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Wake Up Message

A Wake Up request (or also called Wake Up Message) can be either created in SIHOT or in the Interface. The message is basically the same, but the direction is different.

Operationcode: WU

WU

Direction

SIHOT → IF Partner
IF Partner → SIHOT

Message

IF Partner → SIHOT

This is a request sent from the PBX to SIHOT to wake up the client with the phone extension PH. If the PBX needs WUN records, SIHOT will send a WUN at the time of the wake-up call.

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="ISO-8859-1"?>
<SIHOT-Document>
  <TN>4722</TN>
  <OC>WU</OC>
  <HN>4711</HN>
  <PH>118</PH>
  <WUT>SWU</WUT>
  <DA>2002-05-31</DA>
  <TI>14:42:00</TI>
  <SRC>PBX</SRC>
</SIHOT-Document>

SIHOT → IF Partner

This is a request sent from SIHOT to the PBX to wake up the client with the phone extension PH.

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="ISO-8859-1"?>
<SIHOT-Document>
  <TN>4723</TN>
  <OC>WU</OC>
  <HN>4711</HN>
  <PH>118</PH>
  <WUT>SWU</WUT>
  <DA>2002-05-31</DA>
  <TI>14:42:00</TI>
  <SRC>PMS</SRC>
</SIHOT-Document>

Attributes Message

Attribute Denotation Type
OC Action Type:
WU = Wake Up Message
String
PH Phone extension where this wake up call should be executed uns. Int
WUT Wake up type String
DA Date of the wake up call. If the WUT is PWU, this is the start date of the wake up call. Date
TI Time of the wake up call, see also DA Time
SRC Origin of the wake up call String

Note: It depends on the PBX whether a SWU/PWU or a WUN is to be used, see What is the difference between SWU/PWU and WUN?.

Response

IF Partner → SIHOT

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="ISO-8859-1"?>
<SIHOT-Document>
  <TN>4722</TN>
  <OC>ACK</OC>
  <RC>0</RC>
</SIHOT-Document>

SIHOT → PBX

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="ISO-8859-1"?>
<SIHOT-Document>
  <TN>4723</TN>
  <OC>ACK</OC>
  <RC>0</RC>
</SIHOT-Document>

Attributes Response

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