Question: Can I retrieve the original address when I have a series of CTI ports chained together for call forwarding?
CTI x (Line 1 - "111")
Forward Unregistered Internal set to "222"
CTI y (Line 1 - "222")
Forward Unregistered Internal set to "333"
CTI z (Line 1 - "333")
CTI x and CTI y are unregistered. CTI z is registered. User dials "111". CTI x forwards call to CTI y which forwards to CTI z. CTI z processes the call. Is there a way to retrieve the original address ("111") here?
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