[asterisk-users] callerid between 2 asterisk servers

jwexler at mail.usa.com jwexler at mail.usa.com
Wed Aug 4 07:37:45 CDT 2010

Thanks Oliver.


I tried those approaches but they did not work.


However, I just found a workaround finally. The SIPAddHeader and SIP_HEADER
functions enabled me to get the callerid working.


Thanks again!!



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Subject: Re: [asterisk-users] callerid between 2 asterisk servers


I've got 2 asterisk servers on the same box: ubuntu 10.04 lucid. I have not
been able to send useful callerid info between them (callerid becomes
serverA register statement: (serverB has the exact opposite statement)
register => serverA:serverApassword at IP_of_serverB_nic/serverB
users.conf of serverA:          users.conf of serverB:
[serverB]               [serverA]
type=friend             type=friend
fromuser=serverB            fromuser=serverA
secret=serverBpassword          secret=serverApassword
host=dynamic                host=dynamic
etc.                    etc.
[serverA]               [serverB]
type=user               type=user
secret=serverApassword          secret=serverBpassword
context=serverA_incoming        context=serverB_incoming
host=dynamic                host=dynamic
etc.                    etc.
serverA extensions.conf:
exten => _8X.,n,Dial(SIP/serverB/${EXTEN},20,r)
With this set up, when I dial from an extension such as 6000 on serverA to
an extension such as 8000 on serverB, instead of sending the callerid info
of 6000 it sends "serverB". I cannot seem to find a way around this.
Anyone know of a way to send the 6000 callerid info? Somehow via sending a
user-defined field via the dial statement?
If not via the dial, then a way to transfer via writing to the file system?
Is there a way to use, in extensions.conf, some kind of info transferred
between serverA and serverB such as the tag id so that I can specify a
filename for them to write/read? I cannot seam to find something that each
server sees which I can dynamically read in and use in extensions.conf.
Try uncommenting fromuser on both boxes.
Or did you set callerid in your users.conf when you write "etc."? If so,
also uncomment it.

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