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Using Twinkle from the Command Line

Command Line Options

call Call someone answer Answer an incoming call answerbye Answer an incoming call or end a call reject Reject an incoming call redirect Redirect an incoming call transfer Transfer a standing call bye End a call hold Put a call on-hold retrieve Retrieve a held call conference Join 2 calls in a 3-way conference mute Mute a line dtmf Send DTMF redial Repeat last call register Register your phone at a registrar deregister De-register your phone at a registrar fetch_reg Fetch registrations from registrar options Get capabilities of another SIP endpoint line Toggle between phone lines dnd Do not disturb auto_answer Auto answer user Show users / set active user zrtp ZRTP command for voice encryption message Send an instant message presence Publish your presence state quit Quit help Get help on a command

call

Usage:
        call [-s subject] [-d display] [-h] dst
Description:
        Call someone.
Arguments:
        -s subject      Add a subject header to the INVITE
        -d display      Add display name to To-header
        -h              Hide your identity
        dst             SIP uri of party to invite

bye

Usage:
        bye
Description:
        End a call.
        For a stable call a BYE will be sent.
        If the invited party did not yet sent a final answer,
        then a CANCEL will be sent.

dtmf

Usage:
        dtmf digits
Description:
        Send the digits as out-of-band DTMF telephone events (RFC 2833).
        This command can only be given when a call is established.
Arguments:
        -r      Raw mode: do not convert letters to digits.
        digits  0-9 | A-D | * | #
Example:
        dtmf 1234#
        dmtf movies
Notes:
        The overdecadic digits A-D can only be sent in raw mode.

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