For about a week i am facing an issue and cannot solve it, if there is even a solution, all the issues are regarding CallerID
I am using Latest FreePBX Distro with
1 X AEX410
1 X VPMADT032
2 X 1S110MF
2 X 1X100MF
the card is connected to a 2 PSTN Lines, which is our only way for calling the world.
- I enabled the Hardware Echo in dahadi system config file
- I used fxotune to tune the lines, I followed your guide here:
kb.digium.com/articles/Troublesh … ic-fxotune
My problems are only with CallerID
- The Incoming Caller-ID
I just cant display Callerid on any of my SIP Phones.
I am using GrandStream2200. Cisco SPA514, and GrandStream 2100
I allways get "Unkown Caller Displayed"
I am using BEZEQ as our PSTN Provider
Asterisk Logs not showing callerid also
I connected 2 old PSTN Phones directly to the lines and cloud not get callerid displayed also.
I really dont know if its Bezeq(Our Provider) who doesnt not sending the CallerID, or if the Analog phones that i have, are configured to show different CallerID standard then my Country, Do you know the standstand of CallerID In my Country? Or any way to Display.
2)Since i am using 2 Lines for outbound calls, i wanted to display for both of them the same number, I was told by someone that providers in israel will only send the CallerID of the line, even if i changed it in asterisk, can you Confirm that?
Its Major Issue for us, since we only want they customers will get back to our main number
first check the service is enabled (nearly all traditional phone companies charge for CLID as an extra). I tried to find out what standard Israel uses but looked on both BEZEQ and Communications Ministry websites and could not find it in English (unfortunately I don’t understand Hebrew).
If you can get an engineers test set you can listen on the line for it and/or use a local phone with caller display to check it is correct. if you monitor the line and CLID is active you will hear something either before the phone rings or between first and second ring. if it sounds like the same tones you get when dialling this is dtmf caller ID. if you hear a sound like an old analogue modem or fax machine that is FSK caller ID - it could be bellcore (USA) or v23 (ETSI) type.
Many analogue phones sold for Europe with CLID accept FSK ETSI and DTMF CLID whether it is sent before or after ringing. I am not sure whether they do FSK bellcore as well as I haven’t tested it.
Hey, Thank you for the detailed answer.
I think you are correct, I dont get any CLID, and it probebly cost more, i just googled it in hebrew and found there is a fee for it.
Before posting this message I actully Talked to Bezeq and they didnt share this info regarding with caller-id standand they use, quite weird since they are the biggest tele here(abuot 8 bil wirth) the weird thing i could not find any info in hebrew nor english on which standard they use.
They told me they use something of their own, I dont belive it ofcourse.
I wanted to change the CLID of the line because since it use for our buisness I wanted people will see we are calling only for one number, I guess I still have alot to learn, There is somthing called Main Line, and sub lines, i gonna check it with them tomorrow, but if i am using that, it means people will only see the main`s line number correct?
p.s sorry for the poor english, i got to go
I would be very surprised if the Israel Caller ID protocol diverged much from either Bellcore or ETSI standards, although it is possible that there is a local enhancement to make Hebrew characters work, and that the protocol can vary between different telephone companies and regions of the country. In the UK we not only have a fairly unique signalling method (still covered by ETSI standard) for main British Telecom (Openreach) circuits, there are subtle timing differences in it depending on what sort of Telephone Exchange is at the distant end, and there were (and may be still are) other circuits from cable TV companies that used a hybrid of UK and US standards. As most DECT handsets can handle all of them it didn’t pose that many problems to end users.
As for getting the same caller ID from one or more lines, this is called (in Britain at least) a Presentation Number on a hunt group. Main line and sub line (called main and aux here) are as you describe them, however, not all UK Telephone Exchanges will allow the common Presentation Number - the one at my workplace does, but the one where I live is a different kind and might not.
In fact most of our offices have two lines with pres number in a hunt group and a third with a unique number, but I route all inbound calls to the same destinations and clients/staff get used to this, my view is it is better to provide a valid number than WITHHELD / ANONYMOUS CLID.