IMO you have requested the correct circuit features from your provider. It seems your provider has dropped the ball & has not provisioned the circuit correctly as per your request. They are overriding your CLID. What is odd is that your CLID is appearing on the remote end as redirecting number which is not correct. It is should be the calling party field. They seem to be populating the wrong fields with your CLID. If they are assuming the '1234' was the orignal number that was then changed/redirected to '123456' then try using the following command
We are pleased to announce availability of Beta software for 16.6.3.
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looking for early feedback from customers befor...
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