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  • Weather and Temperature Solutions - xAP Automation
    WS918 retrieves weather data from the Hagen WS918 weather station xAP Quasar Connector xAP connectivity for the Quasar temperature board 1 Wire iButton Connectors xAP connectivity for 1 wire devices Linux only xAP 1 Wire Windows application xAPmcs1Wire TOM10 Temperature sensor board xAP TOM10 The DIY Zoning Project Retrieved from http www xapautomation org index php title Weather and Temperature Solutions oldid 1568 Navigation menu Personal tools Log in Namespaces

    Original URL path: http://www.xapautomation.org/index.php?title=Weather_and_Temperature_Solutions (2016-04-26)
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  • Asterisk xAP Connector and xAP SwitchBoard - xAP Automation
    provides a gateway between Asterisk and xAP enabled devices xAP Switchboard SB implements xAP enabled telephony monitoring and dialing services Collectively axc and SB bridge advanced telephony with home automation Retrieved from http www xapautomation org index php title Asterisk xAP Connector and xAP SwitchBoard oldid 1712 Navigation menu Personal tools Log in Namespaces Article Discussion Variants Views Read View source View history Actions Search Navigation Home Random page Toolbox

    Original URL path: http://www.xapautomation.org/index.php?title=Asterisk_xAP_Connector_and_xAP_SwitchBoard (2016-04-26)
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  • Asterisk IVR - xAP Automation
    embed spaces in the assignment globals TTS cepstral the xapcmd handles the cmd request by setting a special variable that axc looks for and then looks for axc s response macro xapcmd cmd curexten set xapresponse set maxcount 5 if curexten set last exten curexten NoOp xapsend cmd START Wait 1 if xapresponse speak xapresponse set xapresponse return else set maxcount maxount 1 if maxcount 0 goto START else return wrapper for TTS depends on global var TTS to select the engine cepstral agi is an AGI script that uses the cepstral theta swift TTS engine escapedigits can be optionally included to force termination macro speak text escapedigits NoOp TTS TTS if TTS cepstral agi cepstral agi text escapedigits else if TTS festival Festival text escapedigits else if TTS swift Swift text else if TTS flite flite text house attendant is a possible entry point for home automation If you specify your initial contexts within extensions conf then add something like the following to your default or corresponding context to associate the attendant w dialing the operator exten 0 1 Goto house attendant s 1 context house attendant s Wait 1 Answer TIMEOUT digit 7 TIMEOUT response 10 set escape digits to be the chars that are allowed to be pressed to interrupt speaking set escdig 12 Wait 1 greeting speak welcome to the house attendant escdig menu speak press 1 for current time escdig speak press 2 for local weather escdig specify a timeout so that the user comes back to the menu if no selection made WaitExten 5 each numeric extension is the handler for the xap command 1 xapcmd what time is it 1 goto s menu 2 xapcmd what is the weather like 2 goto s menu if last exten goto last exten 1 else goto

    Original URL path: http://www.xapautomation.org/index.php?title=Asterisk_IVR (2016-04-26)
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  • Asterisk Unattended Dialout - xAP Automation
    text else if TTS flite flite text Only a single global variable TTS is required It is used to determine which TTS speech engine is used globals TTS cepstral Possible values for TTS are 1 cepstral 2 flite dominant in most TrixBox installations 3 Festival and 4 Swift an alternative to the cepstral AGI Configuring axc axc notify optional context will match the section title if not overriden context axc notify optional callerid that will be added to the line cidnum 1234567890 channel is required it specifies the channel to be dialed channel IAX2 voicepulse01 optional timeout is time in seconds that the dial will be attempted before hangup unless answered default is 20 timeout 20 The attribute channel is the only required attribute It must be set to the name of the channel used to dial the number One exception is the case of dialing internal extensions for example SIP 123 In this case channel would be set to SIP and the phone number supplied in the xAP message would be 123 The attribute context can be omitted as axc will default to the section label However if you need or want to alter the name of the context within asterisk w o altering your xAP scripts then the name can be different The cidnum attribute value should be set to a proper callerid number anytime that you are using VoIP or any channel that allows you to alter your callerid If sending over PSTN this attribute can be ignored The timeout attribute specifies the maximum number of seconds that the dialed number will be attempted before dropping the call This prevents an indefinite number of rings to the callee A value of 20 seconds usually corresponds to approximately 4 rings Note that there is currently no mechanism to

    Original URL path: http://www.xapautomation.org/index.php?title=Asterisk_Unattended_Dialout (2016-04-26)
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  • How-To's - xAP Automation
    Controllers Display Notfication and Messaging Solutions Caller ID displayed on SliMP3 Squeezebox Caller ID on xAP Desktop Use Scripts in xAP Floorplan Weather and Temperature Solutions Interfacing with Security Systems Basic Status and Control Telephony Asterisk xAP Connector and xAP SwitchBoard Asterisk IVR Asterisk Unattended Dialout Retrieved from http www xapautomation org index php title How To 27s oldid 1731 Navigation menu Personal tools Log in Namespaces Article Discussion Variants

    Original URL path: http://www.xapautomation.org/index.php?title=How-To%27s&oldid=1731 (2016-04-26)
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  • Log in - xAP Automation
    to XAP Automation Username Password Forgot your password Keep me logged in Help with logging in Retrieved from http www xapautomation org index php title Special UserLogin Navigation menu Personal tools Log in Namespaces Special Variants Views Actions Search Navigation

    Original URL path: http://www.xapautomation.org/index.php?title=Special:UserLogin&returnto=How-To%27s (2016-04-26)
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  • View source for How-To's - xAP Automation
    BR Integrate with X10 BR Lighting Control with xAP BR Integrate with MP3 Players BR Integrate with Existing Home Controllers BR Display Notfication and Messaging Solutions Caller ID displayed on SliMP3 Squeezebox Caller ID on xAP Desktop Use Scripts in xAP Floorplan BR Weather and Temperature Solutions BR Interfacing with Security Systems BR Basic Status and Control BR Telephony Asterisk xAP Connector and xAP SwitchBoard Asterisk IVR Asterisk Unattended Dialout

    Original URL path: http://www.xapautomation.org/index.php?title=How-To%27s&action=edit (2016-04-26)
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  • Revision history of "How-To's" - xAP Automation
    versions to compare and hit enter or the button at the bottom Legend cur difference with current version last difference with preceding version M minor edit cur last 15 08 23 February 2007 Gregg Talk contribs cur last 00 22 10 February 2007 Gregg Talk contribs cur last 09 22 30 August 2006 Lehane Talk contribs m cur last 20 55 1 May 2006 Jamest Talk contribs Retrieved from http

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