fgd-eana is the only type of T1 CAS signalling that will support any type of ANI (Calling Number) and a lot of times that type of signalling is not available from the TELCO. The best you can do is request and see if the TELCO can either mask all channels to one single billing telephone number when a call is made or force unknown as the caller number on all channels if they can or are willing to do that.
Otherwise a PRI is required to mask caller number.
That is what I see from the Cisco docs that I cannot get Caller ID on any other type that E&M-FGB and eana.
I have this customer configured for fxo-ground-start and Caller ID working for incoming and outgoing. What I need is to modify the caller ID. I want to see if someone who has a T1 CAS has ever been able to play with this and manipulate the caller ID.
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