Hello if this FXO port, can you try connect any analog phone and see if the caller-id is displaying on it. Following is good tips from cisco
If you have caller-ID display problems on FXO ports, the following tips may be helpful:
â¢Disconnect the router from the phone line and attach a caller-ID equipped telephone to verify that the CO is sending caller-ID information:
-Listen and watch to see when the caller-ID information is displayed: before the first ring, after the first ring, or after the second ring?
-Make sure that the router configuration matches the timing of the display. If the phone is answered during the first ring, does this cause the phone not to display the caller-ID information? If so, the CO may be sending the caller-ID information after the first ring, requiring a change to a caller-ID alerting setting. Make sure the router is not configured to answer the call on the FXO before the Caller ID-information is received. If needed, increase the number of rings required before answering.
â¢Use the show call history command to check the information received by the caller ID receiver.
The following debug commands may be useful for analyzing problems:
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