RADIUS return codes

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Return codes can be defined by the user through the implementation of the IVR script and RADIUS server agreement. The following table lists the return codes that are predefined and anticipated by existing Cisco IVR scripts.

Explanation code

h323-return-code

Description

success

0

Success, proceed

invalid_account

1

Failed – Invalid Account number

invalid_password

2

Failed – Invalid Password

account_in_use

3

Failed – Account in use

bandwidth_limit_exceeded

3

Failed – Bandwidth limit exceeded

call_limit_exceeded

3

Failed – Call limit exceeded

zero_balance

4

Failed – Zero balance

card_expired

5

Failed – Card expired

credit_limit

6

Failed – Credit limit

user_denied

7

Failed – User denied

user_suspended

7

Failed – User suspended

not_available

8

Failed – Service not available

cld_blocked

9

Failed – Called number blocked

cld_barred

9

Failed – CLD is barred

retries_exceeded

10

Failed – Number of retries exceeded

invalid_argument

11

Failed – Invalid argument

insufficient_balance

12

Failed – Insufficient balance

toll_free_allowed

13

Toll-free calls allowed

invalid_account

14

Failed – Invalid card number

pickup_invalid_cld

15

Failed – CLD is not allowed for pick up

hairpin_to_pstn

50

Call will be hairpinned back to the Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN)

redirect

51

Redirect to called party (use redirect number)

redirect_to_cs

52

Redirect to customer Service (use redirect number)

redirect

53

Connect IP leg to redirect IP address (108)

cld_tmp_unavail

109

CLD is a local account which can’t receive the call

cld_unassigned

110

CLD is unassigned in local DID inventory

cld_dial_error

111

CLD is not a valid dialed number

preselect_not_set

112

CLD doesn’t define any selection code while no default is set

funds_locked

114

Failed – Funds are locked

reject_authorization

115

Reject authorization of already terminated session

spend_limit_exceeded

116

Failed – Account over its current spending budget

funds_locked

117

Failed – Insufficient funds allocated

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