Summary:ASTERISK-08247: [bounty] feature request - QSIG call diversion interop with SIP
Reporter:Andrey Kovalenko (akovalen)Labels:
Date Opened:2006-11-30 16:47:12.000-0600Date Closed:2011-06-07 14:03:09
Versions:Frequency of
Description:We are interested in adding support to Asterisk of the following scenario:

1. SETUP message comes to Asterisk over QSIG trunk from PBX

2. Asterisk routes INVITE to SIP proxy

3. SIP proxy responds with a 302 Moved Temporarily with another number

4. Asterisk sends QSIG Call Diversion - CallRerouteing Forwarded Unconditionally - to the PBX. (FACILITY message CallRerouteing encoded per the attached ISO/IEC 13873:2003 document)

5. PBX places the call to the new destination and releases the call to Asterisk.

This behavior is in compliance with the "Signalling Interworking between QSIG
and SIP ? Call Diversion" (ISO/IEC 23915)


We can pay bounty to develop this feature. All sources will be GPLed. Please contact akovalen@gmail.com for details.

Comments:By: Matthew Fredrickson (mattf) 2006-11-30 16:56:22.000-0600

Bounties should be posted on the wiki.  Feature requests/discussions without patches should be put on the asterisk-dev list.

By: Serge Vecher (serge-v) 2006-12-01 08:36:38.000-0600

I know you have been trying to coordinate the implementation of this bounty in 7778 with kward and wisely decided to split this development off into a separate issue. As per bug-tracker guidelines, feature requests and/or bounties can not stay open on the bug-tracker unless there is a patch attached. So, akovalen, please feel free to reopen the report when you and kward have a patch to look at. Please note that the patch will need to be disclaimed as per Digium's disclaimer process (bottom of http://bugs.digium.com/main_page.php). Thanks!

By: Matt Jordan (mjordan) 2014-07-14 14:02:29.673-0500

Removed ISO document per take down request:

Dear Sir/Madam,

We, Attributor Corporation, have been authorized by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) to protect copyright of ISO standards, in particular to search the web for ISO standards that have been illegally posted. Please note that copyright ownership of ISO is clearly indicated on each ISO standard. Based in Switzerland, ISO is the world largest developer and publisher of international standards with a membership of national standards bodies from 164 countries.

Our web search has detected that you post an ISO standard on your website under the link provided below. Generally, ISO does not authorize the posting of its standards on publicly accessible websites. You might have posted the ISO standard without being aware of the copyright situation but this use of the ISO standard seriously infringes ISO's copyright.

We invite you to respect ISO's copyright and REQUEST THAT YOU IMMEDIATELY REMOVE THE ISO STANDARD FROM YOUR WEBSITE. Please note that we will verify within a few days whether you complied with our request. At this stage, ISO reserves all its rights.

If you wish to become a client and obtain authorization to use ISO standards (e.g., make copies or post an ISO standard on your intranet) then please visit ISO's website or the websites of ISO's members. You will find useful information athttp://www.iso.org/iso/home/store.htm.

If you believe that you are authorized to post the ISO standard on your website, please contact us at the email address below.

My contact information is as follows:

Organization name: Attributor Corporation as agent for Rights Holders listed below
Email: counter-notice@attributor.com
Phone: 650-340-9601
Mailing address:
400 South El Camino Real
Suite 650,
San Mateo, CA 94402

My electronic signature follows:
/Eraj Siddiqui/
Eraj Siddiqui
Attributor, Inc.


Infringing page/material that I demand be disabled or removed in consideration of the above:

Rights Holder: ISO (International Organization for Standardization) English

Original Work: ISO/IEC 13873:2003 - Information technology — Telecommunications and information exchange between systems — Private Integrated Services Network — Inter-exchange signalling protocol — Call Diversion supplementary services
Infringing URL: https://issues.asterisk.org/jira/secure/attachment/25528/c036841_ISO_IEC_13873_2003(E).pdf