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OT: SNOM and TAPI
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Peer Oliver schmidt
2004-02-22 20:47:53 UTC
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Hi,

anyone here running SNOM phones with TAPI integration with Outlook?

Any other hardware phone with some TAPI integration?

rgds
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Andy Powell
2004-02-23 15:45:57 UTC
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Snom TAPI integration is a joke...

Andy


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Post by Peer Oliver schmidt
Hi,
anyone here running SNOM phones with TAPI integration with Outlook?
Any other hardware phone with some TAPI integration?
rgds
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Peer Oliver schmidt
2004-02-23 16:26:09 UTC
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Post by Andy Powell
Snom TAPI integration is a joke...
Would you mind elaborating a bit on this? Is the future implemented, but
does not work, or is it not implemented at all? Or something else?

Thanks

rgds
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Andy Powell
2004-02-24 09:43:57 UTC
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The feature isn't really implemented.. you can install the 'driver' but you only get the ability to dial, no real status information etc... I got so fed up i wrote a little app to use http://<ip of phone>/dialnumber_en.htm?sip:<number>@<ip of asterisk box>, the app also allows me to click sip: uri's which it will dial...

Andy



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Post by Peer Oliver schmidt
Post by Andy Powell
Snom TAPI integration is a joke...
Would you mind elaborating a bit on this? Is the future implemented, but
does not work, or is it not implemented at all? Or something else?
Thanks
rgds
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Peer Oliver schmidt
2004-02-24 10:17:33 UTC
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Post by Andy Powell
Post by Peer Oliver schmidt
Post by Andy Powell
Snom TAPI integration is a joke...
Would you mind elaborating a bit on this? Is the future implemented,
but does not work, or is it not implemented at all? Or something
else?
The feature isn't really implemented.. you can install the 'driver'
but you only get the ability to dial, no real status information etc...
[..]
Post by Andy Powell
the app also allows me to click sip: uri's which it will dial...
Thanks for the clearification.

I am not concerned with dialing out, but more with dialing in. Dialing
out is POC with asterisk, and we have already implemented that using the
manager interface and some PHP code.

But the real killer, IMHO, of TAPI lies in the notification your
application receive upon incoming calls. This decade old "vision", of a
call coming in, and all caller related information is popping up on the
screen, this is what I am after. Currently I am testing a small
embeddable Java Applet on the client, and a small AGI on the server
together with some PHP code.

However, the drawback is, you have to implement this for each and every
application, instead of having a standard that would work, at least with
basic functionality, with a whole set of applications. I really like the
concept of logging into "a" workstation, authenticating myself, and
every call I receive will work with whatever CRM system that supports a
specific API.

I guess I should go back to bed and continue dreaming, or maybe change
what I smoke...

rgds
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Christian Stredicke
2004-02-23 21:58:06 UTC
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I remember we had something one or two years ago, but I remember that was
not what I was dreaming of.

Sorry we are not so good in implementing Windows-stuff... Maybe has someone
out there a template for TAPI? Something for someone who never did something
with COM or DCOM or .net or whatever...

BTW click-to-dial can be initiated with a REFER request. That's 100 % SIP.

CS
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Snom TAPI integration is a joke...
Andy
Jiri Kuthan
2004-02-23 22:43:16 UTC
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I tend to agree with Christian, imho if there is something a joke
then it is TAPI. There are lot of service creation techniques,
be distributed REFER-based or centralized B2BUA-based which
take no additional .*APIs.

-jiri
Post by Christian Stredicke
I remember we had something one or two years ago, but I remember that was
not what I was dreaming of.
Sorry we are not so good in implementing Windows-stuff... Maybe has someone
out there a template for TAPI? Something for someone who never did something
with COM or DCOM or .net or whatever...
BTW click-to-dial can be initiated with a REFER request. That's 100 % SIP.
CS
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Snom TAPI integration is a joke...
Andy
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FastJack
2004-02-23 22:53:51 UTC
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hi christian,

have a look at http://www.julmar.com/. TSP++ version 2 is a opensource,
GPLed library for creating a tapi service provider.
I think this is a good point to start. I was just dreaming of having such a
baby for use with asterisk* via it's manager function.

bye
thorsten


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From: "Christian Stredicke" <***@snom.de>
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Sorry we are not so good in implementing Windows-stuff... Maybe has someone
out there a template for TAPI? Something for someone who never did something
with COM or DCOM or .net or whatever...
Greg Boehnlein
2004-02-23 22:13:40 UTC
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Post by Christian Stredicke
I remember we had something one or two years ago, but I remember that was
not what I was dreaming of.
Sorry we are not so good in implementing Windows-stuff... Maybe has someone
out there a template for TAPI? Something for someone who never did something
with COM or DCOM or .net or whatever...
BTW click-to-dial can be initiated with a REFER request. That's 100 % SIP.
Someone also mentioned that you could submit Dial requests to the SNOM via
it's Web interface.
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Christian Stredicke
2004-02-24 07:27:01 UTC
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Yes, you can remote control the phone using the web interface. Just start
Ethereal, initiate a call from the web interface and then you see how it
works!

CS
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Sent: Monday, February 23, 2004 11:14 PM
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Post by Christian Stredicke
I remember we had something one or two years ago, but I remember that
was
Post by Christian Stredicke
not what I was dreaming of.
Sorry we are not so good in implementing Windows-stuff... Maybe has
someone
Post by Christian Stredicke
out there a template for TAPI? Something for someone who never did
something
Post by Christian Stredicke
with COM or DCOM or .net or whatever...
BTW click-to-dial can be initiated with a REFER request. That's 100 %
SIP.
Someone also mentioned that you could submit Dial requests to the SNOM via
it's Web interface.
--
Vice President of N2Net, a New Age Consulting Service, Inc. Company
http://www.n2net.net Where everything clicks into place!
KP-216-121-ST
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