If phone A calls phone B, and phone B is call forwarding all to a cell phone, phone A's display will show the forwarded cell number. Is there a way to block this from being displayed on the callers phone?
This parameter determines whether phones always display the number that the caller originally dialed (which may not match the final connected number). If Cisco CallManager routes the call from the originally dialed number to the connected number using a call forwarding directive, a translation pattern, route pattern, a redirection by a CTI application, or other means, this parameter determines whether the connected number or the originally dialed number is exposed. Note that when the Conference List feature is invoked, the connected number always displays regardless of the setting in this parameter. Valid values specify True (display the originally dialed number) or False (display the connected number).
Changing that parameter will definitely work but may cause some problems if users are used to seeing numbers get updated as they are globalized, etc. Depending on what protocol you are using on the gateway, you can block the connected number from there instead as another option that doesn't change cluster-wide behavior.
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