[VoiceOps] Disconnected numbers and SIP
paul at timmins.net
Tue Oct 20 22:45:59 EDT 2015
Cause code 1 (ISUP/ISDN), SIP 404. This is the canonical way. "Disconnected" versus "not in my translations, but on my number block" is a meaningless distinction. Technically you can send a 301/302 I think with a new destination (there's a similar way to do this with ISUP) but it's not widely implemented so number changed referrals typically stay in-band.
> On Oct 20, 2015, at 22:43, Alex Balashov <abalashov at evaristesys.com> wrote:
> I would have thought 1 means that the number has no entry in a switch translation table, which is something logically distinct from disconnection. I suppose it depends on how LECs implement the state of affairs to which "disconnected" colloquially refers.
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