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TAPI for Asterisk

Supported Functions     Consultants for Asterisk PBX'

Asterisk™ PBX

Asterisk ist eine Open-Source-Software, mit der Sie einen normalen PC in eine VoIP-Telefonanlage verwandeln könnten. Durch den Einbau von speziellen ISDN-Karten oder Analogadaptern lassen sich neben SIP-fähigen Telefonen auch ISDN- und Analogtelefone anschließen.
Because the installation and configuration of an Asterisk PBX is not easy, some system providers offer preconfigured systems.

Manufacturers and Consultants for Asterisk PBX'

You find further information to Asterisk under:


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xtelsio TAPI Driver for Asterisk™ supports dialing and hanging up and informs your TAPI application about incoming and outgoing calls including the caller and called ID, and this for multiple lines of one or several Asterisk systems. You can initiate calls directly from within Microsoft Outlook®, ACT® or any other TAPI application. For snom phones, you can activate a direct control mode - this allows to initiate calls in hands-free mode and to accept incoming calls.

Optionally Supported Functions:

Installation and Configuration

The TAPI driver can be installed on a Windows Server (also on a Terminal Server) or on every client computer. 
Hint: xtelsio CTI Client already includes a TAPI-Connector for Asterisk. If you use the client, you don't need an extra TAPI driver for Asterisk.

The configuration of the TAPI driver is available via: [Control Panel > Phone and Modem Options > Advanced]; here the driver "xtelsio TAPI for Asterisk" should be visible after the installation.

Installation
Asterisk Server Configuration
Help for driver configuration dialogs
   
Dialing a phone number:
If you dial a telephone number via TAPI application, your Asterisk phone device is called first and as soon as you have picked up the receiver the real destination number is dialed.
 
Supported Operating Systems
Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 10, Windows Server 20xx. TAPI driver was also tested with the x64 Windows versions.
 
Configuration Examples

 
The xtelsio TAPI Driver for Asterisk can be installed on one ore more desktop PC. The driver is connected directly to the manager's interface of the Asterisk PBX via IP network.

 
In this configuration a TAPI Server is used to share a centrally installed TAPI driver in local network. The xtelsio TAPI Driver for Asterisk is installed on a Windows Server. The Windows Server also acts as a TAPI Server. To use the TAPI on client PC, the Remote TAPI Provider of the Server must be installed. You find additional infos at:Network TAPI
 
License Model
The license model is graded in ten-license packs.

A ten-license pack entitles to control and monitor 10 different Asterisk TAPI devices (TAPI lines).

With a ten-license pack you may install the TAPI driver also on more than 10 Computers, as long as is guaranteed that a total of maximum 10 different TAPI-Lines are used. If you install the TAPI driver for 11 PC workplaces and two of it share a phone, then a ten-license may be enough.
If you want to observe 19 phone lines with one PC, then you need 2 x ten-license. You can use these 20 licenses additionally on 20 other PCs, as long as is guaranteed that a total of maximum 20 different TAPI-Lines are used.
 

 

Asterisk is a registered trade mark of the Digium Inc.