[asterisk-users] 603 Declined > Dialstatus Busy

Markus Weiler markus_weiler at mailworks.org
Fri Feb 27 12:18:25 CST 2015

Hi Nick,

maybe this will help?

exten => _XXX,n,Dial(SIP/${EXTEN})
exten => _XXX,n,NoOp(SIP return code : 



Am 27.02.2015 um 18:56 schrieb Nick Olsen:
> Hello Everyone.
> In my outbound contexts, I'm using "${DIALSTATUS}" to fail over to 
> other routes if the chosen route rejects the call.
> Now, My current scenario is if I get "BUSY" back from the first 
> provider, I send a busy back to my customer. If I get something like 
> CHANUNAVAIL (Like a SIP 503) I advance to the next carrier and attempt 
> the call.
> This works great as expected. However, One of my SIP carriers likes to 
> send back 603 "DECLINED" inplace of 503's. Asterisk ${DIALSTATUS} 
> treats this as "Busy". Can I change how asterisk interprets a 603 
> Declined? So it treats is as "CHANUNAVAIL"?
> The obvious quick fix is to change my "Busy" option to attempt another 
> carrier before finally returning BUSY to the customer. But I was 
> hoping to not have to do that. Any ideas?
> Nick Olsen
> Network Operations
> (855) FLSPEED  x106

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