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Callcentric.com is now offering this:

 

Pass Caller ID in SIP INVITE message

This feature primarily applies to business customers and customers running their own IP PBX system. It will allow you to pass Caller ID as any phone number on your account or any external number that has been verified by Callcentric within the SIP INVITE message of an outbound call.

 

Send the Caller ID number of a DID on your account or an already verified number within the SIP INVITE message of an outbound call. To do so, have your IP PBX attach any of the following headers which are supported by most IP PBX's (check your vendor's documentation for support) to your outbound calls:

P-ASSERTED-IDENTITY

P-PREFERRED-IDENTITY

REMOTE-PARTY-ID

 

For more: http://www.callcentric.com/new/#caller_id_in_invite

 

Now with this new service available what would we do in PBXNSIP to use it?

 

Callcentric says "(check your vendor's documentation for support)"

 

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Callcentric.com is now offering this:

 

Pass Caller ID in SIP INVITE message

This feature primarily applies to business customers and customers running their own IP PBX system. It will allow you to pass Caller ID as any phone number on your account or any external number that has been verified by Callcentric within the SIP INVITE message of an outbound call.

 

Send the Caller ID number of a DID on your account or an already verified number within the SIP INVITE message of an outbound call. To do so, have your IP PBX attach any of the following headers which are supported by most IP PBX's (check your vendor's documentation for support) to your outbound calls:

P-ASSERTED-IDENTITY

P-PREFERRED-IDENTITY

REMOTE-PARTY-ID

 

For more: http://www.callcentric.com/new/#caller_id_in_invite

 

Now with this new service available what would we do in PBXNSIP to use it?

 

Callcentric says "(check your vendor's documentation for support)"

 

We added a new header called "Related-Call-ID" that makes it possible for the service provider to check if the Caller-ID is a valid redirection or the caller tries to spoof a caller-ID. AFAIK CallCentric supports this header. A quick try will show this.

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