Created by: Roland Russwurm on 21-05-2010 08:29:13 AM Hi, I am wondering what is the best way to detect from a connection if the address is a cluster external party. So in the code where I need this information I have a call object and can iterate through its connections and terminalconnections to get the addresses and terminals involved. Is there a way to determine if one of these addresses/terminals is cluster external (e.g. PSTN)? Thanks, Roland
Subject: RE: Detect external party Replied by: Abhishek Malhotra on 21-05-2010 08:54:31 AM Hi Roland, While iterating through connections, pick the address associated with each connection[connection.getAddress()]. Once you have the address you can call getType() API available on CiscoAddress. This API can return one of the following
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