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3CX - PSTN Gateway

Discussion in '3CX Phone System - General' started by cpjvej2015, Jun 27, 2015.

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  1. cpjvej2015

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    Hi all,

    I have set up 3CX with a PSTN gateway, its an unsupported one but it works. Its A Solwise Pheenet FXO Gateway.

    I have it all working, calls incoming and outgoing working great on all phones which are a mixture of Cisco and Snom 300's.

    My problem is thus: incoming calls; (from landline to gateway to pbx) all come in as "from 90001". The PSTN gateway is setup in 3CX and the 90001 is the login (Virtual Extension) for the gateway (registered). So all calls come from that number. No where on the Solwise Web Interface can I see any option that enables Caller ID.

    is there a way I can get the CallerID to display rather than the 90001 Virtual Extension number ?

    Its the same in the 3CX logs also - example:

    27-Jun-2015 20:48:16.255 [CM503007]: Call(C:49): Line:90001>>88888888 has joined, contact <sip:90001@192.168.1.10:5060>

    192.168.1.10 being the FXO gateway.

    Thanks in advance

    Kind Regards

    Chris
     
  2. leejor

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    If you can't find any Caller ID options on the gateway, and I assume that you've done some searching on the web, then it is possible that caller ID is not supported. I've seen gateways, in the past, where that was the case. Either do some more searching to confirm, or hope that another forum member is familiar with that particular gateway.
     
  3. cpjvej2015

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    Thanks,

    I'd suspected it wouldn't be compatible...

    But someone MAY have come across these gateways... no biggie, rubbish gateway will get a supported one soon.

    Much Appreciated.
     
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