CME 4.2 external caller Id for non-DID related internal extensions
I have CME 4.2 on a 2851 with a PRI to local carrier. Have a limited amount of DID's on the PRI, so only about half of the dn's are associated to a DID. For those that are not, the caller ID passed to the carrier is that of the internal extension and the local user name for that DN, which is not acceptable since some of those numbers are that same as private sector phone numbers. Is there a way to mask a group of related DN caller Id from calls on internal numbers, so that when they go across the PRI, they get changed to a common name/number, but retain thier normal internal/name when making in house calls?
Re: CME 4.2 external caller Id for non-DID related internal exte
Yes, right now the calelr ID shows the local user name as well, mgmt wants it to be that of the company. I may just say to heck with it, and since the site has a wan connection to my core where I have CM, take them off of CME and migrate to CM and make that router a gateway with the PRI an endpoint.
If not too much trouble, can you show me the config needed for the name conversion so I know what kind of added work I am looking at?
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