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.

Oh, and also for fun: 0118 999 88199 9119 725 3 will work for all the 'IT Crowd' fans! (free to call from the A&A SIP service, It plays a recorded message from the show not the emergency services.)

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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