The LINEADDRESSSHARING_ bit-flag constants describe various ways an address
can be shared between lines.
The address is private to the user's line; it is not assigned to any other
The address is bridged to one or more other stations. The first line to
activate a call on the line will have exclusive access to the address and calls that
may exist on it. Other lines will not be able to use the bridged address while
it is in use.
The address is bridged with one or more other stations. The first line to
activate a call on the line will have exclusive access to only the corresponding
call. Other applications that use the address will result in new and separate
The address is bridged with one or more other lines. All bridged parties can
share in calls on the address, which then functions as a conference.
This is an address whose idle/busy status is made available to this line.
No extensibility. All 32 bits are reserved.
The way in which an address is shared across lines can affect the behavior of
that address. LINE_CALLSTATE
messages are sent to the application in response to activities by the
bridging stations. It is through these messages that an application can track the
status of the address.
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