Is there anyway to set the SIP Display Name on an MCU (8510), either on the MCU, via CPL on the VCS, or some other method? Currently is identifies itself as "Codian MSE 8510". It use to display the SIP username that was set in the SIP settings if I recall correctly, but that was some time ago, I could be mistaken.
MCU is running 4.4, most recent build. Currently the "Use conference name as caller ID" is disabled. I thought the MCU would use the SIP setting "username" as the caller id. We have FindMe, so I'll give that a try and see what happens.
SIP outbound call, I've noticed the display name is "Codian MSE 8510" no matter how the call is made. C-Series, E20, EX Series all display the same thing. Protocol is SIP all the way through.
The display portion shows the same, and call back shows the number of the conference. I can try and go back to MCU 4.2 to see if this changes from 4.2 to 4.3 if you wish, or try different versions of MCU 4.3 previous the last one in this chain if you wish, but what actual problem is it causing? Folks don't like see that name? Is it a call back issue if you disconnect suddenly, and want to dial back in? Maybe I'm not grasping the actual problem here.
Call back for fine for end users. Confusing at times when you see that name appear on the endpoint and you don't know who calling because it's the generic display name. I thought the display name actually followed the sip username at one point, but that could be my mind making that up, I can't remember.
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