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Simuilator for Testing an application that dials n number of calls simultaneously without n phone lines

Posted on 2006-11-29
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   I am creating an application which dials out a number and plays a .wav file.
Now in order to test the application i am looking for some simulator.
Is there any way by which i can test my application without Phone Line(s) and may be without Modem(s) ?


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Presuming the modem is on a COM port, the easiest thing to do would be to monitor that port for the correct output.

Take a look at PortMon:
http://www.microsoft.com/technet/sysinternals/utilities/portmon.mspx
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by:vikrant_kpr
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Hi Cookre

  Thanks a lot, are you aware of some related tutorial?
Ie Monitor Port for Telephony applications?


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Alas, no.
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