<Redirect> element transfers control of a call to a different URL and expects to receive a new XML document. A list of URLs separated by commas can be passed to permit fallback in case of webserver failure. Any elements after
<Redirect> are ignored.
<Redirect> element doesn't support any attributes.
In this example, we have a
<Redirect> element after a
<Speak> element. When the
<Speak> element finishes, the
<Redirect> element executes.
<Redirect> makes an request to http://www.foo.com/nextInstructions and transfers the call control to the XML received in response to that request.
<Response> <Speak voice="rms">Please wait while your call is being transferred</Speak> <Redirect>http://www.foo.com/nextInstructions</Redirect> </Response>