[Freeswitch-users] call info display

Anthony Minessale anthony.minessale at gmail.com
Tue Mar 16 10:11:56 PDT 2010

as i said it is phone specific.

The callee id and caleeid number is sent

on polycom and astra via sip UPDATE
on snom and FS->FS via INFO

There is no configuration necessary, its the default behavior.

On Tue, Mar 16, 2010 at 11:23 AM, Ken Gillett <ken at ukgb.net> wrote:

> Thanks, but could I ask for more specifics? Exactly what info is sent and
> is it sent as part of the SIP info, i.e. so any SIP device ought to display
> it correctly? Are there any docs I can read that will explain in detail
> about the information that is sent (i.e. call info, not SIP protocol stuff)
> and how to configureFS to send exactly what is required?
> On 16 Mar 2010, at 15:48, Anthony Minessale wrote:
> > depending on the phone FreeSWITCH will update the display any time a call
> is bridged.
> >
> > it works on polycom,snom and aastra and I am not sure if there are more.
> >
> >
> > On Tue, Mar 16, 2010 at 5:50 AM, Ken Gillett <ken at ukgb.net> wrote:
> >> Sorry to ask what are perhaps very basic questions, but could someone
> please enlighten me on FreeSwitch's capabilities with regard to information
> for display on the recipient's extension.
> >>
> >> When a call is received, the extension really needs to display
> information about the origin and the intended recipient of the call.
> Normally for an incoming external call, the former is supplied by the
> 'incoming CLI' (often linked to locally stored name) and the latter probably
> by associating a name with each incoming line, so in this way the recipient
> can see at a glance who called whom (or what).
> >>
> >> Am I right in thinking that within SIP there is the provision to send
> information about the calling party (origin), so the called party
> (recipient) doesn't have to rely on CLI and matching numbers to locally
> stored directories?
> >>
> >> So, how does FS handle all the above?
> >> What does it pass to the recipient, for both external and internal
> calls?
> >> Is this part of FS configuration? IOW, do you have programmatic access
> to such information and can you specify exactly what is sent to an
> extension?
> >
> Ken G i l l e t t
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