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Peer to Peer CCIS site grabbing PRI trunk from main site sending wrong caller id for remote site
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Peer to Peer CCIS site grabbing PRI trunk from main site sending wrong caller id for remote site

Peer to Peer CCIS site grabbing PRI trunk from main site sending wrong caller id for remote site

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Peer to Peer CCIS site grabbing PRI trunk from main site sending wrong caller id for remote site
Where do I program the caller id for the remote site to send out the caller id for outbound calls?

http://www.ctvi.com

RE: Peer to Peer CCIS site grabbing PRI trunk from main site sending wrong caller id for remote site

Possibly MB 21-13 on a SV8100/9100 + SL1100/2100
What system is it?

RE: Peer to Peer CCIS site grabbing PRI trunk from main site sending wrong caller id for remote site

On a 8500/9500 use ACPNCL at the main site with the PRI, if you just want to send the main number of the office for the site and all extension start with the same digit it would look like this -

OG RT - XX where XX is your PRI Route
RCPN - Y Where Y is the first digit of your extensions
SKIP - 4 4 if your extension are 4 digits
ADD 10 To send your ten digit number
ACPN 2223334444 - this would be the caller ID sent out.

Otherwise by adding more digits to RCPN you can break it down all the way to the individual extension and not skip any and add 6 and just enter the NPA-NXX for DID numbers.

RE: Peer to Peer CCIS site grabbing PRI trunk from main site sending wrong caller id for remote site

(OP)
Thank you for responding - It is for a IPS2000 to IPS2000.

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RE: Peer to Peer CCIS site grabbing PRI trunk from main site sending wrong caller id for remote site

CMD 5005 + 1213. In 5005 you designate the phone number, in 1213 you point the phone to the table used in 5005.

RE: Peer to Peer CCIS site grabbing PRI trunk from main site sending wrong caller id for remote site

(OP)
That is for a PRI. Is that for peer to peer CCIS too?

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RE: Peer to Peer CCIS site grabbing PRI trunk from main site sending wrong caller id for remote site


• For Calling Party Side Office (Office A)
DESCRIPTION DATA
Assign the calling party number sent to the network.
“*”, “#” are not available for the sending number.
CMD 1212
(1) X-XXXXXXXX: Station No.
(2) X-XXXX: Sending No.


Assign the Local Office Code Table number. •
CMD 1213
(1) X-XXXXXXXX: Station No.
(2) X-XXXXXXXX: Station No.

CMD 5005
00-14: Local Office Code Table
No. 00-14
Assign the Local Office Code sent to the network.
“*”, “#” is not available for the sending
number.
(1) 00-14: Local Office Code Table No. 00-14
(2) X-XXX...: Local Office Code (Maximum 12 digit)


DESCRIPTION DATA
Assign the LCR data for CCIS calls. See “Least Cost Routing-3/6 digit” in the Feature Programming Manual. This feature is available only when the calling party calls to CCIS route by the LCR.
Add the calling party number for ISDN calls via CCIS route.


CMD 8A5000-5255

LCR Pattern No. 000-255
165: Caller ID of outgoing call by CCIS
0: To add
Provide the system with Caller ID Display feature
for CCIS calls.
(1)
(2)
CMD 08>379
0: To provide
Provide each CCH number with Name
Display-CCIS feature.

(1)
(2)
CMD A726
0-7: CCH No. 0-7
0: To provide
Provide the CCH number with Calling Party
Information transferring service.

(1)
(2)
CMD A728
0-7: CCH No. 0-7
0: To provide
All of this is in the CCIS feature programming manual p.126. See attached document


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