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How to Give a name / label to FXO ports ?

FXO port 0/0/0, label as “A1”

FXO port 0/0/1, label as “A2”

FXO port 0/0/2, label as “A3”

So when incoming call from FXO port 0/0/0 ringing in IP Phone, in IP Phone displayed “A1”

When incoming call from FXO port 0/0/1 ringing in IP Phone, in IP Phone displayed “A2”

Using Call Manager v.7.0

How to configure this ? (MGCP & H.323)

Please help me.

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Re: How to Give a name / label to FXO ports ?

Use "station-id name".

New Member

Re: How to Give a name / label to FXO ports ?

I have been try it and still not working. Any idea ?

Hall of Fame Super Gold

Re: How to Give a name / label to FXO ports ?

Works with H.323. If you're using MGCP, I have no idea if and how it can be done.

New Member

Re: How to Give a name / label to FXO ports ?

So, from You experience, from Router as VG connect to CUCM using H.323, which a station-id was configured in Router, will be shown on IP Phone display when incoming call ?

Thank's for You support.

Re: How to Give a name / label to FXO ports ?

For MGCP just set the Display (Internal Caller ID) for the Directory Number within CallManager - just the same as any DN used by IP phones etc.

New Member

Re: How to Give a name / label to FXO ports ?

are You sure? I think, it is caller ID of Extension, for extension call to extension. Not for caller ID of FXO.

Hall of Fame Super Gold

Re: How to Give a name / label to FXO ports ?

It should, works with CME for example.

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