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fxo port, caller id,name option.

Hi everybody.

Please consider the following scenario:

analogphone1--------- voice port0/0/0---Voice gateway.-voiceport 0/0/1--------analogphone2

Router#voice-port 0/0/0

Router(config-voiceport)#caller-id enable

Router(config-voiceport)#station-id number 6001

Router(config-voiceport)#station-id name sarah

Router(config-voiceport)#

Router(config)#dial-peer voice 6001 pots

Router(config-dial-peer)#destination-pattern 6001

Router(config-dial-peer)#port 0/0/0

Let say analogphone2 dials 6001,  will caller id information such as name: sarah, number: 6001   wil be displayed on analogphone2 because this is the caller id information configured under voice port 0/0/0 ?

How about If I replace the command station-id number 6001  by station-id number 2222 under voice port 0/0/0,? does it mean caller id info will be displayed as name sarah, number 2222 on analogphone2 when analog2 dials  analogphone1 at 6001 ?

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fxo port, caller id,name option.

Let say analogphone2 dials 6001,  will caller id information such as name: sarah, number: 6001   wil be displayed on analogphone2 because this is the caller id information configured under voice port 0/0/0

Correct

How about If I replace the command station-id number 6001  by station-id number 2222 under voice port 0/0/0,? does it mean caller id info will be displayed as name sarah, number 2222 on analogphone2 when analog2 dials  analogphone1 at 6001 ?

Yes, it will display Sarah and 2222 as that is the caller ID defined on the voice-port, you will still reach it by dialing 6001 as that is what the dial-peer points to.

HTH,

Chris

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fxo port, caller id,name option.

Let say analogphone2 dials 6001,  will caller id information such as name: sarah, number: 6001   wil be displayed on analogphone2 because this is the caller id information configured under voice port 0/0/0

Correct

How about If I replace the command station-id number 6001  by station-id number 2222 under voice port 0/0/0,? does it mean caller id info will be displayed as name sarah, number 2222 on analogphone2 when analog2 dials  analogphone1 at 6001 ?

Yes, it will display Sarah and 2222 as that is the caller ID defined on the voice-port, you will still reach it by dialing 6001 as that is what the dial-peer points to.

HTH,

Chris

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fxo port, caller id,name option.

Thanks Chris

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fxo port, caller id,name option.

Sarah,

These commands are explained below:

  • [no] caller-id enable—Enables and disables Caller ID. Default is Caller ID disabled. This enables or disables the transmission of Caller ID on an FXS port and enables or disables reception of Caller ID on an FXO port.


  • [no] station-id numberstring —Provides a station number to use as the calling number associated with the voice port. The string parameter is optional and, if provided, is passed as the calling number when a call originates from this voice port. If this parameter is not specified, the calling number attained from a reverse-dial-peer search is used. If no Caller ID is received on an FXO voice port, this parameter is used as the calling number. The maximum number of characters that can be used for the string parameter is 15 characters.


  • [no] station-id namestring —Provides a station name associated with the voice port. The string parameter is passed as the calling name to the remote end when a call originates from this voice port. If no Caller ID is received on an FXO voice port, this parameter is used as the calling name. The maximum number of characters that can be used for the string parameter is 15 characters.


  • [no] caller-id block—Blocks or unblocks Caller ID. The default is Caller ID unblocked. This command blocks or unblocks the Caller ID of all calls that originate from this port. This command is available only on FXS voice ports.


  • [no] ring number string —This command sets the maximum number of rings to be detected before a call is answered over an FXO voice port. The ring number command is how Cisco receives the Caller ID information after two rings. For more information, refer the ring number section of Cisco IOS Voice Command Reference.


  • You can read more from this doc


  • http://www.cisco.com/en/US/tech/tk652/tk653/technologies_configuration_example09186a00800a9a49.shtml


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fxo port, caller id,name option.

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