Class=612 (0x0264) - Class2 Level I Phone

CLASS2.LEVEL1.PHONE

Description

This class mirrors the CLASS1.PHONE class but use a different data format with a GUID stored in the first 16 bytes of the data followed by the standard data thus offset with 16-bytes.

See CLASS2.PROTOCOL1 for more information on the data format.

Type=0 (0x00) - General event

VSCP_TYPE_PHONE_GENERALGeneral Event.

Type=1 (0x01) - Incoming call

VSCP_TYPE_PHONE_INCOMING_CALLThere is an incoming phone call. Usually a caller ID node just sends out numerical information. A database event can follow (later) that contains the real text information.

Phone calls are reported in the following form

from,to

where from is the originating number and to is the receiving phone. Numbers is preferable presented in an international form. So a call from England to a Swedish phone should take the following form

44-123-1122334,46-657-413430

which is sent in tree frames. Some device can't separate country and area-code and therefore the form

441231122334,46657413430

will also be valid.

a database connected application can later resolve this and present

A customer,Eurosource

This is the type=8 event, database info, (see below). Note that the comma cant be used in the descriptive names.

Calls from unlisted numbers are presented as

,to 
Byte Description
0 Id for the call. This is an incremental identity number for each call.
1 Index of phone event (base = 0). Each call can be broken up into fragments. This is the fragment number.
2 Total number of events (fragments) for this call information.
3-7 Caller information. Number or real text information.

Type=2 (0x02) - Outgoing call

VSCP_TYPE_PHONE_OUTGOING_CALLThere is an outgoing phone call. 
Byte Description
0 Id for the call. This is an incremental ID number for each call.
1 Index of phone event (base = 0). Each call can be broken up into fragments. This is the fragment number.
2 Total number of events (fragments) for this call information.
3-7 Caller information. Number or real text information.

Type=3 (0x03) - Ring

VSCP_TYPE_PHONE_RINGThis is a event indicating that there is a “ring” for this call. 
Byte Description
0 An ID for the call. This can for instance be a number that increases by one for each call.

Type=4 (0x04) - Answer

VSCP_TYPE_PHONE_ANSWERThe call has been answered. 
Byte Description
0 An ID for the call. This can for instance be a number that increases by one for each call.
1 Zone for answer location.
2 Sub-zone for answer location.

Type=5 (0x05) - Hangup

VSCP_TYPE_PHONE_HANGUPThe call has been terminated by the receiving end. 
Byte Description
0 An ID for the call. This can for instance be a number that increases by one for each call.

Type=6 (0x06) - Giveup

VSCP_TYPE_PHONE_GIVEUPThe call has been terminated by the originating end. byte 
Byte Description
0 An ID for the call. This can for instance be a number that increases by one for each call.

Type=7 (0x07) - Transfer

VSCP_TYPE_PHONE_TRANSFERThe call has been transferred. byte 
Byte Description
0 An ID for the call. This can for instance be a number that increases by one for each call.

Type=8 (0x08) - Database Info

VSCP_TYPE_PHONE_DATABASE_INFO Call database info.
Byte Description
0 Id for the call. This is a number that is increased by one for each call. In this case the number is the same as for the incoming or outgoing events.
1 Index of phone event (base=0). Each call can be broken up into fragments. This is the fragment number.
2 Total number of events (fragments) for this call information.
3-7 Caller information. Real text information.


Very Simple Control Protocol
Thu Oct 11 2018 20:34:47 GMT+0000 (UTC)
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