Outseize Instruction

Description:

Use this pane to form a list of configuration instructions. Once pane is created there is a drop down menu in the Instruction Type field. The Instruction Type Field will allow the user to create several of these messages to form a list of instructions for Outseize control on CAS channels. Within ClientView you must create a separate Outseize Instruction entry for each instruction that you add to the list. Once list is created you can assign the Variant to a specific Channel Group. The IMG uses the list created to perform an Outseize on channels in a Channel Group.

 

Important Note: The order in which the instructions appear in the ClientView tree is the order in which they will be sent.

Accessing this Pane

Dialogic IMG EMS -> Signaling -> <Variant Name> -> Outseize Instruction

 

Maximum Objects:

19 per Signaling Variant

 

Related Topics:

Configuring CAS

 

Previous Configuration Required

Signaling Variant

 

ClientView Pane (T1):

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Field Descriptions (T1):

Instruction Type:

 

Outseize Instruction Type

Instructs Switch To:

Scan for Wink N

Scan for Wink N using the appropriate wink parameters. Scan a specific Wink like Wink 3 etc.

Report Call Processing Event

Report the completion of the previous instruction along with any associated data. This instruction typically follows a Scan for Wink or Scan for Off-Hook instruction.

Outpulse Stage N address info

Outpulse a given stage of digits. You can first Outpulse stage: 1 string: 1 and then stage: 2 string; 2.

Send Host Acknowledgement

Send the host a positive ACK to an Outseize Control message if all previous instructions have been successfully carried out. If a previous instruction is not successful, the list aborts at that point and the host is sent a negative ACK. If this instruction is sent, include only one per message and it should be the last instruction before Wait For Host Control.

Delay N Milliseconds

Use this inseize instruction to enter a delay between two Inseize Instructions

Second Field: (Wink Number, Event, Stage Number) The second field changes as different Instruction Types are selected. Below is table showing this.

 

Outseize Instruction Type

Scan for Wink

Report Call Processing Event

Outpulse Stage N address info

Send Host Acknowledgement

Delay N Milliseconds

 

 

 

Delay Time (ms) (T1 Only):

Applies to Instruction Type of 'Delay n Milliseconds'. Use this Inseize instruction to enter a delay between two Outseize Instructions. Use the slider or enter a value in the Value: box

 

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ClientView Pane (E1)

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Field Descriptions: (E1)

Instruction Type:

 

Outseize Instruction Type

Instructs Switch To:

Scan for Wink N

Scan for Wink N using the appropriate wink parameters. Scan a specific Wink like Wink 3 etc.

Report Call Processing Event

Report the completion of the previous instruction along with any associated data. This instruction typically follows a Scan for Wink or Scan for Off-Hook instruction.

Outpulse Stage N address info

Outpulse a given stage of digits. You can first Outpulse stage: 1 string: 1 and then stage: 2 string; 2.

Send Host Acknowledgement

Send the host a positive ACK to an Outseize Control message if all previous instructions have been successfully carried out. If a previous instruction is not successful, the list aborts at that point and the host is sent a negative ACK. If this instruction is sent, include only one per message and it should be the last instruction before Wait For Host Control.

Cancel R2 Receiver

Release a DSP MFR2 Tone Receiver.

Scan for backward R2 signal

Scan for an MFR2 backward signal.

 

 

Second Field: (Wink Number, Event, Stage Number) The second field changes as different Instruction Types are selected. Below is table showing this.

 

Outseize Instruction Type

Second Field: (Wink #, Event, Stage Number)

DATA

Scan for Wink N

Wink Number

Wink 1 — Wink 8

Report Call Processing Event

Event

Off Hook

Dial Tone Detected

Backward R2

First Digit Detected

Send Host Acknowledgement

DATA

NO DATA

Cancel R2 Receiver

DATA

NO DATA

Scan for backward R2 signal

DATA

NO DATA

 

Delay Time (ms):

Not Used in E1