The element is nested within the element, and is used to call to Sip addresses. The desired Sip address to call is nested within the opening and closing elements, just as with a number when using the element. The opening and closing Sip tags is mandatory prefixing the desired Sip address with "sip:" when using it within the element like so: sip:[email protected].
A element must be placed inside of a element.
URL where some parameters specific to will be sent for further processing. The calling party can be redirected here upon the hangup of the B leg caller.
Method used to request the action URL.
Number of seconds call stays on the line while waiting for an answer.
Duration in seconds a call made through should last before ending.
Number to display as calling. Defaults to the ID of the phone being used.
Audio URL to be executed in place of the call ring-tone.
URL requested once the dialed call connects. Note that this URL only receives parameters containing information about the call. The call does not execute XML given as a callbackURL.
Method used to request the callback URL.
The URL that Ytel API requests every 60 seconds during the call to notify of elapsed time as well as to pass other general information.
Method used to request the hearbeatUrl.
In addition to the default element, the element must also be nested within the verb.
The element cannot nest any other elements within itself. It must only nest the sip address which is to be called.
number : mandatory @ : mandatory domain_name : mandatory port : optional
<Response> <Dial action="https://customapps.ytel.com/m360/examples/welcome/index.php" method="post" callerid="+1949XXXXXXX" dialmusic="https://xyz.com/ring.mp3" callbackmethod="post" HeartBeatUrl="https://customapps.message360.com/m360/examples/welcome/index.php" heartbeatMethod="POST" callbackurl="https://customapps.message360.com/m360/examples/welcome/index.php"> <Sip>[email protected]</Sip> </Dial> </Response>
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