I have been tasked with trying to setup a phone system for an alarm central station, and they want to use FreePBX. In order to use the monitoring/automation software, we need a TAPI Driver. How could I go about something like this? - If it’s difficult and requires lots of configuration, can we build a script to install it? And once installed, do we need a softphone, or something like that?
It looks as if you are having a problem with an access-control list (Access-control list - Wikipedia). You should have a look at acl.conf, or type “acl show” on the command line. Your syntax may differ, if some macros have not been called.
Now, It is registered, and connecting to freepbx. However, When I try to place a call though it, nothing happens. Nothing in the freepbx logs, no phone activity, nothing. There must be something that i’m doing wrong.
Using the built in tool Phone Dialer app in Windows, utilizing the driver, the app tries to dial, and the driver responds, however, it is almost like the traffic isn’t hitting the server or that the server isn’t responding to or showing that it is receiving the call signal from the driver. A softphone on the same computer, works perfectly fine.