Redirect with SIP Provider?

Discussion in '3CX Phone System - General' started by SIPfun, Jul 15, 2008.

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  1. SIPfun

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    I've been testing the check boxes...

    What situation could I test for to see if my provider uses redirect?

    And how does it help me?
     
  2. francesco

    francesco New Member

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    Can you please give me an example?
     
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    When I add a VOIP provider to 3CX, there is a checkbox for indicating that the provider supports redirect...

    What is redirect - and how can I test to see if it's supported with my carrier.
     
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    There're two checkboxes - Supports re-Invite, and Supports 'Replaces'.
    First tells PBX if it is allowed to renegotiate codecs for that endpoint. If not - it will bound it to media server as a call starts.
    Second can be used only with re-invites, so it is grayed out if re-invites are disbled. It is just optimization hint for attended transfer. You should untick it if you have problems with attended transfers that involve that endpoint.
     
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    francesco New Member

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    i don't see ..redirect :?: :?: :?:
     
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  6. Anonymous

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    Francesco,

    Are you sure you are talking about redirect?

    What are you trying to do?

    Thanks,
     
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