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Incoming calls can be made from the internet to sip:number@aa.org.uk and delivered just like a normal incoming call.
 
Incoming calls can be made from the internet to sip:number@aa.org.uk and delivered just like a normal incoming call.
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The CLI is not trusted for such calls, so are sent to your SIP handset with a ? on the front, and not passed on if the call is diverted.
 
The CLI is not trusted for such calls, so are sent to your SIP handset with a ? on the front, and not passed on if the call is diverted.
   
So, for example, without any configuration or account details a softphone may call your A&A provided VoIP number.
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So, for example, without any configuration or account details a softphone may call your A&A provided VoIP number, as shown in the image here.
   
[[File:VOIP-sipURIcall.png|thumb|Calling a SIP URI]]
 
   
 
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Revision as of 09:01, 2 November 2017

Calling a SIP URI

Incoming calls can be made from the internet to sip:number@aa.org.uk and delivered just like a normal incoming call.

The format of your number should be in +44 format, eg to call AAISP support you'd use: sip:+443333400999@aa.org.uk

You do need to use the hostname aa.org.uk as we use SRV records to direct the call, so using an IP address instead is not supported.

The CLI is not trusted for such calls, so are sent to your SIP handset with a ? on the front, and not passed on if the call is diverted.

So, for example, without any configuration or account details a softphone may call your A&A provided VoIP number, as shown in the image here.