1) I’m sure it’s possible, it’s just a matter of talking to the mobile network in question and finding out what kind of options they have available.
2/3) Once asterisk gets the call, it can redirect it to just about any endpoint you’d like it to. For more information on asterisk’s IVR capabilities, I suggest starting here: http://www.asteriskdocs.org/en/3rd_Edition/asterisk-book-html-chunk/asterisk-IVR.html
What modules you’ll need will vary depending on how asterisk is connected to the PTSN and to the external IVR application.
‘Do we need to install complete Asterisk’? I guess this depends on your definition of ‘complete’. My advice to you as a start/test would be to install asterisk and all the sample configurations and then start playing around with connections.
Hi Justin ,
Thank you so much for the help . I will start to do relevant configuration.
I have done some configuration and basic IVR is working . But I ‘m still finding , how to redirect IVR call to a certain VOICE XML server.
For instance http://192.168.2.10:8080/test has an IVR service.
could you please help me with an guide to do the configurations ?
Many Thanks Luke
I’m unfamiliar with Voice XML. Just looking around a bit, it looks like Voxy does exactly what you want – I’d look into that:
Thank you so much , This would be a great help . Thank you once again .