Enter the lines that the driver should make available through TAPI. The numbers are the internal phone numbers for your devices. The names will be used to display the TAPI lines.
Phone Number Format
The lines can optionally be indicated as an internal phone number, for example 123 or canonical +49(30)12345-123.
You should use canonical phone numbers if you use several instances of Tapi driver and thus switch on several telephone systems at the same time. A canonical phone number consists as follows:
+Country code (prefix) Local prefix-extension
In the dialogue Location You can configure the country code, area code and local dialing prefix.
The available lines are determined automatically from the telephone system. Thereby all phone numbers are requested that are configured under Location in the extension area.
Manual addition of a line
Give the internal phone number of the phone. Optionally, a name can also be given.
Group participants can be used as lines. Note: here you give the phone numbers of the devices and not the group phone number. The devices phone number can be, for example, also ** 100. If MULAP Monitoring <s used, the participants are not allowed to be setup as lines.
MULAP Group phone number
With restrictions, a MULAP group can be created as a line. See MULAP Monitoring.
You can import a list of lines from a text file. The file must begin every line with the phone number. Optionally, the name can also be split with a comma.
You may export the actual line configuration to a text file.
After the installation of the driver it may be necessary to restart the computer.