[asterisk-users] PJSip CallerID Question
brent at texascountrytitle.com
Tue Apr 10 10:07:27 CDT 2018
On 4/7/2018 5:50 AM, Daniel Tryba wrote:
> On Fri, Apr 06, 2018 at 02:27:31PM -0500, Brent Davidson wrote:
>> I have multiple Asterisk instances set up in different locations and would
>> like to modify the callerID of inbound calls to identify which instance the
>> call is coming from. I knew how to do that with the old sip format, but
>> can't seem to figure it out with PJSip.
> So how did you do that?
<embarrassed> Uhh, I actually don't remember, and I didn't save any of
the old config when I upgraded the servers. Yeah, I know. </embarrassed>
>> Currently Location A, extension 10 calls Location B, extension 20. CallerID
>> on Extension 20 displays "10" for the callerID.
>> The Desired configuration is for Extension 20 to show "Locati0n B - 10" on
>> the caller ID. I don't want to modify the caller ID for each individual
>> extension as I want the intra-location caller IDs to show just the extension
>> number. (e.g. LocA/Ext. 10 calls LocA/Ext11 - LocA/Ext11's CallerID
>> displays "10", but LocA/Ext10 calling LocB/Ext20 displays "Location A - 10"
>> for caller ID.
> You examples contradict.
Yeah, that was a type. Should read:
The Desired configuration is for Extension 20 to show "Location A - 10" on
the caller ID. I don't want to modify the caller ID for each individual
extension as I want the intra-location caller IDs to show just the extension
number. (e.g. LocA/Ext. 10 calls LocA/Ext11 - LocA/Ext11's CallerID
displays "10", but LocA/Ext10 calling LocB/Ext20 displays "Location A - 10"
for caller ID.
>> Rather than routing these to the "internal" context, should I create another
>> context and somehow parse/manipulate the caller ID in there then route to
>> "internal" ?
> TIMTOWTDI, but I'd choose to set the CALLERID(name) on the sending side
> dialplan (where it routes calls to external extensions).
Ah. That's probably how I did it before. Not sure why I didn't copy
that section of the dialplan over during the upgrade. Probably because
I wanted to get incoming calls working at all locations first, then
tackle office to office later.
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