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Changing CLID when calling International Numbers

Changing CLID when calling International Numbers

Changing CLID when calling International Numbers

(OP)
Hi guys! Can you help me out on this? What shortcode should I use in the Telephone number if I want to publish US Number when calling international only?
For example: Here in the philippines we are using (02) 8540 1455 and we want to publish that number when calling international into US Number?

RE: Changing CLID when calling International Numbers

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RE: Changing CLID when calling International Numbers

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RE: Changing CLID when calling International Numbers

If you're just trying to set the caller ID on a specific route, you add it with the S parameter, eg:



You'll need trunks that support setting caller ID (eg: ISDN or SIP) as you can't do that on analogue lines. Your provider will also need to accept the number that you set.

RE: Changing CLID when calling International Numbers

(OP)
We are using ISDN here in the Philippines.

@Shaun E - is it okay after the .S we will use the international number for US? the .S025401455 is our Pilot Number

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