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Stripping sip-received name from incoming calls

Good evening,

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.

Cheers

Steve

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Stripping sip-received name from incoming calls

Try to use "clid strip name" in incoming dial-peer config.

clid (dial-peer)

To control the presentation and use of calling-line ID (CLID) information, use the clid command in dial-peer configuration mode. To remove CLID controls, use the no form of this command.

clid {network-number number [second-number strip] | network-provided | overrider dnis restrict | strip [name | pi-restrict [all]] | substitute name}

no clid {network-number number [second-number strip] | network-provided | overrider dnis restrict | strip [name | pi-restrict [all]] | substitute name}

Syntax Description


network-number number

(Optional) Network number. Establishes the calling-party network number in the CLID for this router.

second-number strip

(Optional) Removes a previously configured second network number from the CLID.

network-provided

(Optional) Allows you to set the screening indicator to reflect the number that was provided by the network.

override rdnis

(Optional; supported for POTS dial peers only) Overrides the CLID with  the redirected dialed number identification service (RDNIS) if  available.

pi-restrict

(Optional) Restricted progress indicator (PI). Causes removal of the  calling-party number from the CLID when the PI is restricted.

restrict

(Optional) Restricts presentation of the caller ID in the CLID.

strip

(Optional) Strips the calling-party number from the CLID.

name—(Optional) Calling-party name. Causes removal of the calling-party name from the CLID.

pi-restrict [all]—(Optional) Restricted PI. Causes removal of all calling-party names and numbers from the CLID when the PI is restricted.

substitute name

(Optional) Copies the calling number into the display name if PI allows it (and the calling name is empty).

Regards.

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Stripping sip-received name from incoming calls

Try to use "clid strip name" in incoming dial-peer config.

clid (dial-peer)

To control the presentation and use of calling-line ID (CLID) information, use the clid command in dial-peer configuration mode. To remove CLID controls, use the no form of this command.

clid {network-number number [second-number strip] | network-provided | overrider dnis restrict | strip [name | pi-restrict [all]] | substitute name}

no clid {network-number number [second-number strip] | network-provided | overrider dnis restrict | strip [name | pi-restrict [all]] | substitute name}

Syntax Description


network-number number

(Optional) Network number. Establishes the calling-party network number in the CLID for this router.

second-number strip

(Optional) Removes a previously configured second network number from the CLID.

network-provided

(Optional) Allows you to set the screening indicator to reflect the number that was provided by the network.

override rdnis

(Optional; supported for POTS dial peers only) Overrides the CLID with  the redirected dialed number identification service (RDNIS) if  available.

pi-restrict

(Optional) Restricted progress indicator (PI). Causes removal of the  calling-party number from the CLID when the PI is restricted.

restrict

(Optional) Restricts presentation of the caller ID in the CLID.

strip

(Optional) Strips the calling-party number from the CLID.

name—(Optional) Calling-party name. Causes removal of the calling-party name from the CLID.

pi-restrict [all]—(Optional) Restricted PI. Causes removal of all calling-party names and numbers from the CLID when the PI is restricted.

substitute name

(Optional) Copies the calling number into the display name if PI allows it (and the calling name is empty).

Regards.

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