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CLID and name

I am having trouble configuring my system to allow CLID and name to show up on calls outbound to METRO numbes in our area. I did a debug isdn q931 but it shows my callgoing out as my 4-digit extension (3319) and not the full 10-digit number that I see when I do a trace in the dialed number analyzer. Any suggestions are welcome. See attachment

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Hall of Fame Super Gold

Re: CLID and name

You need to mention if you're using CME or CM, and if the latter, H.323 or MGCP.

New Member

Re: CLID and name

Sorry about that - we are using CUCM6.1.2.1112-2 with H.323 gateways.

New Member

Re: CLID and name

Hi Paul,

I did find soemthing that may impact my issue. I found that on our primary gateway in CUCM we didn't have the "Display IE Delivery" checkbox under Call Routing Information - Outbound Calls. I have reset it but will have to wait till afterhours to reset the VG.

New Member

Re: CLID and name

Sorry I meant Paolo, not Paul.

Hall of Fame Super Gold

Re: CLID and name

No problem. To send out 10 digits:

voice translation-profile make10

translate calling 10

voice translation-rule 10

rule 1 // /888555/ plan any idsn type any national

voice port 0/y/z:23

translation-profile make10 outgoing

Note this may not work for forwarded depending if you telco accepts any CLID or not.

New Member

Re: CLID and name

Wouldn't this dialpeer do what I want as it fowrds 10 digits? I'll check with our carrier to see if they are allowing it or translating to something else too.

dial-peer voice 5 pots

description ** Local 10 Digit **

destination-pattern 9830.......

port 0/0/0:23

forward-digits 10

Hall of Fame Super Gold

Re: CLID and name

It forwards 10 digits for called number. Your concern is for calling number.

However, for local calls you should use:

destination-pattern 9[2-9][0-9][0-9]....

You might be billed for long distance when dialing local numbers with an area code.

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