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StillLearn
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[Anveo] Custom SIP URI.

Suppose I wanted to try a Custom SIP URI for a SIP. What would I put into the boxes to be equivalent to having "SIP device connected to Anveo.com for This Account" selected?

I am just experimenting. Things work well, but I wonder about what else I could do. I have seen "SIP URI" discussed, and I think the answer to the above question could help me understand more.

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said by StillLearn:

Suppose I wanted to try a Custom SIP URI for a SIP. What would I put into the boxes to be equivalent to having "SIP device connected to Anveo.com for This Account" selected?

You wouldn't put anything different in the box that says "SIP device connected to Anveo.com for This Account", though you could. The difference comes in the way that you invoke the call flow.

I suggest you do the following:

1. Make a copy of your current call flow to test with.
2. Create a new inbound sip and assign the new call flow you just created to it.
3. Get yourself a free did and direct it to the SIP URI you got in step 2.
4. Call the free DID and listen to your phone ring.
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StillLearn
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Step 1... I understand that. I certainly would work with a copy. I have made several call flows.

What does it mean to "Create a new inbound sip"? Are you referring to a SIP call control in a call flow?

How does step 2 give me a SIP URI?

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said by StillLearn:

Step 1... I understand that. I certainly would work with a copy. I have made several call flows.

What does it mean to "Create a new inbound sip"? Are you referring to a SIP call control in a call flow?

How does step 2 give me a SIP URI?

From your dashboard click on IVR Call Flow | Inbound SIP Trunk for IVR Call Flow. Click on "Add a new inbound SIP". Assign one of your call flows and click save. You should now see a newly created SIP URI that you can use.
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StillLearn
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said by grand total:

From your dashboard click on IVR Call Flow | Inbound SIP Trunk for IVR Call Flow. Click on "Add a new inbound SIP". Assign one of your call flows and click save. You should now see a newly created SIP URI that you can use.

I see. That process give me a *@sip.anveo.com:5010 address, which is a SIP URI. I see the *string starts with my account number. These could be used by somebody else (or me) as a SIP "phone number" that would "ring" into that call flow and do something such as connect to my "SIP device connected to Anveo.com for this account", transfer, get a message, or whatever.

Thanks.

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said by StillLearn:

said by grand total:

From your dashboard click on IVR Call Flow | Inbound SIP Trunk for IVR Call Flow. Click on "Add a new inbound SIP". Assign one of your call flows and click save. You should now see a newly created SIP URI that you can use.

I see. That process give me a *@sip.anveo.com:5010 address, which is a SIP URI. I see the *string starts with my account number. These could be used by somebody else (or me) as a SIP "phone number" that would "ring" into that call flow and do something such as connect to my "SIP device connected to Anveo.com for this account", transfer, get a message, or whatever.

Thanks.

Exactly, you're welcome.
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Arne Bolen
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said by StillLearn:

These could be used by somebody else (or me) as a SIP "phone number" that would "ring" into that call flow

FYI there is also a "special" SIP address which rings your SIP device directly bypassing the Call Flow system.

sip:1555XXXXXXXXXX@sip.anveo.com

XXXXXXXXXX = your account number
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said by Arne Bolen:

FYI there is also a "special" SIP address which rings your SIP device directly bypassing the Call Flow system.

sip:1555XXXXXXXXXX@sip.anveo.com

XXXXXXXXXX = your account number

Thanks. That sounds worrisome. Somebody who knew my account number, including somebody who had the a SIP URI which starts with my account number, could ring in around my call flow filtering.

Is there such a thing as having your own SIP server where you would have something like 123@4.5.6.7, where 4.5.6.7 is your IP number