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Which RFC describes as-feature-event event package ?
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RE: Which RFC describes as-feature-event event package ?
Google is your friend here. For example:

http://lists.digium.com/pipermail/asteri...48470.html

Follow that thread and you end up with this relevant quote:
Quote:The spec contains a lot more than this. This specific part is a derivate of
ECMA-323 which is public.

It can be found here:

http://interop.broadsoft.com/files/BW-SI...faceSpec-R
170.pdf

Section 8 is the relevant one.

I'm sure that link is out of date (the thread is from 2011) but you could probably google further to find more details/a more recent copy. As mentioned in this discussion the whole purpose is basically to support Broadcom's version of syncing DND and forward states between phones and servers. It's a nice idea but in reality many already implement this simply using the on/off dial codes for DND/Call forward that Yealink have supported for many many years now.

The one advantage to the Broadcom approach is that in theory the server can push those states to the phone (i.e. the server can take the phone out of DND directly rather than just monitoring the state of DND), but note that nothing in the Yealink documentation says THAT part is actually implemented in their firmware, so might still be a pipe dream for niche use anyway...
01-16-2019 04:45 PM
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RE: Which RFC describes as-feature-event event package ? - jolouis - 01-16-2019 04:45 PM

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