Customer ordered a pstn circuit and ended up with a T1 CAS rather than PRI. So naturally the age old how does caller id work.
My understanding is that you need fgd ports to make this work, but I want to be sure of my ground. the carrier is saying they are delivering the number via mdmf format. Isn't that the old delimiter *ani*dnis* kind of thing? My understanding is that ISR routers don't support this. Is that true?
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Ask explicitely... Different people use different terms.
I have a script for *ani*dnis* plus name association. Some custoemr were happy with it until finally switched to PRI.
thanks for all your help. Not sure how you let folks know except to click correct answer. I liked the old way better. If there is a rating system let em know. Thanks again