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Build a Conference Call Systembuild-a-conference-call-system

60 minutes build time || Github RepoTelnyx Developers

Telnyx Conference System demo built on Call Control API V2 and node.js.

In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to:

  1. 1Set up your development environment to use Telnyx Call Control using Node.
  2. 2Build a simple Telnyx Call Control Conference System using Node.


Conference Calling Prerequisitesconference-calling-prerequisites

Before you get started, you’ll need set up a Mission Control Portal account, buy a number and connect that number to a Call Control ApplicationPORTAL. You can learn how to do that in the quickstart guide here.

You’ll also need to have node installed to continue. You can check this by running the following:

$ node -v

If Node isn’t installed, follow the official installation instructionsTelnyx Developers for your operating system to install it.

You’ll need to have the following Node dependencies installed for the Call Control API:

require('express');
require('superagent');
require('fs');

Telnyx Call Control Basicstelnyx-call-control-basics

For the Call Control application you’ll need to get a set of basic functions to perform Telnyx Call Control Commands plus Telnyx Call Control Conference specifics.

This tutorial will be using the following subset of basic Telnyx Call Control Commands:

Plus all the Telnyx Call Control Conference Commands:

You can get the full set of available Telnyx Call Control Commands hereAPI.

For each Telnyx Call Control Command we will be creating a function that will execute an HTTP POST Request to back to Telnyx server. To execute this API we are using superagent, so make sure you have it installed. If not you can install it with the following command:

$ npm install superagent --save

After that you’ll be able to use ‘superagent’ as part of your app code as follows:

const superagent = require('superagent');

To make use of the Telnyx Call Control Command API you’ll need to set a Telnyx API Key.

To check that go to Mission Control Portal and under the Auth tab you select Auth V2. There you'll find credentials for Auth v2 API Keys. Click on Create API Key and save the key that is shown to you. Please store it as you wont be able to fetch it later.

Once you have it, you can include it on the telnyx-account-v2.jsonTelnyx Developers file.

"telnyx_api_auth_v2": "<your-api-v2-key-here>"

This application will also make use of a hosted audio file for the waiting tone while on holdAPI:

"telnyx_waiting_url": "<your-path-to-waiting-song-here>"

As well as the ID of the Call Control Application for the DialAPI command:

"telnyx_connection_id": "<your-call-control-application-id>"

You can find the Call Control ID in the Mission Portal by editing the Call Control Application being used:

Finding the Call Control ID for a Call Control Application

Once all dependencies are set, we can create a function for each Telnyx Call Control Command. All Commands will follow the same syntax:

function call_control_COMMAND_NAME(f_call_control_id, f_INPUT1, ...){
  const cc_action = ‘COMMAND_NAME’;

  const request = superagent
    .set('Content-Type', 'application/json')
    .set('Accept', 'application/json')
    .set('Authorization', `Bearer ${f_telnyx_api_auth_v2}`)
    .post(`https://api.telnyx.com/v2/calls/${f_call_control_id}/actions/${cc_action}`)
    .send({ PARAM1: f_INPUT1 });

  request
    .then((response) => {
      const body = response.body;
    })
    .catch((error) => {
      console.log(error);
    });
}

Understanding the Command Syntaxunderstanding-the-command-syntax

There are several aspects of this function that deserve some attention:

  • Function Input Parameters: to execute every Telnyx Call Control Command you’ll need to feed your function with the following:
    • the Call Control ID
    • the input parameters, specific to the body of the Command you’re executing.

Having these set as function input parameters will make it generic enough to reuse for different use cases:

function call_control_COMMAND_NAME(f_call_control_id, f_INPUT)

All Telnyx Call Control Commands will be expecting the Call Control ID except Dial. There you’ll get a new one for the leg generated as response.

  • Name of the Call Control Command: as detailed hereAPI, the Command name is part of the API URL. In our code we call that the action name, and will feed the POST Request URL later:
const cc_action = ‘COMMAND_NAME’
  • Building the Telnyx Call Control Command: once you have the Command name defined, you should have all the necessary info to build the complete Telnyx Call Control Command:
  const request = superagent
    .set('Content-Type', 'application/json')
    .set('Accept', 'application/json')
    .set('Authorization', `Bearer ${f_telnyx_api_auth_v2}`)
    .post(`https://api.telnyx.com/v2/calls/${f_call_control_id}/actions/${cc_action}`)
    .send({ PARAM1: f_INPUT1 });
In this example, you can see that the `Call Control ID` and the Action name will feed the URL of the API. The Telnyx API Key is passed to the Authentication header, and the body is formed with all of the different input parameters received for that specific Command.
  • Calling the Telnyx Call Control Command: Having the request headers and options/body set, the only thing left is to execute the POST Request to run the command. For that we are making use of node's request module:
  request
    .then((response) => {
      const body = response.body;
    })
    .catch((error) => {
      console.log(error);
    });

Telnyx Call Control Basic Settelnyx-call-control-basic-set

This is how every Telnyx Call Control Command used in this application looks:

Call Control Answercall-control-answer

function call_control_answer_call(f_telnyx_api_auth_v2, f_call_control_id, f_client_state_s) {
  const l_cc_action = 'answer';
  const l_client_state_64 = null;

  if (f_client_state_s) {
    l_client_state_64 = Buffer.from(f_client_state_s).toString('base64');
  }

  const request = superagent
    .set('Content-Type', 'application/json')
    .set('Accept', 'application/json')
    .set('Authorization', `Bearer ${f_telnyx_api_auth_v2}`)
    .post(`https://api.telnyx.com/v2/calls/${f_call_control_id}/actions/${l_cc_action}`)
    .send({ client_state: l_client_state_64 });

  request
    .then((response) => {
      const body = response.body;
    })
    .catch((error) => {
      console.log(error);
    });
}

Call Control Hangupcall-control-hangup

function call_control_hangup(f_telnyx_api_auth_v2, f_call_control_id) {
  const l_cc_action = 'hangup';

  const request = superagent
    .set('Content-Type', 'application/json')
    .set('Accept', 'application/json')
    .set('Authorization', `Bearer ${f_telnyx_api_auth_v2}`)
    .post(`https://api.telnyx.com/v2/calls/${f_call_control_id}/actions/${l_cc_action}`)
    .send({});

  request
    .then((response) => {
      const body = response.body;
    })
    .catch((error) => {
      console.log(error);
    });
}

Call Control Dialcall-control-dial

function call_control_dial(f_telnyx_api_auth_v2, f_dest, f_from, f_connection_id) {
  const l_cc_action = 'dial';

  const request = superagent
    .set('Content-Type', 'application/json')
    .set('Accept', 'application/json')
    .set('Authorization', `Bearer ${f_telnyx_api_auth_v2}`)
    .post(`https://api.telnyx.com/v2/calls/${f_call_control_id}/actions/${l_cc_action}`)
    .send({
      to: f_dest,
      from: f_from,
      connection_id: f_connection_id,
    });

  request
    .then((response) => {
      const body = response.body;
    })
    .catch((error) => {
      console.log(error);
    });
}

Call Control Speakcall-control-speak

function call_control_speak(f_telnyx_api_auth_v2, f_call_control_id, f_tts_text) {
  const l_cc_action = 'speak';

  const request = superagent
    .set('Content-Type', 'application/json')
    .set('Accept', 'application/json')
    .set('Authorization', `Bearer ${f_telnyx_api_auth_v2}`)
    .post(`https://api.telnyx.com/v2/calls/${f_call_control_id}/actions/${l_cc_action}`)
    .send({
      payload: f_tts_text,
      voice: g_ivr_voice,
      language: g_ivr_language,
    });

  request
    .then((response) => {
      const body = response.body;
    })
    .catch((error) => {
      console.log(error);
    });
}

Call Control Recording Startcall-control-recording-start

function call_control_record_start(f_telnyx_api_auth_v2, f_call_control_id) {
  const l_cc_action = 'record_start';

  const request = superagent
    .set('Content-Type', 'application/json')
    .set('Accept', 'application/json')
    .set('Authorization', `Bearer ${f_telnyx_api_auth_v2}`)
    .post(`https://api.telnyx.com/v2/calls/${f_call_control_id}/actions/${l_cc_action}`)
    .send({
      format: 'mp3',
      channels: 'dual'
    });

  request
    .then((response) => {
      const body = response.body;
    })
    .catch((error) => {
      console.log(error);
    });
}

Call Control Recording Stopcall-control-recording-stop

function call_control_record_stop(f_telnyx_api_auth_v2, f_call_control_id) {
  const cc_action = 'record_stop';

  const request = superagent
    .set('Content-Type', 'application/json')
    .set('Accept', 'application/json')
    .set('Authorization', `Bearer ${f_telnyx_api_auth_v2}`)
    .post(`https://api.telnyx.com/v2/calls/${f_call_control_id}/actions/${cc_action}`)
    .send({});

  request
    .then((response) => {
      const body = response.body;
    })
    .catch((error) => {
      console.log(error);
    });
}

Telnyx Call Control Conference Commandstelnyx-call-control-conference-commands

This is what every Telnyx Call Control Conference Commands look like:

Conference: Create Conferenceconference--create-conference

function call_control_create_conf(f_telnyx_api_auth_v2, f_call_control_id, f_client_state_s, f_name, f_callback) {
  const cc_action = 'create_conf';
  const l_client_state_64 = null;

  if (f_client_state_s) {
    l_client_state_64 = Buffer.from(f_client_state_s).toString('base64');
  }

  const request = superagent
    .set('Content-Type', 'application/json')
    .set('Accept', 'application/json')
    .set('Authorization', `Bearer ${f_telnyx_api_auth_v2}`)
    .post(`https://api.telnyx.com/v2/calls/${f_call_control_id}/actions/${cc_action}`)
    .send({
      call_control_id: f_call_control_id,
      name: f_name,
      client_state: l_client_state_64
    });

  request
    .then((response) => {
      const body = response.body;
      if (body.data) f_callback(null, body.data.id);
    })
    .catch((error) => {
      console.log(error);
      f_callback(err);
    });
}

Conference: Join Conferenceconference--join-conference

function call_control_join_conf(f_telnyx_api_auth_v2, f_call_control_id, f_conf_id, f_client_state_s) {
  const cc_action = 'join';
  const l_client_state_64 = null;

  if (f_client_state_s) {
    l_client_state_64 = Buffer.from(f_client_state_s).toString('base64');
  }

  const request = superagent
    .set('Content-Type', 'application/json')
    .set('Accept', 'application/json')
    .set('Authorization', `Bearer ${f_telnyx_api_auth_v2}`)
    .post(`https://api.telnyx.com/v2/calls/${f_call_control_id}/actions/${cc_action}`)
    .send({
      call_control_id: f_call_control_id,
      client_state: l_client_state_64
    });

  request
    .then((response) => {
      const body = response.body;
    })
    .catch((error) => {
      console.log(error);
    });
}

Conference: Mute Participantconference--mute-participant

function call_control_mute(f_telnyx_api_auth_v2, f_conf_id, f_call_control_ids) {
  const cc_action = 'mute';

  const request = superagent
    .set('Content-Type', 'application/json')
    .set('Accept', 'application/json')
    .set('Authorization', `Bearer ${f_telnyx_api_auth_v2}`)
    .post(`https://api.telnyx.com/v2/conferences/${f_conf_id}/actions/${cc_action}`)
    .send({
      call_control_ids: f_call_control_ids,
    });

  request
    .then((response) => {
      const body = response.body;
    })
    .catch((error) => {
      console.log(error);
    });
}

Conference: Umute Participantconference--umute-participant

function call_control_unmute(f_telnyx_api_auth_v2, f_conf_id, f_call_control_ids) {
  const cc_action = 'unmute';

  const request = superagent
    .set('Content-Type', 'application/json')
    .set('Accept', 'application/json')
    .set('Authorization', `Bearer ${f_telnyx_api_auth_v2}`)
    .post(`https://api.telnyx.com/v2/conferences/${f_conf_id}/actions/${cc_action}`)
    .send({
      call_control_ids: f_call_control_ids,
    });

  request
    .then((response) => {
      const body = response.body;
    })
    .catch((error) => {
      console.log(error);
    });
}

Conference: Hold Participantconference--hold-participant

function call_control_hold(f_telnyx_api_auth_v2, f_conf_id, f_call_control_ids, f_audio_url) {
  const cc_action = 'hold';

  const request = superagent
    .set('Content-Type', 'application/json')
    .set('Accept', 'application/json')
    .set('Authorization', `Bearer ${f_telnyx_api_auth_v2}`)
    .post(`https://api.telnyx.com/v2/conferences/${f_conf_id}/actions/${cc_action}`)
    .send({
      call_control_ids: f_call_control_ids,
      audio_url: f_audio_url
    });

  request
    .then((response) => {
      const body = response.body;
    })
    .catch((error) => {
      console.log(error);
    });
}

Conference: Unhold Participantconference--unhold-participant

function call_control_unhold(f_telnyx_api_auth_v2, f_conf_id, f_call_control_ids, f_audio_url) {
  const cc_action = 'unhold';

  const request = superagent
    .set('Content-Type', 'application/json')
    .set('Accept', 'application/json')
    .set('Authorization', `Bearer ${f_telnyx_api_auth_v2}`)
    .post(`https://api.telnyx.com/v2/conferences/${f_conf_id}/actions/${cc_action}`)
    .send({
      call_control_ids: f_call_control_ids,
      audio_url: f_audio_url
    });

  request
    .then((response) => {
      const body = response.body;
    })
    .catch((error) => {
      console.log(error);
    });
}

Client State: within some of the Telnyx Call Control Commands list we presented, you probably noticed we were including the Client State parameter. Client State is the key to ensure that we can have several levels on our IVR while consuming the same Call Control Events.

Because Call Control is stateless and async, your application will be receiving several events of the same type, e.g. user just included DTMF. With Client State you enforce a unique ID to be sent back to Telnyx which can be used within a particular Command flow, identifying it as being at Level 2 of a certain IVR for example.

Building a Conference Systembuilding-a-conference-system

With all the basic and conference related Telnyx Call Control Commands set, we are ready to put them in the order that will create a simple Conference System. For that all we are going to do is to:

  1. 1handle incoming calls and place participants in the conference
  2. 2push for outgoing calls and place participants in the conference
  3. 3maintain a participant list
  4. 4greet the new participants before place them on the conference room
  5. 5put the first participant automatically on hold
  6. 6put a participant on-hold every-time he's the only participant on the conference room
  7. 7un-hold the unique participant on the conference room when the second arrives
  8. 8allow remote commands to list participants, force hold/unhold, force mute/unmute, force participant push

To exemplify this process we created a simple API call that will be exposed as the webhook in Mission Portal. For that we would be using express:

$ npm install request --save

With express we can create an API wrapper that uses HTTP POST to call our Request Token method:

rest.post('/'+g_appName+'/start', function (req, res) {
  // APP CODE GOES HERE
})

This would expose a webhook like the following:

https://<webhook_domain>:8081/telnyx-conf/start

You probably noticed that g_appName in the previous point. That is part of a set of global variables we are defining with a certain set of info we know we are going to use in this app: TTS parameters, like voice and language to be used, etc...

For the purpose of maintaining the Conference list and state of the Conference room we also define a set of global variables.

You can set these at the beginning of your code:

// Application:
const g_appName = "telnyx-conf-v2";

// TTS Options
const g_ivr_voice     = 'female';
const g_ivr_language = 'en-GB';

// Conf Options
var g_conf_id = 'no-conf';
var g_on_hold = 'false';
var g_participants = new Map();
Note Type Info

If you would like to run the application on your local machine you will have to expose the app to the public internet. To do this you can use ngrok. You can follow the setup guide for ngrok here.

With that set, we can fill in that space that we named as APP CODE GOES HERE. When your webhook URL is ready you can add the webhook URL to your Mission Control Portal Connection associated with your number. Here's an example of what a Call Control setup looks like:

Mission Control Portal Call Control setup

So the first thing to be done is to identify the kind of event you just received and extract the Call Control Id and Client State:

if (req && req.body && req.body.data.event_type) {
    var l_hook_event_type = req.body.data.event_type;
    var l_call_control_id = req.body.data.payload.call_control_id;
    var l_client_state_64 = req.body.data.payload.client_state;
} else{res.end('0');}

Once you identify the Event Type received, it’s just a matter of having your application reacting to that. Is the way you react to that Event that helps you creating the IVR logic. What you would be doing is to execute Telnyx Call Control Command as a reaction to those Events.

Note Type Important

For consistency, the Telnyx Call Control engine requires every single Webhook to be replied to by the Webhook end-point, otherwise we will keep trying to send it. For that reason, we have to be ready to consume every Webhook we expect to receive and reply with 200 OK.

Webhook Call Initiated >> Command Answer Callwebhook-call-initiated----command-answer-call

    if (req.body.data.payload.direction == 'incoming')
        call_control_answer_call(g_telnyx_api_auth_v2, l_call_control_id, null);
    else
        call_control_answer_call(g_telnyx_api_auth_v2, l_call_control_id, 'outgoing');
    res.end();

Webhook Call Answered >> Start Conferencewebhook-call-answered----start-conference

Once your app is notified by Telnyx that the call was established you want to either start the conference room or put the participant in an already existing room.

if (g_conf_id == 'no-conf') {

  // First participant message
  call_control_speak(g_telnyx_api_auth_v2, l_call_control_id,
      'Welcome to this conference demo. ' +
      'Please wait for other participants to join. '
  );

  // Create Conference
  call_control_create_conf(g_telnyx_api_auth_v2, l_call_control_id, 'conf-created', 'myconf', function (conf_err, conf_res) {

      if (conf_res == '0') {
          console.log("[%s] LOG - Conference Creation Failed!", get_timestamp());
          call_control_hangup(g_telnyx_api_auth_v2, l_call_control_id);
      } else {
          g_conf_id = conf_res;

          if (!l_client_state_64)
              g_participants.set(l_call_control_id, l_hook_from); // add inbound participant to the list
          else
              g_participants.set(l_call_control_id, l_hook_to); // add outbound participant to the list
      }

  });

} else {

  // Consequent participants message
  call_control_speak(g_telnyx_api_auth_v2, l_call_control_id,
      'Welcome to this conference demo. ' +
      'We are now putting you on the conference room. '
  );

  call_control_join_conf(g_telnyx_api_auth_v2, l_call_control_id, g_conf_id, 'agent-in');

  // Add Participant to the Participant List
  if (!l_client_state_64)
      g_participants.set(l_call_control_id, l_hook_from); // add inbound participant to the list
  else
      g_participants.set(l_call_control_id, l_hook_to); // add outbound participant to the list
}

res.end();

Conference Created >> Just Logconference-created----just-log

Your app will be informed that the Conference was created.

console.log("[%s] LOG - New Conference Created! - Conference ID [%s]", get_timestamp(), g_conf_id);
res.end();
}

Conference Join >> Hold/Unhold Participantconference-join----hold-unhold-participant

Your app will be informed that a participant just joined the room.

if (g_participants.size < 2) {

  // First Participant
  call_control_hold(g_telnyx_api_auth_v2, g_conf_id, [l_call_control_id], g_telnyx_waiting_url);
  g_on_hold = l_call_control_id;

} else if (g_participants.size == 2) {

  // Second Participant
  call_control_unhold(g_telnyx_api_auth_v2, g_conf_id, [g_on_hold]);
  g_on_hold = 'false';

}
res.end();

Conference Leave >> Remove Participant / Cleanup Varsconference-leave----remove-participant---cleanup-vars

Your app will be informed that a participant just left the room, we need to cleanup some things.

// Remove participant from the list
g_participants.delete(l_call_control_id);

// Reset Conf_Id if conference room empty
if (g_participants.size < 1) {

  g_conf_id = 'no-conf';

// Put participant back on hold if it's the last one
} else if (g_participants.size == 1) {

  for (var key of g_participants.keys()) {

    // First Participant
    call_control_hold(g_telnyx_api_auth_v2, g_conf_id, [key], g_telnyx_waiting_url);
    g_on_hold = key;
  }
}

res.end();

Anything Else >> Just Ack/200okanything-else----just-ack-200ok

} else if (l_hook_event_type == 'call.speak.ended' ||
        l_hook_event_type == 'call.speak.started' ||
        l_hook_event_type == 'playback.ended' ||
        l_hook_event_type == 'call.hangup' ||
        l_hook_event_type == 'gather.ended' ||
        l_hook_event_type == 'call.bridged' ||
        l_hook_event_type == 'dtmf' ||
        l_hook_event_type == 'playback.started') { 
        res.end();

}

Interacting with the Conference Roominteracting-with-the-conference-room

As part of the process of building a Conference Room, there is also the possibility of interacting with the application to list participants and engage with direct participants. We do that by creating a couple of HTTP GET commands that can be then called by a browser, cURL or Postman.

Listing Participantslisting-participants

https://<webhook_domain>:8081/telnyx-conf-v2/list

rest.get('/' + g_appName + '/list', function (req, res) {

  // Return/Display complete participant list

  if (g_participants.size > 0 && g_conf_id != 'no-conf') {

    var l_list = 'Conference ID: ' + g_conf_id + '\n';
    l_list += '\n';
    l_list += 'Participant List: \n';

    for (var key of g_participants.keys()) {
        l_list += key + ' - [' + g_participants.get(key) + '] \n';
    }

    res.end(l_list);

  } else
    res.end("no participant or no conference exists");
})

Mute Participantmute-participant

https://<webhook_domain>:8081/telnyx-conf-v2/mute?participant=x

rest.get('/' + g_appName + '/mute', function (req, res) {

  // Mute specific Participant

  if (g_participants.size > 0 && g_conf_id != 'no-conf') {

    call_control_mute(g_telnyx_api_auth_v2, g_conf_id, [req.query.participant]);

    res.end("participant muted [" + req.query.participant + "]");

  } else
    res.end("no participant or no conference exists");
})

Unute Participantunute-participant

https://<webhook_domain>:8081/telnyx-conf-v2/unmute?participant=x

rest.get('/' + g_appName + '/unmute', function (req, res) {

  // Un-Mute specific Participant

  if (g_participants.size > 0 && g_conf_id != 'no-conf') {

    call_control_unmute(g_telnyx_api_auth_v2, g_conf_id, [req.query.participant]);

    res.end("participant unmuted [" + req.query.participant + "]");

  } else
    res.end("no participant or no conference exists");
})

Hold Participanthold-participant

https://<webhook_domain>:8081/telnyx-conf-v2/hold?participant=x

rest.get('/' + g_appName + '/hold', function (req, res) {

  // Put specific participant on-hold

  if (g_participants.size > 0 && g_conf_id != 'no-conf') {

    call_control_hold(g_telnyx_api_key_v1, g_telnyx_api_secret_v1, g_conf_id, [req.query.participant], g_telnyx_waiting_url);

    res.end("participant on hold [" + req.query.participant + "]");

  } else
    res.end("no participant or no conference exists");
})

Unhold Participantunhold-participant

https://<webhook_domain>:8081/telnyx-conf-v2/unhold?participant=x

rest.get('/' + g_appName + '/unhold', function (req, res) {

  // Un-hold specific participant

  if (g_participants.size > 0 && g_conf_id != 'no-conf') {

    call_control_unhold(g_telnyx_api_key_v1, g_telnyx_api_secret_v1, g_conf_id, [req.query.participant]);

    res.end("participant resumed [" + req.query.participant + "]");

  } else
    res.end("no participant or no conference exists");
})

Pull Participantpull-participant

https://<webhook_domain>:8081/telnyx-conf-v2/pull?number=x

Please note that a URL encoded number format is expected by the webhook, so for international +E164 numbers we should replace + per %2B.

Example:

https://<webhook_domain>:8081/telnyx-conf-v2/pull?number=%2B351933090907

rest.get('/' + g_appName + '/pull', function (req, res) {

  // Dial-out to specific number to pull participant

  call_control_dial(g_telnyx_api_auth_v2, req.query.number, "conf", g_telnyx_connection_id);
  res.end("called " + req.query.number);
})

Start Recording Call Legstart-recording-call-leg

https://<webhook_domain>:8081/telnyx-conf-v2/record-start?participant=x

rest.get('/' + g_appName + '/record-start', function (req, res) {
  call_control_record_start(g_telnyx_api_auth_v2, req.query.participant);
  res.end("recording started for " + req.query.participant);
})

Stop Recording Call Legstop-recording-call-leg

https://<webhook_domain>:8081/telnyx-conf-v2/record-stop?participant=x

rest.get('/' + g_appName + '/record-stop', function (req, res) {
  call_control_record_stop(g_telnyx_api_auth_v2, req.query.participant);
  res.end("recording stopped for " + req.query.participant);
})

Lightning-Up the Applicationlightning-up-the-application

Finally the last piece of the puzzle is having your application listening for Telnyx Webhooks:

var server = rest.listen(8081, function () {
  var host = server.address().address
  var port = server.address().port
})

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