Send the number and name on Caller ID via ISDN Qsig

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Jul 23rd, 2008

Hi, good afternoon!

I need help to set up an ISDN - QSIG

On one side is 5.1 CCM 3725 with a router connected to a PBX Avaya via ISDN Qsig

I need to connect to the environment Cisco Avaya need to know if you can send the number and name on Caller ID

below the current configuration

interface Serial1 / 0:15

No IP address

encapsulation hdlc

logging in the event link-status

isdn switch-type primary-qsig

isdn overlap receiving T302-3000

isdn incoming Voice Voice -

isdn T310 60000

isdn bchan-number-order ascending

isdn sending-complete

No keepalive

No fair-queue

No enable CDP

It is possible, hedge someone tell me?

I have this problem too.
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Ayodeji oladipo... Tue, 07/29/2008 - 08:26


It is possible. These are the features supported with QSIG.

Features Supported

CLIP-Calling Line (Number) Identification Presentation

CLIR-Calling Line (Number) Identification Restriction

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CNIP-Calling Name Identification Presentation

CNIR-Calling Name Identification Restriction

COLP-Connected Line (Number) Identification Presentation

COLR- Connected Line (Number) Identification Restriction

CONP-Connected Name Identification Presentation

CONR- Connected Name Identification Restriction

Sending Alerting Name

CT-Call Transfer (by join)

CFU-Call Forwarding Unconditional (by join)

CFB-Call Forwarding Busy (by join)

CFNR-Call Forwarding No Reply (by join)

CFU-Call Forwarding Unconditional (by Reroute) - see Limitations Section

CFB-Call Forwarding Busy (by Reroute) - see Limitations Section

CFNR-Call Forwarding No Reply (by Reroute) - see Limitations Section

CCBS-Call Completion to Busy Subscriber - see Limitations Section

CCNR-Call Completion No Reply - see Limitations Section

ANF-PR-Additional Network Feature Path Replacement (for Call Transfer by join)

ANF-PR-Additional Network Feature Path Replacement (for Call Diversion by forward switching) - see Limitations Section

ANF-PR-Additional Network Feature Path Replacement (for Trombone connection)

MWI- Message Waiting Indication (lamp ON, lamp OFF)

Have alook at this document ans ee configuration for the callmanager side for QSIG.


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