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Wrong caller ID on FXS port

Wrong caller ID on FXS port

Wrong caller ID on FXS port


I am suffering a problem with the caller ID on a FXS card ports, this is when there is an incoming call the calling A number does not show all digits, for example if you are calling from a Spanish number like this 34xxxxxxxx, you can see as caller ID the number 4xxxxxxxxx without the number 3, the same happens with other numbers tested like from the Netherlands 31xxxxxxxxxx, the number showed is 1xxxxxxxxxx; I performed the debug for the SIP messsages and there is the whole number, the correct one. I have already tested with different analog phones plugged to the FXS port to discard any limitation in the physical phone itself.

Any ideas?

RE: Wrong caller ID on FXS port

Do you have a discard digit value set anywhere in Call Manager?

RE: Wrong caller ID on FXS port

Are there translations in play on the dial-peers?

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