Each Rule can have zero, one, or several actions. If a Request meets all the Rule conditions, the Rule actions are performed.
You can use all universal actions described in the Rules section. This section describes the Rule actions that can be used in Signal Rules:
Stop Processing: This action should be the last one in a Rule. Execution of this Rule stops and no other (lower-priority) Rules are checked for this Signal at this time. Signal processing proceeds.
Discard Rules: This action should be the last one in a Rule. Execution of this Rule stops and no other (lower-priority) Rules are checked for this Signal, and all remaining Rules (scheduled to apply at later times or if the Signal fails) are removed, too. Signal processing proceeds.
Redirect to Addresses: The Signal is redirected to one or several specified addresses: the current Signal "destination set" is cleared, and the specified addresses form the new "destination set". Each address should be specified as a sip:, sips:, or tel: URI. If several addresses are specified, they should be separated with the comma (,) sign.
Fork to Addresses: Same as Redirect to, but the specified addresses are added to the current "destination set" without clearing it first.
ParlayDirect Parameters/ParlayNotify Parameters: These actions implement the "CallDirection" and "CallNotification" ParlayX Interfaces. The parameters setings specifies the request operation to use, the Parlay "correlator", and the URL to send the request to.