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README

chan_capi a Common ISDN API 2.0 implementation for Asterisk

 Copyright (C) 2005-2009 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, bugfixers and contributors :)
===========================================================================
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
Frank Sautter, levigo group
Hans Petter Selasky
Simon Peter <dn.tlp@gmx.net>
Mario Goegel <m.goegel@gmx.de>

(...and all the others that have been forgotten...) :-)

No support for Asterisk 1.0.x any more, you need at least
Asterisk 1.2.x , 1.4.x or 1.6.x.

Note:
Eicon DIVA Server cards are now named Dialogic(R) Diva(R).

This chan_capi version includes:
=====================================================
- Multiple controller support
- CID,DNID (callling party, called party)
- CLIR/CLIP
- Supplementary services: CD (deflect/reroute),HOLD,RETRIEVE,ECT,3PTY
- 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 and additional digits)
- E(xplicit) C(all) T(ransfer) (...although it's done implicit-but don't tell!)
- Use asterisks internal DSP functions for DTMF
- Alaw support 
- Ulaw support! 
- Dialogic DSP echo cancelation (echocancel=1)
- Reject call waiting (ACO)
- DID for Point to Point mode (a.k.a overlap receiving)
- Rx/Tx gains using positive linar value (rxgain=1.0, txgain=1.0 means no change) 
- (Inter)national/subscriber dialing prefix (for callerid) configurable in capi.conf
- CLI command "capi info" shows B channel status of chan_capi
- Catch all MSN (incomingmsn=*)
- Some configuration enhancements (msn=123,124,125)
- Added accountcode= 
- Echo squelching (echosquelch=1)
- Callgroup support
- report correct DIALSTATUS and HANGUPCAUSE.
- Updated to support the new frame->delivery field
- Compiles with different Asterisk versions (automatic build configuration)
- receive/send faxes for CAPI (see below)
- Fixes and compatibility for BSD (Jan Stocker and Hans Petter Selasky)
- Support 'type of number'.
- ISDN hold.
- CAPI Line Interconnect.
- CAPI VoIP/RTP
- CLI command "capi show channels" shows details on channel status.
- Asterisk 1.4 jitterbuffer configuration.
- some QSIG extensions (see README.qsig)
- CCBS (call completion on busy subscriber)
- CAPI CHAT (CAPI MeetMe using onboard DSPs)
- KEYPAD digits detection
- provide DATE/TIME in NT-mode.


The Dial string
===============

  Example:        Dial(CAPI/g<group>/[<callerid>:]<destination>[/<params>])
  Or:             Dial(CAPI/contr<controller>/[<callerid>:]<destination>[/<params>])
  Or:             Dial(CAPI/<interface-name>/[<callerid>:]<destination>[/<params>])

  'group' can be a value, comma separated list of values or a range
  using '-'. The according interface is found by searching a match with
  the 'group' specified in the capi.conf for each interface.

  The optional <callerid> followed by an ':' can be used to set a callerid
  for this dial() command, without changing the original channel's callerid.

  'params' is an optional part to set special settings for this call.
  The string consists of a list of characters with the following meaning:
   'b' : early B3 always.
   'B' : early B3 on successful calls only.
   'd' : use the default caller id which is set by defaultcid= in capi.conf
   'o' : use overlap sending of number.
         (Useful if additional digits shall be send afterwards or together
          with 'b' to get dialtone and then send the number, e.g. if otherwise
          no progress tones are available)
   's' : activate 'stay-online': don't disconnect CAPI connection on Hangup.
         This is needed to give additional commands like CCBS after Hangup.
         To really hangup the CAPI connection, use either capicommand(hangup)
         or wait for chan_capi/network timeout (about 20 seconds).
   'G' : early Line-Interconnect / bridge: Use Line-Interconnect as soon as
         both b-channels are up. Both channels must be of type CAPI and
         the incoming call may need 'capicommand(progress)' to enable early-B3
         on it as well as dial option 'b' for the outgoing channel.
         Before Dial(), the capicommand(peerlink) must be used to signal the
         dialed channel its peer.

  If the <interface-name> is used in dialstring, be sure the name (specified
  in capi.conf) does not start with 'contr' or 'g'.

  CLIP/CLIR uses the calling presentation of the calling channel, which can
  be modified using the SetCallerPres() application. Use
  SetCallerPres(prohib_not_screened) for CLIR. That is why the msn= param in
  capi.conf has been removed. The callerID is also taken from the calling channel.


CLI commands
============

capi info:
    Show chan_capi version info.
    Show status of available B-channels.

capi debug:
    Enable CAPI message verbosity.

capi no debug:
    Disable CAPI message verbosity.

capi show channels:
    Display detailed information on CAPI B-channels.
    (Description see below)

capi chatinfo:
    Show status of CAPI CHAT.


CAPI command application
========================================
chan_capi provides an additional Asterisk application
   capicommand()
With this application, special capi commands and features can be used.

Call Deflection:
    Forwards an unanswered call to another number.
        Example:
        exten => s,1,capicommand(deflect|12345678)
  
Fax receive:
    Receive a fax using CAPI.
        Example:
        exten => s,1,capicommand(receivefax|/tmp/${UNIQUEID}|+49 6137 555123|Asterisk|k)
	(more see below)

Fax send:
    Send a fax using CAPI.
        Example:
        exten => s,1,capicommand(sendfax|/path/to/faxfile.sff|+49 6137 555123|Asterisk)
	(more see below)

Enable/Disable echosquelch:
    Enable or disable a very primitive echo suppressor.
    Disable this before you start recording voicemail or your files may get choppy.
        Example:
        exten => s,1,capicommand(echosquelch|yes)
          or
        exten => s,1,capicommand(echosquelch|no)

Enable/Disable echocancel:
    Enable or disable echo-cancel provided by CAPI driver/hardware.
    You may need to disable echo-cancel when e.g. data/fax transmission handled
    by non-CAPI application. After hangup, this setting is restored to value
    set in capi.conf.
        Example:
        exten => s,1,capicommand(echocancel|yes)
          or
        exten => s,1,capicommand(echocancel|no)

Malicious Call Identification:
    Report a call of malicious nature.
        Example:
        exten => s,1,capicommand(malicious)

Hold:
    Puts an answered call on hold, this has nothing to do with asterisk's onhold
    thingie (music et al).
    An optional parameter is the name of the variable which shall be set with
    the reference ID of the call on hold.
        Example:
        exten => s,1,capicommand(hold)
         or
        exten => s,1,capicommand(hold|MYHOLDVAR)

Holdtype:
    Set the type of 'hold'. When Asterisk wants to put the call on hold, the specified method
    will be used.
        Example:
        exten => s,1,capicommand(holdtype|local)  ;no hold, Asterisk can play MOH
         or
        exten => s,1,capicommand(holdtype|hold)   ;ISDN-HOLD 
         or
        ; not yet implemented
        exten => s,1,capicommand(holdtype|notify) ;notify the peer only, Asterisk can play MOH

       
Retrieve:
    Gets back the holded call. An optional parameter is the reference ID of the call
    on hold.
        Example:
        exten => s,1,capicommand(retrieve)
         or
        exten => s,1,capicommand(retrieve|${MYHOLDVAR})

ECT:
    Explicit call transfer of the call on hold (must put call on hold first!)
        Example:
        exten => s,1,capicommand(ect|${MYHOLDVAR})
         or
        [macro-capiect]
        exten => s,1,capicommand(ect)
        [default]
        exten => s,1,capicommand(hold)
        exten => s,2,Wait(1)
        exten => s,3,Dial(CAPI/contr1/1234,60,M(capiect))
    Note: Normaly a PBX needs 'implicit call transfer', which is done by default
    with this command. But if the line needs real 'explicit call transfer', use
        exten => s,1,capicommand(ect|x)
    instead.

3PTY:
    Initiate a Three-Party Conference (must have one call on hold and one active call!).
        Example:
        exten => s,1,capicommand(3pty_begin|${MYHOLDVAR})
         or
        [macro-capi3pty]
        exten => s,1,capicommand(3pty_begin)
        [default]
        exten => s,1,capicommand(hold)
        exten => s,2,Dial(CAPI/contr1/1234,,M(capi3pty))

Peer link creation:
    Create a reference for chan_capi to know who is the calling channel on Dial().
    This is needed if you want to use CCBS/CCNR afterwards.
        Example:
        exten => s,1,capicommand(peerlink)

Hangup in mode 'stay-online':
    After hangup in 'stay-online' mode, the line isn't really disconnected
    until timeout or command:
        exten => s,1,capicommand(hangup)
    This works after capicommand(peerlink) only.

Set local party to 'busy' or 'free':
    Set the local phone to status to 'busy' or 'free' when
    awaiting a callback for CCBS/CCNR. If the network wants to
    call you back for CCBS/CCNR, chan_capi normaly doesn't know
    about the status of the extension who started the callback.
    By default chan_capi assumes 'free', but you can change that
    with:
        exten => s,1,capicommand(ccpartybusy|${CCLINKAGEID}|yes)
    or 
        exten => s,1,capicommand(ccpartybusy|${CCLINKAGEID}|no)

Call completion on subscriber busy (CCBS):
    To receive a callback when the dialed and busy party becomes free, aka
    call completion on subscriber busy, you can do the following:
        Example:
        exten => s,1,capicommand(peerlink)  ;to let chan_capi know who is the calling channel.
        exten => s,2,Dial(CAPI/contr1/123456,60,g)  ;'g' to go-on with the dialplan on busy.
        exten => s,3,NoOp(${CCLINKAGEID})  ;if this variable now contains a number, CCBS is possible.
            ;here you can ask the caller if CCBS shall be activated...
        exten => s,4,capicommand(ccbs|${CCLINKAGEID}|<context>|<exten>|<priority>)
        exten => s,5,NoOp(${CCBSSTATUS})  ;if CCBS was successfully enabled, it is set to "ACTIVATED".
    If the remote party becomes 'non-busy', the network initiates the callback which will be
    sent to the provided context/exten/priority. Of course, this only happens if your local
    phone is set to 'free' with capicommand(ccpartybusy), which is the default.
    In this context/exten/priority you should just setup a callfile to initiate an outgoing
    call from your extension to
        exten => s,1,Dial(CAPI/ccbs/${CCLINKAGEID}/)

Deactivate CCBS:
    To deactivate a previously activated CCBS, use following command:
        Example:
        exten => s,1,capicommand(ccbsstop|${CCLINKAGEID})

Chat (MeetMe/Conference):
    If the CAPI card/driver supports it, the caller can be put into a chat-room:
    (This uses the DSPs onboard a Dialogic Diva Rev.2 card.)
        exten => s,1,capicommand(chat|<roomname>|<options>|controller)
		Example:
            exten => s,1,capicommand(chat|salesmeeting|m|1,3-6)
    Possible options:
    'm' = The first caller will get music-on-hold until second caller arrives.

Progress / early-B3 on incoming calls:
    Activate early-B3 on incoming channels to signal progress tones
    when in NT-mode or if the Telco-line supports this.
        Example:
        exten => s,1,capicommand(progress)

Get CAPI application ID:
    To store the CAPI application ID in an asterisk dialplan variable, use:
        Example:
            exten => s,1,capicommand(getid,CAPI_ID)
            exten => s,2,NoOp(CAPI appl-id is ${CAPI_ID})

Using CLIR
==========
Use the SetCallerPres() application before you dial:
	exten => _X.,1,SetCallerPres(prohib_not_screened)
	exten => _X.,2,Dial(CAPI/contr1/${EXTEN})


Enjoying early B3 connects (inband call progress, tones and announcements)
==========================================================================
Early B3 is configurable in the dialstring parameters.
If you set a 'b', early B3 will always be used, also if the call fails,
because the number is unprovisioned, etc ...
If you set a 'B', early B3 will only be used on successful calls, 
giving you ring indication,etc...

Don't use indications in the Dial command, your local exchange will do that for 
you:
	exten => _X.,1,Dial(CAPI/contr1/${EXTEN}/B,30)		
		(early B3 on success)
	
	exten => _X.,1,Dial(CAPI/contr1/${EXTEN}/b,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/${EXTEN}/b,30,r)		
		(always early B3, fake indicatons if the exchange does not give us 
		indications)
	
	exten => _X.,1,Dial(CAPI/contr1/${EXTEN}/B,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


Short HOWTO of capicommand(receivefax...) and capicommand(sendfax...):
========================================================================================
For those of you who have a CAPI card with an on-board DSP (like Dialogic Diva),
this allows you to receive/send faxes.

capicommand(receivefax|<filename>[|<stationid>|<headline>|<options>]):
-------------------------------------------------------------------------
If you want to answer a channel in fax mode, use capicommand(receivefax|...)
instead of Answer()
If you use Answer(), you will be in voice mode. If the hardware DSP detects 
fax tone, you can switch from voice to fax mode by calling capicommand(receivefax|...).
The parameter <filename> is mandatory and the parameters <stationid>,
<headline> and <options> are optional.
By default, if fax reception was not successful, the file is deleted. If you want even
partly received or broken fax files, use 'k' for "keep bad fax" in the <options>:
  capicommand(receivefax|/tmp/${UNIQUEID}|+123456789||k)

To enable fax tone detection and redirect to extension 'fax', use config variable
'faxdetect' in capi.conf. This can be limited to the first 'n' seconds of a connection
using the setting 'faxdetecttime' in capi.conf.

Example of use :
line number 123, play something, if a fax tone is detected, handle it
line number 124, answer directly in fax mode

[incoming]
exten => 123,1,Answer()
exten => 123,2,BackGround(jpop)
exten => 124,1,Goto(handle_fax,s,1)
exten => fax,1,Goto(handle_fax,s,1)

[handle_fax]
exten => s,1,capicommand(receivefax|/tmp/${UNIQUEID}[|<stationid>|<headline>|<options>])
exten => s,2,Hangup()
exten => h,1,deadagi,fax.php // Run sfftobmp and mail it.

The output of capicommand(receivefax|...) is a SFF file.
Use sfftobmp to convert it.
With a Dialogic Diva, following features are provided:
 - fax up to 33600
 - high resolution
 - Color Fax 
 - JPEG Compression is disabled (not tested yet)

capicommand(sendfax|<filename>[|<stationid>|<headline>]):
------------------------------------------------------------
To send a fax, you can use the same mechanism like with receivefax.
Just replace the <filename> with the path to the .SFF file to send.

After disconnect of a fax connection, the following variables
will be set for that channel:
FAXSTATUS     : 0 = OK, 1 = Error.
FAXREASON     : Value of B3 disconnect reason.
FAXREASONTEXT : Decoded text of FAXREASON value.
FAXRATE       : The baud rate of the fax connection.
FAXRESOLUTION : 0 = standard, 1 = high.
FAXFORMAT     : 0 = SFF.
FAXPAGES      : Number of pages received.
FAXID         : The ID of the remote fax maschine.

KEYPAD digits in NT-mode
========================
If the device connected to a NT-mode port sends KEYPAD digits
instead of normal digits, this call is then send to extension
'Kxxx'. Where 'xxx' stands for the KEYPAD digits sent.

CLI command "capi show channels"
==============================================
This CLI command shows detailed info on all CAPI channels.
Column description:
  Line-Name : the name of the interface as defined in capi.conf
  NTmode    : is the line in NT mode instead fo TE mode
  state     : the state of the channel, like 'Conn', 'Disc', 'Dial', ...
  i/o       : incoming or outgoing line
  bproto    : protocol on CAPI ('fax', 'trans' or 'rtp')
  isdnstate : a string which may consists of the following characters
              * = PBX is active
              G = Line-Interconnect (CAPI bridge) active
              B = b-channel is up
              b = b-channel is requested
              P = Progress was signaled
              H = this line is on hold
              T = this line is in transfer (ECT) mode
              S = SETUP[_ACK] was signaled
  ton       : type of number value
  number    : the caller-number and destination-number


Asterisk variables used/set by chan_capi
==========================================================

BCHANNELINFO
    On incomming call, this variable is set with the B-channel information value:
     '0' : B-channel is used (default)
     '1' : D-channel is used (not implemented yet)
     '2' : neither B nor D channel is used (e.g. call waiting)
    Call-Waiting: an incoming call with BCHANNELINFO not '0' cannot be accepted.
    Another connection must be dropped before accepting or use
    capicommand(deflect|<number>) to initiate call deflection to another destination.

CALLEDTON
    The 'type of number' value of the called number is saved in this variable on
    incomming call.

CALLERTON
    The 'type of number' value to overwrite for the caller number on outgoing call.

_CALLERHOLDID
    If a call is put on hold (ISDN-HOLD), the reference id is saved in this variable.
    This variable is inherited as CALLERHOLDID to the dialed channel and will be used
    if e.g. capicommand(ect) is used to transfer the held call.

CALLINGSUBADDRESS
    If set on dial(), the calling subaddress will be set to the content.

CALLEDSUBADDRESS
    If set on dial(), the called subaddress will be set to the content.

CCBSSTATUS
    When using capicommand(ccbs|....), this variable is set to either "ERROR" or
    "ACTIVATED".

CCLINKAGEID
    If a Call-Linkage-Id is received for CCBS/CCNR, this variable contains this Id.
    But you need to use capicommand(peerlink) before dialing a CAPI channel, because
    of a design problem in Asterisk, chan_capi is not able to set channel variables
    of the calling channel.

CONNECTEDNUMBER
    Can be set before answering and if set, the content is used for
    IE 'Connected Number' on answering.

FAXEXTEN
    If chan_capi sends the call to extensions 'fax', the original extension number
    is saved in this variable.

PRI_CAUSE
    If set, this value will be used as hangup cause on hangup.

REDIRECTINGNUMBER
    On incoming call, if the call was redirected to you by someone, the
    number of the redirecting party is saved in this variable.
    RDNIS is set as well.

REDIRECTREASON
    If the incoming call was redirected to you, this variable is set
    with the reason value.

REDIRECTIONNUMBER
    If an outgoing call is redirected, this variable may be set to the
    new destination.