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30th March 2005 at 17:20 #29261William UyGuest
I have a DX2060. My interconnect with d telco is on E1. The Telco wants me to ‘PASS’ to them specific ANI (caller ID) per channel (total of 60).
ANYBODY OUT THERE WHO KNOWS IF THIS IS POSSIBLE? if yes, HOW?
Thank you.31st March 2005 at 16:35 #29262MikeMGuest
Unless something has changed in the past 6 months, I do not believe that you can do this on a per channel basis. You can set the ANI for the entire E1 to 1 number, but not each channel.
Mike27th April 2005 at 16:51 #29263SanGuest
Can you pleas tell me which command to use on the Tenor to set the ANI on the whole E1 (if using ISDN signalling)
Ansari27th April 2005 at 17:59 #29264MikeMGuest
If you go to the associated routing group, like TCRG-1, you can set the default ani to the number you would like to send out. Please review the DX CLI Help file for more information on this.28th April 2005 at 13:42 #29265SanGuest
The problem is we’re using an older, 1st Gen D3000, and it doesn’t seem to have any default ANI setting for Euro ISDN. It has default ANI for R2, for CAS, but not for ISDN !!!
Did you have any success with such a situation ?
San23rd January 2007 at 15:54 #29266JamesGuest
Hi William Uy
Can you contact me on how to do what you have posted please. I think I might have a solution for you if you are using a CMS unit.24th January 2007 at 02:54 #29267MikeM to SanGuest
Unfortunately in the Gen 1 Digital it is not available. If you want to block the caller id all together, you can try using the trunkiddelivery setup in the pstntg. The thought here is that if the origination device is not a quintum, it will not be sending a trunk id, and if set on your quintum to send the trunk id out as ani, since there is no trunk id, none will be sent out.
firstname.lastname@example.org March 2007 at 14:40 #29268arshadGuest
please help me out. i want to disable caller id for my atx 2400 gateway what are the commands and how can i do it please to let me know11th March 2007 at 15:49 #29269MikeM to arshadGuest
It cannot be done from the quintum (or any equipm) config. Call id on anlg is don by the phone company.
email@example.com March 2007 at 15:20 #29270RustyGuest
I want to relay callerid on quintum dx2030, such that it is displayed on the receipients phone.
Thx as always16th March 2007 at 18:11 #29271MikeM to RustyGuest
Well if you have relayani enabled on the isdn signaling side and the trunkgroup side, it will send the ani that is received from IP.
firstname.lastname@example.org December 2009 at 08:43 #29272khanGuest
mike any is any device in market can we block caller id27th December 2009 at 14:46 #29273MikeM to khanGuest
if you are using ISDN, then most any device will be able to block the caller id out to the connection. There is no guarantee that your telco will accept this.