So with 3.3 out and all the new functionality, has CallerID Name Incoming via a PRI NI2 or other variant been fixed so it will pass? Or is that still on the "Cisco Fix List" ?
From all previous discussions and my own personal TAC Cases, The Carrier is sending it, but CCM is looking for it in the Display IE when most carriers send it via the facility IE which In most cases, with a debug, I can actually decode the name when it hits my router, Call Manager just doesn't grab it and forward it on to the phones for display.
Dave? Care to Share some light to this from the internal perspective of Cisco?
CCM 3.3(3) has support for 'calling party name' delivery using 'facility IE'. You may still have an issue with PRI backhaul and the supported ISDN types. CCM 3.3(3) upgrade software was available on CCO last week.
I have a qwest pri with dms-100 signaling. Right now the spans are setup as custom (I was told that is NI1, not sure though) Qwest is rebuilding my trunks to change to NI2 I will let you know how it goes
currently qwest dms-100 custom only passes number not the name
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