Created by: Rodrigo Boavida on 09-07-2010 04:00:16 PM Hi, I'm trying to create ghost calls from a non physical device... Basically the objective is to create calls that aren't created by a physical or softphone device, but with a TAPI application. For this I would need to use something different than a phone, such as CTI port or CTI route point (like the IVR does but without the audio, just the incoming call alerting) The calls would catch (alerting mode) by the TAPI application controlling the destination phone, and the user wouldn't need to pickup...that would be enough!! Could this be possible? Thanks in advance for your time Rodrigo
Subject: RE: TAPI ghost call from CTI port, ROUTE POINT or other Replied by: David Staudt on 09-07-2010 04:39:21 PM Certainly possible. If you can already make a call from a physical phone, then doing so from a CTI port should be very similar.
Subject: RE: TAPI ghost call from CTI port, ROUTE POINT or other Replied by: Rodrigo Boavida on 01-12-2011 04:17:20 PM I managed to do it.
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