I wonder if it’s possible to show the source E164 alias as the calling no on an ISDN endpoint with traffic going through the ISDN gw? And, the other way around, is it possible to show the source ISDN no as the calling no on a H323 endpoint, going through the ISDN gw?
In order for this to work the ISDN gw would have to be able to keep the source address when translating from one protocol to the other and send this as the source no instead of its own.
I’ve read the “getting started guide” but found nothing about this subject.
HI Isabel. If I understand your inquiry correctly here, on an IP to ISDN call, you want to show the E164 alias of the IP system on the ISDN System?
If you have "Send Calling Party Number To ISDN Network" set to Numeric Only, then the GW will send the calling party number to the network as your E164 alias on the system. The H323 system must have an alias assigned to it for the H323 side to work, but..the kicker here is, if the ISDN carrier removes or doesn't send this to the far end ISDN system, then it won't be displayed as such. You have to be sure your ISDN carrier will pick up the calling party number and send that along to the far end sytem your connecting to on the ISDN network.
For the opposite direction, the carrier may or may not send the calling party number to the GW, and thus the call will show up as originating from the ISDN GW on the H323 leg of the call, and not the actual number from the ISDN side.
But first, I'd double check your setting to see if you are sending the calling party number to the ISDN network, and hopefully the carrier is picking this up to send to the ISDN system as well.
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