REQ_FACILITYREQUESTPARAMETER(&CMSG) = (char *)&fac;
if ((Info = _capi_put_cmsg(&CMSG)) != 0) {
LOCAL_USER_REMOVE(u);
return Info;
} else {
i->state = CAPI_STATE_RETRIEVING;
ast_log(LOG_NOTICE,"sent FACILITY_REQ PLCI = %#x\n",i->onholdPLCI);
}
while (i->state == CAPI_STATE_RETRIEVING) {
usleep(10000);
}
/* send a CONNECT_B3_REQ */
memset(&CMSG, 0, sizeof(_cmsg));
CONNECT_B3_REQ_HEADER(&CMSG, ast_capi_ApplID, get_ast_capi_MessageNumber(),0);
CONNECT_B3_REQ_PLCI(&CMSG) = i->PLCI;
if ((Info = _capi_put_cmsg(&CMSG)) == 0) {
ast_log(LOG_NOTICE,"sent CONNECT_B3_REQ (PLCI=%#x)\n",
i->PLCI);
}
while (i->state == CAPI_STATE_CONNECTED) {
usleep(10000);
}
ast_log(LOG_NOTICE,"retrieved PLCI = %#x\n", i->PLCI);
LOCAL_USER_REMOVE(u);
return res;
}
int unload_module(void)
{
STANDARD_HANGUP_LOCALUSERS;
return ast_unregister_application(app);
}
int load_module(void)
{
return ast_register_application(app, capiRETRIEVE_exec, synopsis, tdesc);
}
char *description(void)
{
return tdesc;
}
int usecount(void)
{
int res;
STANDARD_USECOUNT(res);
return res;
}
char *key()
{
return ASTERISK_GPL_KEY;
}

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;
; CAPI config
;
;
[general]
nationalprefix=0
internationalprefix=00
rxgain=0.8
txgain=0.8
[interfaces]
; mode: ptmp (point-to-multipoint) or ptp (point-to-point)
isdnmode=ptmp
; allow incoming calls to this list of MSNs, * == any
incomingmsn=*
; capi controller number