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Still no Caller ID Name with CCM 3.3.3 SR2

Im trying to get Caller ID name with CCM 3.3.3 Sr2. I have checked "Send Calling Name In Facility IE"

Is there any way to debug this to see if my telco if sending it.

I have looked at a few lines from my traces

SETUP pd = 8 callref = 0x004B

Bearer Capability i = 0x8090A2

Channel ID i = 0xA98397

Calling Party Number i = '!', 0x83, '(MyCel Number)'

Called Party Number i = 0x80, '093'

10/26/2003 14:22:42.050 CCM|E0063S: Size constraint violated, length of value = 0; check field 'namePresentationAllowedSimple' (type: NameData) of field 'namePresentationAllowed' (type: NamePresentationAllowed) of field 'name' (type: Name) of field 'argument' (type: NameArgument) of field 'callingNameInvoke' (type: CallingNameInvoke) of PDU #1 'CallingNameRose'.

10/26/2003 14:22:42.066 CCM|StationD: 000000011 StationOutputDisplayText don't need to send, because mIsALegacyDevice = 0|<CLID::CSPCO><NID::xxx.xxx.xxx..35><CT::2,100,47,1.463><IP::xxx.xxx.xxx.24><DEV::>

10/26/2003 14:22:42.066 CCM|StationD: 000000011 CallState callState=4 lineInstance=1 callReference=33555197|<CLID::CSPCO><NID::xxx.xxx.xx.xx><CT::2,100,47,1.463><IP::xxx.xxx.xxx.24><DEV::>

10/26/2003 14:22:42.066 CCM|StationD: 000000011 CallInfo callingPartyName='' callingParty=(my Cel#) cgpnVoiceMailbox= calledPartyName='Jeff Garner' calledParty=8093 cdpnVoiceMailbox= originalCalledPartyName='Jeff Garner' originalCalledParty=8093 originalCdpnVoiceMailbox= originalCdpnRedirectReason=0 lastRedirectingPartyName='Jeff Garner' lastRedirectingParty=8093 lastRedirectingVoiceMailbox= lastRedirectingReason=0 callType=1(InBound) lineInstance=1 callReference=33555197. version: 0x80000004|<CLID::CSPCO><NID::xxx.xxx.xxx..35><CT::2,100,47,1.463><IP::xxx.xxx.xxx..24><DEV::>

10/26/2003 14:22:42.066 CCM|StationD::star_StationOutputCallInfo(): callInfo: CI=33555197, CallingPartyName=, CallingParty==(my Cel#), CalledPartyName=Jeff Garner, CalledParty=8093, OriginalCalledPartyName=Jeff Garner, OriginalCalledParty=8093, lastRedirectingPartyName=, lastRedirectingParty=|<CLID::CSPCO><NID::xxx.xxx.xxx..35><CT::2,100,47,1.463><IP::xxx.xxx.xxx..24><DEV::>

This is a VG200 with MGCP and a PRI line. The wierd thing is. I update the CCM page and reset the gw, but it doesnt seem to reset from an IOS level.

On a show ccm it shows downloading the config.. The Download Successful and Config Successful update but the Last config-downloaded: is 3w4d

Current version-id: {3743C0DE-6190-44BC-8F61-8BA8B7023DA1}

Last config-downloaded:3w4d

Current state: Waiting for commands

Configuration Download statistics:

Download Attempted : 24

Download Successful : 24

Download Failed : 0

Configuration Attempted : 19

Configuration Successful : 19

Configuration Failed(Parsing): 0

My IOS ver on the VG200 is 12.2(13)T1

Any suggestions?

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Cisco Employee

Re: Still no Caller ID Name with CCM 3.3.3 SR2

If Telco is sending Calling Name in Facility IE, you will see a message like 'Facility i = 0x.....' in the isdn setup message.

New Member

Re: Still no Caller ID Name with CCM 3.3.3 SR2

Yah i was starting to go through the ISDN messages with a hex editor... Where would caller ID be if they are NOT seinding it in Facility IE.

Would it be in the Ie - Q931CallingPartyIe -- IEData

Or at least in the IsdnMsgData1

I decoded these and see the following text in the ISDNMSgData: ..._...........l.!.719xxxxxxp..000

xxxxs are my cel phone number

Bronze

Re: Still no Caller ID Name with CCM 3.3.3 SR2

It is typically sent in a Display IE in the setup message, or in a Facility IE that could be in a seperate notify message.

From what I see in your debug output, it doesnt look like calling name is being sent by telco.

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