I have an AS5350 that receive calls over its Internet side and delivers them to an Adtran Atlas 550 over a PRI in the other. One of the carriers we use when it receives a call without caller ID is sending the CallerIDblocked=true. This is preventing me to add a number as caller ID and because the way we have setup the next device the call fails. Other carriers when they receive this same kind of calls send no caller ID but doesn't send it blocked.
I tried to make this carrier to change the way they send the calls but they did nothing. My question is if there is a way I can make the Cisco to send a fake caller ID every time it receives this CalleerIDblocked=true or for that matter any call without caller ID.
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