I am trying to get our UC540 to do a DNIS lookup for incoming calls against the directory, I know that DNIS is a feature normally associated with ISDN and that this function can be performed with service dnis-dir lookup command.
This function does not work on calls landing via SIP, on another thread a user mentioned that this was possible by stripping out the strip received-name on receipt of the call. Apparently this name is usually unknown.
I wondered if anyone had dir lookups working for calls coming in via SiP or had any CLI config that showed how to strip the received name from the incoming call.
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