Using Multiple Addresses Simultaneously
The dialable number format (dialing formats are described in Line Devices Overview
) allows multiple destination addresses to be supplied at once. This ability
can be useful if the service provider offers some form of inverse multiplexing
by setting up calls to each of the specified destinations and then managing the
information stream as a single high-bandwidth media stream. The application
perceives this group of calls as a single call because it receives only a single
call handle representing the aggregate of the individual phone calls.
It is also possible to support inverse multiplexing at the application level.
To do this, the application would set up a series of individual calls and
synchronize their media streams.
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