[asterisk-users] Block Spam Calls

Doug Lytle support at drdos.info
Fri Dec 13 14:32:56 CST 2019

On 12/13/19 11:48 AM, Julian Beach wrote:
> Hello Doug,
> Friday, December 13, 2019, 11:03:37 AM, you wrote:
>>> This is exactly what I do - “press 1 for a human”
>>> Works great
>> I do this as well, but I also do a database lookup to see if the number
>> is on our speeddial list and if so, pass the call directly on without
>> the IVR prompts.

For those that would like to see my code:

exten => 517xxxxxxx,1,Answer()
     same => n,Gosub(check_blacklist,s,1)
     same => n,Gosub(get_callerid,s,1)
     same => n,Gosub(check_for_direct,s,1)
     same => n,Set(CHANNEL(musicclass)=music)
     same => n,Gosub(extension_timeouts,s,1)
     same => n,Dial(SIP/3501,${timeout.timeout},TtKk)
     same => n,NoOP(Dial Status: ${DIALSTATUS})
     same => n,NoOP(Hangup Cause: ${HANGUPCAUSE})
     same => n,Gosub(s-${DIALSTATUS},s,1)


;* Check if there is a match of the inbound call to the speed dial list
;* If not, make then go through the IVR menu

exten => 

;* If the contents of speed.phone is blank, assume that it
;* is not programmed and force the call to use the IVR to
;* prove they are not an automated call.

      same => n,GotoIf($["${speed.phone}" != "" ]?3:ivr_menu,s,1)
      same => n,NoOP(${speed.name} is on the approved list)
      same => n,Return()
      same => n,Hangup()

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