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HOW DO I SEND CLID ON MY ISDN-PRI by PERRYPJ
Posted: 1 Jan 04

Set up your CLID tables in LD 15

CHG
NET
...
CLID? YES
...

Here's an example of part of my CLID table. I have multiple entries for various reasons (see below entries):

LD 15
REQ: prt
TYPE: clid
CUST 0
SIZE 256
RNGE 0 11

INTL

ENTRY 0
HNTN 913
ESA_HLCL
ESA_INHN NO
ESA_APDN YES
HLCL 5557333
DIDN NO
HLOC
LSC
CLASS_FMT DN

ENTRY 1
HNTN 913
ESA_HLCL 555
ESA_INHN YES
ESA_APDN YES
HLCL 5553911
DIDN NO
HLOC
LSC
CLASS_FMT DN

ENTRY 2
HNTN 913
ESA_HLCL 5553911
ESA_INHN YES
ESA_APDN NO
HLCL 5553911
DIDN NO
HLOC
LSC
CLASS_FMT DN

ENTRY 10
HNTN 913
ESA_HLCL 555
ESA_INHN YES
ESA_APDN YES
HLCL
DIDN NO
HLOC
LSC
CLASS_FMT DN

ENTRY 11
HNTN 913
ESA_HLCL 555
ESA_INHN YES
ESA_APDN YES
HLCL 555
DIDN YES
HLOC
LSC
CLASS_FMT DN

Which table is used by a DN is set by the number at the end of the key definition. By default it is 0.
Some of my table entries include:
0 - Default CLID table - send out customer service center phone number, both CLID and ESA (i.e., 911 calls); My goal is to not have any entries using the default table
1 - Send administrative switchboard number as CLID for DID numbers, but send DID number for ESA; used for execs that don't want number sent
2 - Non-DID numbers - send switchboard number for everything
10 - DID numbers - send Customer service center number (default number ANAT/ANLD), but send DID number for ESA
11 - DID numbers - send DID for both CLID and ESA



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