I recently configured Offramp Gateway to place a call and activate a VXML script when the called party answers. I use the Cisco NetWorks ESMTP server to trigger a call using the following settings:
Each time I leave the mail from settings blank or enter a invalid phonenumber, the call goes out with our main telephonenumber. Totally normal.If I use the phonenumber currently configured, the call goes out as 76572xxxx and is also displayed on the called phone.
Now my question is, is there a way to block the caller id when a person is called using this trigger?
Thanks in advance,
Anyone have an idea?
Sorry if I'm a bit impatient, but I have to configure this before tuesday and I have no idea how to.
I tried with Voice translation rules. Enabling caller id block on ephone-dn and putting the dn from that ephone into the mail from. No result.
We use a .js script that initiates the dialout trigger.
The script does the same thing as below, but in a script format:
I tried the caller-id block code and set it to *10. But it's not allowed to put *10 into the rcpt to: VXML=............... I get a error message.
Is there any way to do this by configuring the router itself, instead of the VXML or .js script?