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Can I see DID number & CLIP number simultaneously

Can I see DID number & CLIP number simultaneously

Can I see DID number & CLIP number simultaneously

Can I achieve to see on LCD of my PT DID number & CLIP number simultaneously at incoming call over CO ISDN PRI?
I tried to achieve this in the different ways, but nothing has turned out. I see either DID number or CLIP number.
If you have any ideas please write them to my, I’ll be very pleased.

RE: Can I see DID number & CLIP number simultaneously

I also looked for in documentation but haven’t had any results. Displayed or CLIP, or DID, or duration of connection. But recently I found CTI application for PBX KX-TD/KX-TDA, which displays all these (Clip, DID, duration of connection) simultaneously, and also the name of calling subscriber if his Caller ID is registered in PBX. You can find this application here www.blitz-cti.com                                                       

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