[Freeswitch-users] Testing inbound calls from LOTS of origin points?
kris at kriskinc.com
Wed Jan 7 20:00:11 MSK 2015
Justin Newman proposed something along these lines about a month ago
on Voiceops. He wrote:
I'm currently building out daily testing of a large set of outbound
providers against a wide array of destinations. I'm looking for other
facilities-based LECs who would offer up a telephone number that
- answers the phone then plays a recording we provide (consisting of
test tones, etc.)
- forwards incoming calls to a toll free number (which will answer &
play a similar recording)
Estimated call volume is 100-200 calls per day, max. of 1 concurrent
call. ACD of 15-30s.
If you work for a company who would be willing, please drop me an
email off list and we can coordinate. The perks of participating
include knowing someone's doing a fairly substantial test of a wide
array of carriers a couple of times a day, and opening tickets with
the carriers when there are problems. We'll also try to provide some
visibility into problems, particularly if we see them from the big
There were no replies on list but he may have received some directly...
On Wed, Jan 7, 2015 at 11:20 AM, Nathan Neulinger <nneul at mst.edu> wrote:
> Anyone know of any good way to test inbound calls from lots of different origins? Similar to what you do with things
> like 'global dns propagation checker'?
> I'd like to be able to periodically validate inbound calls from a bunch of different sources - ideally taking different
> paths inbound. (We've had a number of occasions lately where we suspect a routing problem external to our sip carrier
> only affecting certain inbound call sources.)
> I realize I can probably do this by hand, just by getting SIP trunks from a bunch of different providers, but is there
> any way that is a bit less manual/time consuming/third party to do the heavy lifting/etc?
> -- Nathan
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