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- Subject: default MSN
- From: nox at jelal.kn-bremen.de (Juergen Lock)
- Date: Fri May 7 13:22:56 2004
On Thu, May 06, 2004 at 08:49:45PM +0300, Juha-Matti Liukkonen wrote:
> giving MSN 0 via local-phone-dialout makes at least the AVM CAPI
> adapters (B1 BRI, T1 PRI) default properly when CONNECT_REQ is sent
> (the callee sees the base number of the interface's number space with
> PRI, or the primary number with BRI).
Ahaa! So capi already does it, this i didn't know.
> This behaviour is _not_ defined in the CAPI 2.0 specification, though
> (Calling Party Number struct, p.81, and CONNECT_REQ, p.27, in
> COMMON-ISDN-API Version 2.0, Part I, 4th Edition), and may thus be only
> an AVM feature. Definitely worth a check if/when other manufacturers'
> CAPI adapters become supported.
I guess it comes from Linux, there the passive drivers (hisax)
do this too (which is where i looked).
Does the capi spec require a Calling Party Number be sent, or can
it also be empty?
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