Supporting other signaling protocols

Using the subroutines in the Blueworx Voice Response signaling library, you can use signaling protocols not otherwise supported by Blueworx Voice Response, including:

For more information about exchange data links and common channel signaling, see Planning the telephony environment. When you write a program using subroutines from the signaling library, that program is known as a signaling process.

Figure 1. The role of a signaling process in exchange data link signaling
This graphic shows a separate signaling link from the switch to the machine, coming in through a multiport interface card and then being passed to the signaling process. The voice connection is via a digital trunk adapter in the machine.
Figure 2. The role of a signaling process in ISDN signaling
The figure shows how can be configured to handle specialized signaling protocols separately from the voice channels.