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pagemen

join:2008-12-28
planet earth

[Asterisk] Identify GV Calls and direct call-in

I use CC free NY DID with google voice on asterisk. Sometimes, I received calls on the NY DID, since I never gave out this number, these calls were 100% wrong/spam.

In GV, I set it to pass incoming DID and the free DID can display the incoming# just fine. So how can I know whether the NY DID or the GV# is called? I want to disconnect all calls to the NY DID.

Thanks.

wintek
Premium
join:2011-02-07
Haughton, LA
If the call did not hit the Google Voice CDR (Call History) then it had to come from the CallCentric DID


AndrewZ
Premium
join:2003-07-17
somewhere
reply to pagemen
Are you forwarding your GV# to CC DID?


whocares

@charter.com
reply to pagemen
The easiest solution would be to terminate the GV trunk directly on the * server instead of forwarding it to the CC DID.
Then, you can set up an inbound route in * to reject any inward calls from the CC trunk.

With your current arrangement, you are not fully utilizing the capabilities of Asterisk.

OZO
Premium
join:2003-01-17
kudos:2
reply to pagemen
There is module in Asterisk, that takes calls from Google Voice directly.
Calling using Google - Asterisk Project Wiki
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Keep it simple, it'll become complex by itself...

SCADAGeo

join:2012-11-08
N California
kudos:2
reply to pagemen
I have a GV trunk, and all of my inbound routes have CID name prefixes.

The GV inbound route has a CID name prefix of "GV:".

The main CallCentric account (1777xxxxxxx) has a CID name prefix of "CCMain:", the Dirt Cheap DID has a prefix of "CCCal:", and the NY DID has a prefix of "CCNY:".