Forward to SIP URI
Enter CLD or two parts of the SIP URI:
The CLD part may contain only digits, the letters a-d and A-D, the signs # and * and may end with the ! sign.
The SIP Proxy part should contain a valid IP address (four numbers separated by dots, e.g., 126.96.36.199).
Specify the time (in seconds) to wait until a call is answered. After the timeout, the call is either redirected to the next follow-me number or disconnected.
Limit simultaneous calls to
When the specified number of concurrent calls has already been established (calls are in a "connected" state) and the account tries to place another call, that call is rejected.
Calling party display
Choose how to display the caller's info during forwarding:
Caller number and name – the call is forwarded with the phone number and the name of the original caller (e.g., if A calls B, but the call is forwarded to C, C will see that it is A who is calling).
Caller number and forwarder name – the phone number of the caller and the forwarder name are put into the CLI of the forwarded call (e.g., if A calls B, but the call is forwarded to C, C will see A's phone number and B's name).
Forwarder number and name – the call is forwarded with the phone number and the name of the forwarder (if A calls B, but the call is forwarded to C, C will see that it is B who is calling).
Keep original CLD
Enable this option to preserve the original dialed number during forwarding. This is useful for forwarding a call to a remote PBX.
Choose the UDP or TCP transport protocol. For SIP communications for PBXes which do not support UDP, use the TCP protocol instead of UDP.