redirected -called" & "redirected -target

Hi,





can some body explain me these 2 terms "redirected -called" & "redirected -target"


(translate { called | calling | redirect-called | redirected-target } translation-rule -no)



I know this is very childish question , but i m always confused in these 2 terms



Thx in advance



regards

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  • Hello,

     

    The "redirect-called" is RDNIS (Redirected Dialed Number Identification Service), and "redirected-target" is the end destination.

     

    To explain this, think of the following example:

     

    User A Phone number: 3000

    User B Phone number: 3001

    Voicemail: 4000

     

    User A calls user B (3001). User B does not pick up the call, and it is redirected to Voicemail (4000).

    User A ---> User B (3001 - redirect-called is Sent to Voicemail for
    mailbox identification) ---> Voicemail (4000) is now call target or
    redirected-target

     

    The "redirect-called" is user B's phone number (3001) which the voicemail system will use to identify the mailbox, and the "redirected-target" is the final destination (4000) of the call or the call "target".

     

     

    Hope this helps



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    Hi

    A big Thx [8-|]   , for clearing my confusion.

     Actually i suspected that but i could not get the documentation on this so i wanted the reaffirmation (which i got)

     

    Regards

     

  • Hey, glad to hear the explanation worked.

     

    The documentation is pretty poor on it, it actually makes the two sound the same.

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