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Plan 9 - man page for fone (plan9 section 1)

FONE(1) 			     General Commands Manual				  FONE(1)

NAME
       fone - control ISDN telephone

SYNOPSIS
       fone [options...]

DESCRIPTION
       Fone  manages  an  AT&T 7506 ISDN telephone set.  Program control is supplementary: normal
       functioning of the phone is not affected.  The set must be equipped with  the  ProPhone1.5
       ROM or equivalent.  To initialize after the ROM is first installed, push the then the but-
       ton, and set parameters as follows:

		DATA MODE: B2
		DATA RATE: 19200
		PARITY: SPACE
		LOCAL MODE: AT

       Fone should be run once per terminal session; it accepts commands typed in its window.  If
       the file exists and is writable, it will contain a log of calls.  A permanent log file may
       be initialized with:

		chmod +a call.log >call.log

       Options for fone are:

       -f file	The telephone is controlled through file instead of /dev/eia0.

       -l file	Calls are logged in file instead of call.log.

       -m	The mike is not muted when a call is dialed with the handset down (see below).

       -t cmd	The t command (see below) runs cmd instead of /bin/tel.

       Commands to fone are read, one per line, from the standard input.

       c string
	      Call telephone number string.  Non-alphanumeric characters are discarded,  and  the
	      appropriate  prefix (9, 91, or none) is guessed from the length of the result.  (If
	      there is no active call, and string begins with a digit, the initial c may be omit-
	      ted.)

       C string
	      The alphanumeric characters in string are dialed exactly as given.

       d      Drop the active call, or the last party added to a conference call.

       h      Put the active call on hold.

       k string
	      Add  a  party to a conference call.  The active call is placed on  hold, and string
	      is parsed and dialed.  Once the second call is connected, the command with no argu-
	      ment  adds  the  new  call to the previously active call appearance.  If the called
	      party is indisposed, the commands and will drop the second call and  reconnect  the
	      first.

       q string
	      Query the local switch for directory entries matching string (a surname preceded by
	      up to two initials, like or

       r id   Reconnect a call on hold and make it the active call.   If  the  appearance  id  is
	      omitted, it defaults to that of the lowest numbered call on hold.

       s      Show the id, state, and calling information for each call.

       t string
	      Run the tel(1) command on string.

       x string
	      Transfer	the  active  call.  The active call is placed in limbo (similar to hold),
	      and string is parsed and dialed.	Once the second call is  connected,  the  command
	      with  no	argument bridges the two calls together and drops the intermediary (you).
	      If the called party is indisposed, the commands and will drop the second	call  and
	      reconnect the first.

       . string
	      Transmits the converted Touch-Tone string to the called party; a string that begins
	      with a or a digit doesn't need the preceding (See command c above  if  no  call  is
	      active.)

       ?      Print a summary of commands.

       The  command may be given before or after lifting the handset; if the handset is down, the
       call is placed with the speaker on so you can hear what's happening.  The mike is normally
       muted, but the -m flag (see above) overrides this.

FILES
       call.log
	      log of calls

       /dev/eia0
	      RS232 line to phone

SOURCE
       /sys/src/cmd/fone

BUGS
       The speaker phone is not really supported.
       There's still no way to set the clock.

											  FONE(1)


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