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CLI display on 6408d+ Phones

CLI display on 6408d+ Phones

CLI display on 6408d+ Phones

(OP)
Hi all,

I need help in displaying the incomming cli on the office phones.  Our provider is sending the cli and it is being picked up by our cms(I have checked using an agent trace report) however if I dial my ddi number from my mobile(which is also sending cli) I just get the trunk group name and tac being displayed on the office phone.

I have pasted a copy of the trunk group setup below.

display trunk-group 1                                           Page   1 of  10
                                TRUNK GROUP

Group Number: 1                    Group Type: isdn          CDR Reports: y
  Group Name: BT INBOUND                    COR: 1        TN: 1        TAC: 501
   Direction: two-way        Outgoing Display? n
 Dial Access? y                Busy Threshold: 99          Night Service:
Queue Length: 0  
Service Type: public-ntwrk          Auth Code? n            TestCall ITC: rest
                         Far End Test Line No:
TestCall BCC: 4
TRUNK PARAMETERS
         Codeset to Send Display: 6     Codeset to Send TCM,Lookahead: 6
        Max Message Size to Send: 260   Charge Advice: none             
  Supplementary Service Protocol: a     Digit Handling (in/out): enbloc/enbloc  

            Trunk Hunt: cyclical              QSIG Value-Added Lucent? n
     Connected to Toll? n      STT Loss: normal       DTT to DCO Loss: normal
Calling Number - Delete:     Insert:                 Numbering Format:
              Bit Rate: 1200         Synchronization: async    Duplex: full
 Disconnect Supervision - In? y  Out? n
 Answer Supervision Timeout: 0  
                                                            
display trunk-group 1                                           Page   2 of  10
TRUNK FEATURES
          ACA Assignment? n            Measured: both      Wideband Support? n
                                                          Maintenance Tests? y
                               Data Restriction? n     NCA-TSC Trunk Member:
                                      Send Name: n      Send Calling Number: y
            Used for DCS? n
   Suppress # Outpulsing? n    Numbering Format: public
 Outgoing Channel ID Encoding: preferred     UUI IE Treatment: service-provider



                                                      Send Connected Number: y


               Send UCID? n
 Send Codeset 6/7 LAI IE? y


as far as I can see everything looks ok.

Thanks in advance


Dave.

RE: CLI display on 6408d+ Phones

hv u configured the isdn-numbering table where u define the trunk gr no and ur extn prefixes like if ur trunk gr no is 10 and ur stations r starting from 2000 to 2999.
so give command : ch isdn num public and fill up the entry and try it out. hope it will solve ur problem.

RE: CLI display on 6408d+ Phones

(OP)
I have just changed the values in the ISDN public/unknown table and still no difference it still just displays the trunk group name on the phone,  I have pasted the form just incase I have made any mistakes on it.

display isdn public-unknown numbering                           Page   1 of   8
                    ISDN NUMBERING - PUBLIC/UNKNOWN FORMAT

Ext   Ext         CPN        Total CPN    Ext   Ext         CPN        Total CPN
Len   Code       Prefix       Length      Len   Code       Prefix       Length

 4    2      0147550            11


RE: CLI display on 6408d+ Phones

Hi,
First check with you provider does he send you ani digits.

RE: CLI display on 6408d+ Phones

You have to put the whole string of extensions in as below.  The code is the area code and the exchange.

PMNY


Command: display isdn public-unknown-numbering                                  
                                                                                
                                                                                
display isdn public-unknown-numbering                    Page   1 of   8   SPE A
                    ISDN NUMBERING - PUBLIC/UNKNOWN FORMAT                      
Ext   Ext         CPN        Total CPN    Ext   Ext         CPN        Total CPN
Len   Code       Prefix       Length      Len   Code       Prefix       Length
 4    0      323565             10
 4    2      323565             10
 4    3      323565             10
 4    4      323565             10
 4    5      323565             10
 4    6      323565             10
 4    7      323565             10
 4    8      323565             10
 4    14     323565             10
 4    16     323565             10
 4    17     323565             10
 4    18     323565             10
 4    19     323565             10

RE: CLI display on 6408d+ Phones

For what it's worth, that table on my switch is completely black and i receive ANI/CLI to my 6416.  Try looking display system-parameters multifrequency-signaling and see if those options help.
Cheers
JDE

RE: CLI display on 6408d+ Phones

(OP)
I have made the recomended changes to the public numbering and it is still not working.

The multifrequency-signaling is new to me so i have pasted it below.

Thanks again


-Dave


display system-parameters multifrequency-signaling              Page   1 of   3
             MULTIFREQUENCY-SIGNALING-RELATED SYSTEM PARAMETERS

          Incoming Call Type: group-ii-mfc    
          Outgoing Call Type: none        
       Maintenance Call Type: none          NEXT ANI DIGIT
         Test Call Extension:                          Incoming: send-ani      
      Interdigit Timer (sec): 10
     Maximum Resend Requests:
   Received Signal Gain (dB): 0  
Transmitted Signal Gain (dB): -3
                       Request Incoming ANI (non-AAR/ARS)? n


    Multifrequency Signaling Incoming Intercept Treatment? n


    Private Group II Permissions and Public Interworking? n



           Outgoing Shuttle Exchange Cycle Timer (sec): 4
                                                            display system-parameters multifrequency-signaling              Page   2 of   3
             MULTIFREQUENCY-SIGNALING-RELATED SYSTEM PARAMETERS

     Request Call Category at Start of Call? n
           Restart ANI from Caller Category? y
              Number of Incoming ANI Digits: 0
              Number of Outgoing ANI Digits: 0
             Truncate Station Number in ANI: no       
Address Digits Include End-of-digits Signal? n
   ANI Source for Forwarded & Covered Calls: caller   

                        INCOMING    OUTGOING
          ANI Available:               
      ANI Not Available:               


display system-parameters multifrequency-signaling              Page   3 of   3
             MULTIFREQUENCY-SIGNALING-RELATED SYSTEM PARAMETERS

INCOMING FORWARD SIGNAL TYPES           INCOMING BACKWARD SIGNAL TYPES
(Tones from CO)                         (Tones to CO)

  Group-I      Group-II     Group-A        Group-B
11: ignored    1: normal    1 : next-digit  1:free          
12: ignored    2: normal    3 : end-of-dial 2:busy          
13: ignored    3: normal    5 : send-ani    4:congestion    
14: ignored    4: normal      :             7:intercept     
15: ignored    5: attendant   :              :
  :            6: data-call   :              :
  :            7: normal      :              :
  :            8: normal      :              :
  :            9: normal      :              :
  :           10: normal      :              :
  :           11: normal      :              :
  :           12: normal      :              :
  :           13: normal      :              :
  :           14: normal      :              :
  :           15: normal      :              :
                                                                                                 

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