Advanced Settings

Suppress transmission of Caller ID
Here you can configure a FeatureCode for the suppression of Caller ID (e.g. *42#). The Featurecode is dialed before the desired phone number. If the Featurecode is configured then the driver gives the performance feature on the TAPI level. All telephone calls carried out with activated Caller ID suppression are registered by the driver as "phone number suppressed", independent as to whether the number was actually suppressed (e.g. in internal calls).

Trunk provides COLP
If the trunk line supports 'Connected Line Identification Presentation' (COLP), the option must be checked. It is required to correctly format the 'ConnectedID'.
If this option is enabled, the trunk access code is added in front of the 'ConnectedID' for outbound calls.
If the connected phone number (ConnectedID) contains a multiple trunk access codes, this option must be disabled. If there the trunk access code is missing the option must be enabled.

Trunk access code
This trunk access code is set for outgoing calls when activating COLP. Default is '0'.

Recognition of existing calls
If enabled, the phone system can recognize existing call while opening the line. Please note that not all call parameters are discovered!

Node numbers
If your PBX system is using node numbers you can enter these numbers semicolon seperated. These node numbers are removed from numbers presented by the pbx.

Emulate blind transfer
If the PBX system does not offer blind transfer the driver can emulate this feature. The driver will setup a consultation transfer which is merged as soon as the called destiation is rings.

Blind transfer timeout
Timeout for the blind transfer emulation. The consultation call must be answered within this timeout. Otherwise the consultation call is canceled and the intial call is retrieved.

Snapshot for active calls
The driver can validate existing calls. This prevents that calls are displayed on the PC that do no more exist in the PBX system.
Enter a time interval in seconds.
The higher this value the longer it takes for the driver to detect a hanging call. The lower this value the higher is the load on the PBX.

Retry MonitorStart
In the event that the driver cannot start monitoring an extension because, for example, the extension has not been connected to the PBX, the driver will attempt to start monitoring at periodic intervals.
Enter a time interval in seconds.

Version 5.0