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SIP responses are the codes used by Session Initiation Protocol for communication. They complement the SIP Requests, which are used to initiate action such as a phone conversation. Note that the Reason Phrases of the responses listed below are only the recommended examples, and can be replaced with local equivalents without affecting the protocol.


Informational Responses - 1xx

extended search being performed may take a significant time so a forking proxy must send a 100 Trying response

2xx—Successful Responses - 2xx

Redirection Responses - 3xx

Client Failure Responses - 4xx

Server Failure Responses - 5xx

Global Failure Responses - 6xx

Siemens 7xx-Extended Codes

Attention: The following is a list of SIP Codes belonging to the 7xx, 8xx, 9xx classes (applicative) and used by Siemens in their Gigaset products. They are not documented by any SIP RFC and other companies and applications may override them without notice.

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