[Freeswitch-users] caller redirect

Paul Muaddib paul.muaddib83 at gmail.com
Tue Apr 10 08:36:31 UTC 2018

I am not sure if you got me right. I don't want to port our number to
another provider. We have a sip trunk connection with a 100 number block

What I want is: For example someone calls our number with extension +49 XXX
XXX - 23 Then I want to redirect the caller to the US number from our
service provider +1 XXX XXX XXX
When I ask our provider they offered me a dedicated number but with costs
per minuate for us when someone calls this number. This would not be so
bad. But when I could manage the redirection by my own the I would be more
flexiable because I could route callers depending of there origin to
different service providers.


2018-04-09 20:55 GMT+02:00 koketsom <koketsom at tluka.co.za>:

> Is the number terrestrial number or specific to a provider? Porting is
> possible in South Africa not sure around your country.. porting is possible
> maybe enquire with your current provider is they can't do a porting most
> providers have PoP's on most countries.
> Regarfs
> Sent from my Huawei Mobile
> -------- Original Message --------
> Subject: [Freeswitch-users] caller redirect
> From: Paul Muaddib
> To: FreeSWITCH Users Help
> CC:
> Hi,
> one of our products has a service number which we purchase externally from
> a service provider. Now we don't want to change the numbers on our
> documents every time we change the service provider. Our company is located
> in Germany, the current service provider in the USA. Can I simply forward
> the incoming calls to the phone number in the USA with the "deflect"
> application without any costs for us?
> What about consumer protection? For example, the customer calls from
> Germany or Europe, but then has to make an international call with
> additional costs.
> Regards,
> Paul
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