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Old 11-17-2013, 12:25 AM
levp levp is offline
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Red face QSIG calls in 96xx call log

Hi everyone,

One of our customers has two AVAYA CM PBXs with an H.323 connecting them.
Whenever an extension on one PBX makes a call to an extension on the other PBX, that call appears in the calling extension's call log as the trunk's name.

Is there way for the system to log these calls "normally" (extension number, name, etc.) ?

Many thanks in advance.
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Old 06-13-2014, 12:28 AM
mohammedh mohammedh is offline
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One thing that need to be verified is the QSIG trunk settings.

'Send Calling Number' on page 3 of 'change trunk-group x' has to be set to y for sending calling party extension/name.
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