[Freeswitch-dev] Best way to test DID is hitting Freeswitch

Kristian Kielhofner kris at kriskinc.com
Mon Dec 17 02:22:15 MSK 2012

Buy a circuit/minutes/whatever from another carrier.

Write a match at the top of your dialplan to catch calls coming from a
number assigned to the circuit above.  Make the match conditional for
only the caller id number of that circuit (matching any destination
number).  Because the caller id number is globally unique you'll be
the only person using it.

Then use FreeSWITCH originate commands to send calls to the DIDs
you're porting on a periodic basis from that number.

When you see the call come back and hit your server you'll know the
number has been ported to you.

Make sure to take care and not harass your customers but I'll leave
that part of the exercise up to you.

On Fri, Dec 14, 2012 at 6:18 PM, Everyday User <everydayuser11 at gmail.com> wrote:
> I have thousands of DID's and wondering what is the best method to run tests
> to see if these numbers are hitting our Freeswitch server.  We have problems
> with our carrier assigning our numbers to other companies and need to
> preemptively know if the number is not pointing to us anymore before our
> clients find out.
> Currently, I run a command to originate a call for each DID which updates a
> database entry to see if that number went through are server.  I am looking
> for a more efficient way to test all these numbers. Thanks.
> - Jim
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Kristian Kielhofner

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