[Asterisk-Users] incoming cid translation tables

Jay Milk jay at skimmilk.net
Tue Jun 29 12:49:04 MST 2004

Looks like you and I are doing the same thing.  My plan is to implement
an AGI script (PHP is my weapon of choice) which will "normalize" all
incoming CID information, to prepend 1-393-9(9) to incoming FWD numbers,
1-700 to incoming IAXTel numbers, 01149 to incoming sipgate.de numbers,
etc.  My BV numbers also need the "1" prepended for redial -- Shouldn't
be a big deal, I'll let you know once I have mine done.  If anyone else
has a solution already, I'd love to save myself the work.

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> Subject: [Asterisk-Users] incoming cid translation tables
> How does one do translation for calls that come in from other 
> pbx's where the incoming caller ID is an internal extension 
> number on their pbx?  Eg.  when I get a call from 
> Free-World-Dial the CID shows up as "429102" which is 
> essentially their internal extension number sans any routing 
> prefix.  To dial the number back I need to dial the extension 
> with FWD's routing prefix prepended or 1-393-942-9102.  Is 
> there some simple way to route all the incoming FWD calls to 
> a context that prepends "393-9" to their 6-digit prefixes?  
> (And for extra credit "393-99" to their 5-digit prefixes?)  
> Unless I can fix up their CID, the dialback buttons on the 
> phone (and in voicemail) are useless.
> -wolfgang

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