barcode dll for vb net Figure 4-9 Network interface device representation in Software

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Figure 4-9 Network interface device representation
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Network interface devices Depending upon the implementation involved, network interface devices may be referred to as trunks, direct lines, or CO lines
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43 Call Routing Resources
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Call routing refers to the movement of a call from device to device or, from the call's perspective, the sequence in which connections to new devices are created and cleared In Figure 4-10 call C1 is routed first to D2, then to D3, and finally to D4
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Figure 4-10 Call routing
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Call processing is ultimately responsible for all call routing activity as it directs the switching resources that establish and clear connections Call processing establishes and clears calls as a result of: Commands from devices Commands from CTI interfaces Expiration of certain timers
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Feature settings (stored rules such as call forwarding4-13 that override normal call progress) Default rules that determine "normal" call progress When a device creates a call, it specifies a desired destination for the call By default, call processing will attempt to connect the specified device to the call; the call may be redirected many times, however, before being connected The various features and switching services that relate to call routing are explained in 5 Among the telephony resources that may be present in a given telephone system are special devices that may be associated with a call strictly as an additional step in the routing of that call As always, the call is associated with these special devices through connections, but the states of these connections generally are either queued or alerting
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A park device is a special device with which calls may be associated in order to set them aside, or "park," them temporarily Connections associating a call and a park device, if present, are in the queued state A call associated with a particular park device later can be picked and connected to any other device in the telephone system
433 Pick Group Device
A pick group device is a single special device associated with two or more devices (typically stations) that form a pick group The pick group device is comparable to the park device, except that calls are not explicitly parked to it In fact, it is a unique type of device that never interacts with calls directly Instead, the pick group device simply keeps track of all connections associated with all of the devices in the
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Call forwarding Telephony features, and call forwarding in particular, are discussed in 5 Call forwarding is a feature that allows a rule to be established for the automatic redirection of a call in the event that certain criteria are satisfied
pick group that are in the ringing mode of the alerting state, the hold state, or the queued state Depending on the implementation of the telephone system, any device in the telephone system or just those from the pick group in question, can then request that a call be picked from those being tracked by a particular pick group device Devices in the group pick their calls from the pick group by default
434 ACD Device
An Automatic Call Distribution device, or ACD device, distributes calls that are presented to it Depending on the implementation of the ACD, it may use any algorithm or logic for determining what device in the telephone system to which to redirect a call An ACD device is sometimes referred to as a split When a call is presented to an ACD device, a connection in the entering distribution mode of the alerting state usually is created The ACD then specifies the device to which it wants the call redirected, and the connection to the ACD is cleared If the ACD cannot immediately identify an available device to which to direct the call, it may either leave the call in the alerting state or transition it to the queued state until a suitable destination is identified An ACD may employ other devices, including media access devices (for playing messages, etc) and other ACDs or ACD groups Implementations of ACD devices may be modeled one of two ways The first model involves visible ACD-related devices In this model, any devices employed by the ACD for interacting with the call are modeled independently from the ACD device itself (with separate connections to the call) In the second model, non-visible ACDrelated devices, the additional resources used are all considered to be within the ACD device itself, so only a single connection to the call is used
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