The do_send_call request is typically used to initiate a call using the API. The server will dial for you using your system telephone, send first a call to snumber (in most cases your telephone) and, once that call is answered (**or auto answered when True) continue by dialing the dnumber to connect the two parties.
**If answer1 is set to "1" (true) then the system will not wait for you to answer snumber telephone, but will instead initiate an auto-answer for you using your speakers.
Note: Your can set the 'external' number in the 'snumber' if you prefer the system calling the other party before placing the call to you. You'd then enter your own number as the 'dnumber' for it to call you after initiating the first call to the 'snumber'.
|username||The user's login name.|
|password||The user's login password.|
|snumber||7 digit identifier of internal telephone placing the call.|
|callerids||Caller ID to be used on Sender phone.|
|dnumber||Name field identifying the call's destination number.|
|calleridd||Caller ID to be used when calling destination number.|
|answer1||If true, the system will channel calls directly to speakers. Possible settings: "1"=true", "0"=false.|
|answer2||Possible settings: "1"=true", "0"=false (irrelevant if dnumber is not a 7 digit telephone id).|