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Avaya SBCE with Avaya CM 8.1 Sesion and System Mgr OB CLID on forwarded calls

Avaya SBCE with Avaya CM 8.1 Sesion and System Mgr OB CLID on forwarded calls

Avaya SBCE with Avaya CM 8.1 Sesion and System Mgr OB CLID on forwarded calls

I have redundant ASBCE's on an 8.1 Avaya infrastructure and I have a Verizon SIP trunk attached. Verizon is seeing an incorrect CLID going out to them from my site on random OB calls, mostly when a phone is forwarded to a cell phone but the originating caller is blocking their CLID. When I trace the calls I see "anonymous" in the SIP trace on the outbound leg of the forwarding. Verizon is telling me that that makes the SBC then insert the incorrect (in this case) CLID. So the call scenario is this:
Caller with blocked CLID calls to my desk phone.
My desk is forwarded out to my cell
I get the call on my cell but the CLID is wrong, I don't see either the callers ID (it's blocked anyway) OR my desk phones CLID, but rather I see this random number.
Verizon is telling me that the SBC is inserting it as a "diversion number" on the OB leg of this call.
I did not think an SBC could digit mod or insert digits on outbound calls.
Please advise if you have any thoughts....
Thx in advance.

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