Nick Lewis Nick.Lewis at atltelecom.com
Thu Dec 10 10:56:43 CST 2009

>I tried to get ZAPTEL caller ID by listning 5038 port and I received
many data from that contains Asterisk CLI messages. So I want to trace a
caller ID from this. 
>I saw there is a two things Srcuniqueid , Destuniqueid,CallerID. but
some times it contains local sip channel number
>to get correct caller id where ever I am if I was a queue or if I am on
ring groups what is the easiest way to get asterisk caller ID by
listning 5038 manager port.
>If any one can provide me a Combiation of thease things it is more than
>Thank you. I am appriciating if any one give idea.   

In the dialplan code in extensions.conf for the queue or ring group you
could add the following command:

exten = s,n,UserEvent(MyCustomEvent,${CALLERID(num)})

You will then see this event on the AMI at port 5038


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