Currently (as of release 1.9), CCA does not create and apply the specific configurations required to enable Calling Line ID for UC500s installed in the UK.
To enable this functionality, add the following configuration using the command line interface.
Firstly, access the command prompt using either the console cable or telnet access to the UC500 and access the enable prompt by typing enable.
Enter configuration mode by typing config terminal.
Access the interface that you wish to configure. Integrated ports are voice-port 0/1/0 through voice-port 0/1/3. If you are using an optional VIC card, these will be voice-port 0/2/0 through voice-port 0/2/3. Then add the following configuration.
In this example, we will configure the first integrated FXO port. Repeat the configuration as required for other ports that are being used.
The command highlighted above specifically enables support of Call Line ID as used on the BT network and will not be visible until cptone GB is configured for that port. The other commands are also required to enable the FXO ports for use in the UK.
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