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PageGate TouchTone Setup Video Tutorial

PageGate TouchTone Setup

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PageGate TouchTone Setup Transcript for Video:
Welcome to the tutorial on how to configure the PageGate GetTouchTone Module.

In this tutorial, we'll be going over what the GetTouchTone Module is, how it functions, and how to configure it.

Before we begin, the GetTouchTone Module module requires the PageGate GetASCII module to function properly. For steps on how to configure the GetASCII module, please watch our Basic GetASCII configuration tutorial at our website, www.notepage.net

Also, it should be noted that any modem that you use MUST be a voice modem. Only voice modems are capable of interpreting touch tones. DataFax modems that do not have the voice capability cannot interpret touch tones at all.

The GetTouchTone Module module for PageGate allows the program to monitor a modem for incoming touch tones.

The first step is to configure the initialization file for the server.

In Windows, go to your start menu, then left click on Run.

In the Run line, enter the full path to the snpp.ini file contained within your PageGate program directory.

By default, this path is c:\program files\pagegate\ppggttone.ini

Once the ini file is open, there are a few sections we'll need to fill out.

The first is RunStyle.

By default, the GetTouchTone module runs as an application but it can run as a system services. For now, leave it on Application.

Since we aren't changing the run style, leave SwitchStyle to False.

Next is Silence Timeout. This is the number of seconds the Program will wait during periods of silence. If the program doesn't receive anything after 5 seconds, it will hang up.

Next is the Data Folder. The Data Folder needs to match the GetASCII polling folder. For steps on how to configure the GetASCII module, please watch the Basic GetASCII configuration tutorial on our website, www.notepage.net

Next is the File Extension. By default, this is set to .ttm but you can set it to whatever you please.

The next section is the Modem section. In this section, we can tell the program what modem to monitor and how to format the communication parameters.

The ComPort section should match the communications port of your modem.

Next is the InitString field. If you are using a US Robotics based modem, use this init string.

If you're using a Conexant based chispet, use this init string.

Next we have the Connect String. This is the series of tones that the program will transmit after picking up the phone line to indicate for the end user to enter their touch tones.

If you're using a Conexant based modem, use this init string.

If you're using a US Robotics based modem, use this init string.

Next we have the Connected String 1. If you're using a US Robotics based modem, enter this string here.

Lastly, we have the Connected String 2. If you're using a US Robotics based modem, enter this string here.

After entering in your settings, go to File - Save, then File - Exit.

The final step is to run the Pagegate GetTouchTone Module.

So, go to Start - Run.

Enter the full path to the PGTTReceiver.exe file. By default, this path is c:\program files\pagegate\pgttreceiver.exe

This conclude the tutorial on how to configure the PageGate GetTouchTone Module. For more tutorials, including how to configure the PageGate GetASCII module, please visit our website, www.notepage.net

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