Dialogic® System Release 6.0 PCI for Windows Documentation

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System Release

  • The Release Guide provides information about the products and features contained in this release.
  • The Release Update contains information about known issues, resolved issues, and documentation updates associated with this release.

Installation and Configuration

  • The DM3 Configuration Guide provides detailed information about configuring the PCI boards that use the DM3 architecture. Configuration procedures are included, as well as a description of each configuration parameter.
  • The GDK Installation and Configuration Guide includes detailed information about installing the GDK software, configuring GDK fax using the configure GDK utility, and using the GDK software.
  • The Updates for GDK Version 6.0 and SR 6.0 PCI for Windows document contains updates to the information in the GDK Installation and Configuration Guide.
  • The Global Call CDP Configuration Guide provides detailed information about configuring the Country Dependent Parameters (CDP) files included in the Global Call Protocols package. Configuration procedures are included, as well as a description of each configuration parameter.
  • The Springware Configuration Guide provides detailed information about configuring the PCI boards that use the Springware architecture. Configuration procedures are included, as well as a description of each configuration parameter.
  • The Software Installation Guide explains how to install and uninstall this release.

OAandM

  • The Board Management API Library Reference provides reference information on the functions, parameters, error codes, data, and example code for the Board Management API.
  • The Diagnostics Guide describes the diagnostic tools included with the system software release and explains how to use them.  
  • The Event Service API Library Reference provides a reference to all classes, functions, data structures and events in the Event Service library.
  • The Event Service API Programming Guide provides guidelines for using the Event Service API to register an application with the event notification framework.
  • The NCM API Library Reference provides a reference to the functions, data structures and error codes of the Native Configuration Manager (NCM) library.
  • The NCM API Programming Guide provides guidelines for building customized system management applications using the Native Configuration Manager (NCM) API on Windows operating systems. Such applications include, but are not limited to, TDM bus clock fallback management, device configuration and single board stop/start programs.
  • The SNMP Agent Software Administration Guide provides guidelines for using the SNMP agent software, which provides remote (or local) monitoring and limited control of telecommunications boards over an Internet protocol (IP) network.
  • The Administration Guide provides information about performing administrative tasks on a Windows-based system. This information applies to a system that has been successfully installed and is in an operational status.

Programming Libraries

  • Call Control

  • The H.323 Porting Application Note provides programming guidelines for porting a Global Call application developed to use the embedded (on board) H.323 stack provided with IP telephony products to the host-based stack provided with the system release software.
  • The Digital Network Interface Software Reference provides reference information on the Digital Telephony Interface (DTI) library, which can be used to develop applications requiring the ability to manage digital network interface (E1 or T1) connections to the Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN). Note: The DTI library is an older, lower-level library that has largely been subsumed into the Global Call API library. Although the DTI library continues to be supported, it is documented primarily for purposes of backwards compatibility. New applications should generally be developed with the comprehensive Global Call API library, which is now the preferred library for managing E1 and T1 telephony signaling.
  • The Global Call API Library Reference provides reference information for building computer telephony applications that require call control functionality.
  • The Global Call Analog Technology Guide provides information that is specific to developing Global Call applications that use analog technology.
  • The Global Call E1/T1 CAS/R2 Technology Guide provides information that is specific to developing Global Call applications that use E1 CAS or T1 robbed bit technology.
  • The Global Call IP Technology Guide provides information about using the Global Call API for building applications that implement host-based H.323/SIP call control.
  • The Global Call ISDN Technology Guide provides information that is specific to developing call control applications that use ISDN technology.
  • The Global Call SS7 Technology Guide provides information that is specific to developing call control applications that use SS7 technology.
  • The Global Call API Programming Guide provides guidelines for building computer telephony applications that require call control functionality. Such applications include, but are not limited to, call routing, enhanced services, unified messaging, voice messaging, LAN telephony services, computer telephony services, switching, PBX, interactive voice response, help desk and work flow applications.
  • The ISDN Software Reference provides reference information for the ISDN call control library that can be used to develop computer telephony applications that use the ISDN Basic Rate Interface (BRI) or Primary Rate Interface (PRI). Note: The ISDN call control library is an older, lower-level library that has largely been subsumed into the Global Call API library. Although the ISDN library continues to be supported, it is documented primarily for purposes of backwards compatibility. New applications should generally be developed with the Global Call API library, which is now the preferred library for managing call control on ISDN interfaces.
  • Call Logging

  • The Call Logging API Software Reference provides reference information and guidelines for building computer telephony applications that require digital or analog line tapping functionality. These applications include call logging, call recording, and call monitoring for the public safety, quality assurance, and financial services industries.
  • Conferencing

  • The Audio Conferencing API Library Reference provides reference information for building computer telephony applications that require conferencing functionality.
  • The Audio Conferencing API Programming Guide provides guidelines for building computer telephony applications that require conferencing functionality.
  • Continuous Speech Processing

  • The CSP API Library Reference provides reference information for building computer telephony applications to be used with automatic speech recognition (ASR) engines.
  • The CSP API Programming Guide provides guidelines for building computer telephony applications to be used with automatic speech recognition (ASR) engines.
  • Fax

  • The Fax Software Reference provides reference information and guidelines for building computer telephony applications with fax capability. Applications include fax-on-demand, enhanced fax services, and fax broadcast.
  • The GDK Programming Reference includes an introduction to fax technology, information about the GDK system architecture, information about the configuration commands, programming models, and information about fax status files.
  • IP Media

  • The IP Media Library API Library Reference provides reference information for developers using the IP media software to implement media services in IP telephony applications. The library provides functions to control IP media devices, start and stop RTP media streaming, handle DTMF, and manage QoS alarms and their thresholds. Note that the IP media library does not perform call control or control the IP signaling stack.
  • The IP Media Library API Programming Guide provides guidelines for using the IP media software library to implement media handling in IP telephony applications. The library focuses on media functionality and relies on the use of a separate IP signaling stack to handle call control and media characteristic negotiations. In addition to managing and controlling IP media devices, the library provides functions for handling DTMF and controlling Quality of Service (QoS) alarms.
  • Modular Station Interface

  • The MSI API Library Reference provides reference information for building applications that manage conference activities and control station interfaces.
  • The MSI API Programming Guide provides guidelines for building applications that manage conference activities and control station interfaces.
  • PBX Integration

  • The D/42 Series Software API Reference has been added to the documentation set to support the D/42-NE2 PCI board, which is now supported in a Service Update for SR 6.0 PCI for Windows. (Other boards referred to in this document are not supported.)
  • The D/42 Series User’s Guide has been added to the documentation set to support the D/42-NE2 PCI board, which is now supported in a Service Update for SR 6.0 PCI for Windows. (Other boards referred to in this document are not supported.)
  • The PBX Integration Software Reference provides reference information for using the Unified API, an API that provides a common PBX-integration interface for all of the supported Private Branch Exchanges (PBXs) and Key Telephony Systems (KTSs). The Unified API is used when developing computerized voice and call processing applications.
  • The PBX Integration Board User's Guide provides guidelines for using PBX integration boards to develop computerized voice and call processing applications for the supported Private Branch Exchanges (PBXs) and Key Telephony Systems (KTSs). PBX integration boards provide basic voice and call processing capabilities together with hardware and firmware that eases integration with the supported PBXs and KTSs.
  • Standard Runtime Library

  • The SRL API Library Reference provides reference information for the Standard Runtime Library (SRL) when developing computer telephony applications. The SRL provides a common interface for event handling and other functionality common to all devices, such as network interface, voice, and fax devices.
  • The SRL API Programming Guide provides guidelines for using the Standard Runtime Library (SRL) when developing computer telephony applications. The SRL provides a common interface for event handling and other functionality common to all devices, such as network interface, voice, and fax devices.
  • Voice

  • The Learn Mode and Tone Set File API Software Reference provides reference information and guidelines for integrating tone learning capability in your computer telephony application. The learn mode API enables an application to learn the unique call progress tones of a PBX. The tone set file API provides an interface to handle tone set data and tone set files.
  • The Voice API Library Reference provides reference information for building computer telephony applications that require call processing functionality, such as voice recording and playback, voice encoding, tone detection and signaling, and much more.
  • The Voice API Programming Guide provides guidelines for building computer telephony applications that require call processing functionality, such as voice recording and playback, voice encoding, tone detection and signaling, and much more.

Demos

  • The CSP Demo Guide describes demonstration programs that illustrate key Continuous Speech Processing (CSP) features such as voice activity detection, barge-in, pre-speech buffering, and echo cancellation.
  • The Global Call Demo Guide describes a demonstration program that uses the Global Call API to set up and tear down calls on channels specified by the user, using the protocols identified by the user.
  • The IP Media Gateway (IPML) Demo Guide describes a demonstration program that uses the IP Media Library API to build a PSTN-IP gateway application, using a third-party call control stack.
  • The IP Gateway (Global Call) Object Oriented Demo Guide describes a demonstration program that uses the Global Call API to build a PSTN-IP gateway application.
  • The IP Media Server (Global Call) Demo Guide describes a demonstration program that uses the Global Call API to build an IP media server, providing voice services via IP technology.
  • The IP Multicast Client (IPML) Demo Guide describes a demonstration program that uses the IP Media Library API to build an IP multicast client application. It allows an IP gateway to listen to RTP streams broadcast from a multicast IP address.
  • The IP Multicast Server (IPML) Demo Guide describes a demonstration program that uses the IP Media Library API to build an IP multicast server application. It allows an IP server to use RTP multicasting to continuously deliver an RTP stream to a multicast IP address.

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