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/****************************************************************************** * * telephony.h * * Basic Linux Telephony Interface * * (c) Copyright 1999-2001 Quicknet Technologies, Inc. * * This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or * modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License * as published by the Free Software Foundation; either version * 2 of the License, or (at your option) any later version. * * Authors: Ed Okerson, <eokerson@quicknet.net> * Greg Herlein, <gherlein@quicknet.net> * * Contributors: Alan Cox, <alan@redhat.com> * David W. Erhart, <derhart@quicknet.net> * * IN NO EVENT SHALL QUICKNET TECHNOLOGIES, INC. BE LIABLE TO ANY PARTY FOR * DIRECT, INDIRECT, SPECIAL, INCIDENTAL, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES ARISING OUT * OF THE USE OF THIS SOFTWARE AND ITS DOCUMENTATION, EVEN IF QUICKNET * TECHNOLOGIES, INC. HAS BEEN ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE. * * QUICKNET TECHNOLOGIES, INC. SPECIFICALLY DISCLAIMS ANY WARRANTIES, * INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY * AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. THE SOFTWARE PROVIDED HEREUNDER IS * ON AN "AS IS" BASIS, AND QUICKNET TECHNOLOGIES, INC. HAS NO OBLIGATION * TO PROVIDE MAINTENANCE, SUPPORT, UPDATES, ENHANCEMENTS, OR MODIFICATIONS. * * Version: $Revision: 4.2 $ * * $Id: telephony.h,v 4.2 2001/08/06 07:09:43 craigs Exp $ * *****************************************************************************/ #ifndef TELEPHONY_H #define TELEPHONY_H #define TELEPHONY_VERSION 3013 #define PHONE_VENDOR_IXJ 1 #define PHONE_VENDOR_QUICKNET PHONE_VENDOR_IXJ #define PHONE_VENDOR_VOICETRONIX 2 #define PHONE_VENDOR_ACULAB 3 #define PHONE_VENDOR_DIGI 4 #define PHONE_VENDOR_FRANKLIN 5 /****************************************************************************** * Vendor Summary Information Area * * Quicknet Technologies, Inc. - makes low density analog telephony cards * with audio compression, POTS and PSTN interfaces (www.quicknet.net) * * (other vendors following this API shuld add a short description of * the telephony products they support under Linux) * *****************************************************************************/ #define QTI_PHONEJACK 100 #define QTI_LINEJACK 300 #define QTI_PHONEJACK_LITE 400 #define QTI_PHONEJACK_PCI 500 #define QTI_PHONECARD 600 /****************************************************************************** * * The capabilities ioctls can inform you of the capabilities of each phone * device installed in your system. The PHONECTL_CAPABILITIES ioctl * returns an integer value indicating the number of capabilities the * device has. The PHONECTL_CAPABILITIES_LIST will fill an array of * capability structs with all of its capabilities. The * PHONECTL_CAPABILITIES_CHECK takes a single capability struct and returns * a TRUE if the device has that capability, otherwise it returns false. * ******************************************************************************/ typedef enum { vendor = 0, device, port, codec, dsp } phone_cap; struct phone_capability { char desc[80]; phone_cap captype; int cap; int handle; }; typedef enum { pots = 0, pstn, handset, speaker } phone_ports; #define PHONE_CAPABILITIES _IO ('q', 0x80) #define PHONE_CAPABILITIES_LIST _IOR ('q', 0x81, struct phone_capability *) #define PHONE_CAPABILITIES_CHECK _IOW ('q', 0x82, struct phone_capability *) typedef struct { char month[3]; char day[3]; char hour[3]; char min[3]; int numlen; char number[11]; int namelen; char name[80]; } PHONE_CID; #define PHONE_RING _IO ('q', 0x83) #define PHONE_HOOKSTATE _IO ('q', 0x84) #define PHONE_MAXRINGS _IOW ('q', 0x85, char) #define PHONE_RING_CADENCE _IOW ('q', 0x86, short) #define OLD_PHONE_RING_START _IO ('q', 0x87) #define PHONE_RING_START _IOW ('q', 0x87, PHONE_CID *) #define PHONE_RING_STOP _IO ('q', 0x88) #define USA_RING_CADENCE 0xC0C0 #define PHONE_REC_CODEC _IOW ('q', 0x89, int) #define PHONE_REC_START _IO ('q', 0x8A) #define PHONE_REC_STOP _IO ('q', 0x8B) #define PHONE_REC_DEPTH _IOW ('q', 0x8C, int) #define PHONE_FRAME _IOW ('q', 0x8D, int) #define PHONE_REC_VOLUME _IOW ('q', 0x8E, int) #define PHONE_REC_VOLUME_LINEAR _IOW ('q', 0xDB, int) #define PHONE_REC_LEVEL _IO ('q', 0x8F) #define PHONE_PLAY_CODEC _IOW ('q', 0x90, int) #define PHONE_PLAY_START _IO ('q', 0x91) #define PHONE_PLAY_STOP _IO ('q', 0x92) #define PHONE_PLAY_DEPTH _IOW ('q', 0x93, int) #define PHONE_PLAY_VOLUME _IOW ('q', 0x94, int) #define PHONE_PLAY_VOLUME_LINEAR _IOW ('q', 0xDC, int) #define PHONE_PLAY_LEVEL _IO ('q', 0x95) #define PHONE_DTMF_READY _IOR ('q', 0x96, int) #define PHONE_GET_DTMF _IOR ('q', 0x97, int) #define PHONE_GET_DTMF_ASCII _IOR ('q', 0x98, int) #define PHONE_DTMF_OOB _IOW ('q', 0x99, int) #define PHONE_EXCEPTION _IOR ('q', 0x9A, int) #define PHONE_PLAY_TONE _IOW ('q', 0x9B, char) #define PHONE_SET_TONE_ON_TIME _IOW ('q', 0x9C, int) #define PHONE_SET_TONE_OFF_TIME _IOW ('q', 0x9D, int) #define PHONE_GET_TONE_ON_TIME _IO ('q', 0x9E) #define PHONE_GET_TONE_OFF_TIME _IO ('q', 0x9F) #define PHONE_GET_TONE_STATE _IO ('q', 0xA0) #define PHONE_BUSY _IO ('q', 0xA1) #define PHONE_RINGBACK _IO ('q', 0xA2) #define PHONE_DIALTONE _IO ('q', 0xA3) #define PHONE_CPT_STOP _IO ('q', 0xA4) #define PHONE_PSTN_SET_STATE _IOW ('q', 0xA4, int) #define PHONE_PSTN_GET_STATE _IO ('q', 0xA5) #define PSTN_ON_HOOK 0 #define PSTN_RINGING 1 #define PSTN_OFF_HOOK 2 #define PSTN_PULSE_DIAL 3 /****************************************************************************** * * The wink duration is tunable with this ioctl. The default wink duration * is 320ms. You do not need to use this ioctl if you do not require a * different wink duration. * ******************************************************************************/ #define PHONE_WINK_DURATION _IOW ('q', 0xA6, int) #define PHONE_WINK _IOW ('q', 0xAA, int) /****************************************************************************** * * Codec Definitions * ******************************************************************************/ typedef enum { G723_63 = 1, G723_53 = 2, TS85 = 3, TS48 = 4, TS41 = 5, G728 = 6, G729 = 7, ULAW = 8, ALAW = 9, LINEAR16 = 10, LINEAR8 = 11, WSS = 12, G729B = 13 } phone_codec; struct phone_codec_data { phone_codec type; unsigned short buf_min, buf_opt, buf_max; }; #define PHONE_QUERY_CODEC _IOWR ('q', 0xA7, struct phone_codec_data *) #define PHONE_PSTN_LINETEST _IO ('q', 0xA8) /****************************************************************************** * * This controls the VAD/CNG functionality of G.723.1. The driver will * always pass full size frames, any unused bytes will be padded with zeros, * and frames passed to the driver should also be padded with zeros. The * frame type is encoded in the least significant two bits of the first * WORD of the frame as follows: * * bits 1-0 Frame Type Data Rate Significant Words * 00 0 G.723.1 6.3 12 * 01 1 G.723.1 5.3 10 * 10 2 VAD/CNG 2 * 11 3 Repeat last CNG 2 bits * ******************************************************************************/ #define PHONE_VAD _IOW ('q', 0xA9, int) /****************************************************************************** * * The exception structure allows us to multiplex multiple events onto the * select() exception set. If any of these flags are set select() will * return with a positive indication on the exception set. The dtmf_ready * bit indicates if there is data waiting in the DTMF buffer. The * hookstate bit is set if there is a change in hookstate status, it does not * indicate the current state of the hookswitch. The pstn_ring bit * indicates that the DAA on a LineJACK card has detected ring voltage on * the PSTN port. The caller_id bit indicates that caller_id data has been * received and is available. The pstn_wink bit indicates that the DAA on * the LineJACK has received a wink from the telco switch. The f0, f1, f2 * and f3 bits indicate that the filter has been triggered by detecting the * frequency programmed into that filter. * * The remaining bits should be set to zero. They will become defined over time * for other interface cards and their needs. * ******************************************************************************/ struct phone_except { unsigned int dtmf_ready:1; unsigned int hookstate:1; unsigned int pstn_ring:1; unsigned int caller_id:1; unsigned int pstn_wink:1; unsigned int f0:1; unsigned int f1:1; unsigned int f2:1; unsigned int f3:1; unsigned int flash:1; unsigned int fc0:1; unsigned int fc1:1; unsigned int fc2:1; unsigned int fc3:1; unsigned int reserved:18; }; union telephony_exception { struct phone_except bits; unsigned int bytes; }; #endif /* TELEPHONY_H */