Test Numbers

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There are a number of special codes and numbers that can be called from an A&A SIP account.

a * can be replaced with a # in the special codes. This is useful if you are behind a PBX that intercepts * locally.

Code Meaning
*100 1 kHz tone
*101 or 1571 Record new outgoing voice-mail message
*102 Leave message on your voice-mail
*103 Play current hold music
*104 or 17070 Read your calling number
*105 Read the time (Speaking clock)
*106 Play a long and rather rude message about calling numbers listed in the TPS.
*107 Read your VoIP account number
*108 Special Information Tone and hang up
*109 Leave a message on your voice-mail forcing WAV format, no outgoing message first, email your login contact if no voice-mail email defined.
*110 Leave a message on your voice-mail forcing OGG format, no outgoing message first, email your login contact if no voice-mail email defined.
*111 Leave a message on your voice-mail forcing MP3 format, no outgoing message first, email your login contact if no voice-mail email defined.
*113 Record custom anonymous call rejection message.
*114 Play anonymous call rejection message.
*400 to *699 Return SIP code 400 to 699. Ideal for testing the response of your equipment to a failed call.

Calls to these numbers are charged at 0.00, and will show on the CDR log on the control pages.

CDR showing calls to test numbers


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