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Hi,

 

I am quite new to the PBXnsip and i have the following problem. When i make outbound call to cellphones i get different number presentations on some phones. I get two zeros in front of the number no countrycode just two zeros to much, ex the number should be 035178845 but on some phones it shows 00035178845. every user in the pbxnsip system has its own trunk. So i should be able to manipulate it. The PBXnsip is connected to a OCS 2007 R2 system. Everything else works fine just the numberpresentation is a problem.

 

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Jesper

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Hi,

 

I am quite new to the PBXnsip and i have the following problem. When i make outbound call to cellphones i get different number presentations on some phones. I get two zeros in front of the number no countrycode just two zeros to much, ex the number should be 035178845 but on some phones it shows 00035178845. every user in the pbxnsip system has its own trunk. So i should be able to manipulate it. The PBXnsip is connected to a OCS 2007 R2 system. Everything else works fine just the numberpresentation is a problem.

 

Best regards

Jesper

 

You should be able to control the caller id using, the trunk ANI and/or the "Remote Party/Privacy..." field. Also, the "Domain->Settings: Country Code" and "Rewrite global numbers" under trunk page infulence the way the numbers are formatted.

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You should be able to control the caller id using, the trunk ANI and/or the "Remote Party/Privacy..." field. Also, the "Domain->Settings: Country Code" and "Rewrite global numbers" under trunk page infulence the way the numbers are formatted.

Thanks for the answer the following fixed the problem. I changed so i have the "country code" and "area code" fields empty, then i use the E.164 option under "Rewrite global numbers". Now the numbers are correct when i call.

 

Best regards

Jesper

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