I have a CME setup in my home and have run into the worst client in my wife. She refuses to dial 9 and wants the system to present all of the features of Vonage including caller ID and broken dialtone or stutter when a VM is left for the line. I have 4 unique FXO lines connected to the CME and require each user handset to send and recieve calls out a specific FXO port. There is (1) 7965 set with all lines on it for testing purposes. When a user in my home siezes thier line and dial they see the number being called and then the trunk ID which presents a problem when trying to use redial. Also the information presneted where caller ID should be is that of the trunk ID. Any help would be greatly appreciated as I would like to keep the CME as my home system. I have attached a copy of the CME configuration for review.
I'm not sure I understand all of your requests however you should be able to use voice translation rules to manipulate the caller id into a format that allows the redial function to work.
You might be able to use dialpeer class of restriction to route each line to a different FXO port.
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Thanks for the reply. I have been reading about this but have not found a COR that fits. Maybe you have an example?
Maybe my restating the issue might help. My wife and kids each have thier own line, I wish to insure they each only pick up the line each is assigned to prevent eavesdropping and other teenage issues. Right now I have defined a personal line / trunk for each. When we dial numbers the phones the display the trunk identifier and not the number being dialed.
I have found some but they all are based upon internal dialtone. I need the PSTN POTS line dialtone so we can hear the stutter associated with the carrier features such as voicemail and call waiting. If I envoke a secondary dialtone I have been able to get COR to work.
I don't know what you have found, but a correct COR configuration for extension-based FXO selection has nothing to do with dialtones, and allows accessing any telco supplementary service.
You can also used the trunk command under ephone-dn, that makes things even easier.