[Freeswitch-users] Caller ID Name Display on Phone

Anthony Minessale anthony.minessale at gmail.com
Mon May 3 14:57:08 PDT 2010

the libpri module for openzap may not be getting the info from the correct
you would have to have a look in the code.

On Mon, May 3, 2010 at 4:39 PM, Doug Albrechtsen <douga at cachecomm.com>wrote:

> We are using FS 1.0 (svn 17188) with Libpri/dahdi/openzap on Sangoma T-1
> card.
> When a call comes in on the PRI the Calling Number is shown twice on the
> phone.  Both where the number should be and also in place of the Calling
> Party Name. Call completes and talks just fine.
> A PRI trace on the FS box shows that the name is being received from the
> provider in the facility message.
> Running the "Info" command in the dialplan shows both caller_id_number
> and caller_id_name containing the Callers phone number.
> Should Caller-ID Name and Number be shown by default or is there a
> setting that needs to be made to show the Name on the phone?
> Thanks
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