cFosSpeed is the official Internet Accelerator for ASUS, GIGABYTE, ASRock and MSI gaming products
* Added a little CTI functionality: cFos can be used by
applications to establish calls (such as Windows Phone
Dialer), as long as CAPI supports the corresponding
"supplementary services". By now we know of 3 cards which
AVM Fritzcard, supports SUSPEND/RESUME, HOLD/DISC & ECT
HST Saphir, supports SUSPEND/RESUME, HOLD/DISC & ECT
Teles cards, supports SUSPEND/RESUME
To use it, initialize cFos as follows:
ATS16=1 S17=1 S20=3 S88=x &S5="num"
You can also use the "cFos CTI support" TAPI modem to
x is the CTI method:
0 = off
1 = SUSPEND/RESUME, "num" specifies a call park ID. On ATD
<phonenum> cFos dials <phonenum> and parks the call.
Then you can unpark the call with the ID specified in
2 = HOLD/DISC, to be used with an internal ISDN bus of
your local phone exchange (PABX). "num" specifies the
phonenumber of your local phone. On ATD <phonenum>
cFos establishes a call to your phone with number
<num> and, when successful, dials the number specified
by <phonenum> and transfers the call.
3..6 = ECT, different variants. Some switching equipment
supports ECT instead of HOLD/DISC. You can try these
variants if HOLD/DISC doesn't work.
Hints: Your local phone exchange may require slight
modifications to the phone numbers you specify: e.g. if your
local phone has number 11, it can be neccessary to specifiy
011 or *11 to tell your switch it's an internal phone. The
same is true for your dialed phonenumber. For example with
the current configuration of my Euracom 3.x I have to prefix
the internal number with * and the external number with 0
when I use S88 modes 2 or 3.
In order to know what state your calls are currently in,
watch the cFos status window instead of the output of the
Windows Phone Dialer. This is because ISDN behaves slightly
different than a modem connected in parallel to your phone.
We thank *Tobias Erichsen* (www.te-systems.de) for his
advice for implementing CTI support.