[kwlug-disc] Incomplete Call ID with SPA3102 & Asterisk

Chris Irwin chris at chrisirwin.ca
Tue Oct 11 22:51:26 EDT 2011


On Mon, Oct 10, 2011 at 08:12:04AM -0400, L.D. Paniak wrote:
> First off, if you take the VoIP system out of the loop and answer the
> line with a real phone, does CID come through?

Yes.

> Make sure you have the latest firmware.  These boxes have many
> "features" which get fixed in time.

I didn't. The device shipped with (iirc) 3.3.6, and the cisco website
had 5.1.10. I have updated the device, though the behaviour persists.

> I guess you have turned on the relevant options in "PSTN Line" eg. "PSTN
> CID For VoIP CID"

Yes, that is enabled.

> If you add a few digits to PSTN CID Number Prefix, do they get passed
> through to the asterisk box?

Yes, actually. I added a '1', and the CID number comes across properly
now, and the 1 acts is displayed like a country code. I don't know how
international calls would look, but I have never had one before anyway.

For callers without a name (eg. my cell phone only displays a number),
the name "Display Name" on the 3102 is provided. I worked around that by
setting the display name to "Unknown".

I had some weird ring issues (full ring, ½ then ¼ ring, a blip and a
full ring, etc). After setting the answer delay back to 3, it seems to
have gone away. Not sure what that was.

Thanks!

Now to figure out how to disable local voicemail storage, and fix my
dial plan :)
 
-- 
Chris Irwin
e:  chris at chrisirwin.ca
w: http://chrisirwin.ca
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