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3640 caller ID

vilaro123
Level 1
Level 1

I have the following setup:

SIP server-->3640-->PABX

The PABX has a Dialogic card D240SC-T1 and the 3640 has a NM-HDV-1T1-24E. I am using E&M wink start. Everything is working fine and I have calls going both ways but I can't get caller ID at the PABX.

I am seeing at the Cisco call history voice:

GwReceivedCallingNumber=441167176

GwReceivedCallingOctet3=0x0

GwReceivedCallingOctet3a=0x80

GwOutpulsedCallingNumber=441167176

GwOutpulsedCallingOctet3=0x0

GwOutpulsedCallingOctet3a=0x80

But at the PABX I have nothing but the CALLED number.

I would appreciate any tip for solving this matter.

Regards

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Chester Rieman
Cisco Employee
Cisco Employee

This is supported on the 5xxx GWs but not on the 3640 at this time. There is an enhancement request open to apply this ability to other GWs, CSCef51564.

Hope this helps.

Hi.

Thanks for your answer.

If I understand it right you mean that when using E&M wink start the caller ID is not being sent to the PABX by the 3640.

Now my question is: What if I use E&M FGD, will this solve my problem? Unfortunately I can't use PRI because the PABX doesn't support it.

Thank in advance.

Unfortunatly not...here is the release note for that enhancement request:

Symptoms:

=========

The "ANI/DNIS Delimiter for CAS Calls on CT1" feature introduced in IOS 12.1(2)T

for the AS5XXX voice gateways is not available on other voice platforms capable

of supporting T1 CAS voice.

Conditions:

===========

This feature is not available on any non-AS5XXX voice gateway which is capable

of T1 CAS voice. The feature was originally written for the AS5XXX voice

platforms and has never been ported to any other voice gateway family.

Workaround:

===========

It will be necessary to us an AS5XXX voice gateway to support this feature if

ANI and DNIS are to be delivered on T1 E&M FGB (wink-start) CAS trunks as a

single DTMF digit sequence where the two fields are delimited by special

characters such as '*'.