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Riddick

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Hi. I've installed TDM410 wildcard with 4 FXO ports and able to make in/out calls. 1st port is connected to a GSM-gateway Optixtream with a cell operator's sim-card. During incoming call the field "from" (callerid) is blank. What's wrong?

I've read huge count of forums trying to solve this issue. A lot of people are with the same problem in Asterisk and Digium wildcard, most of them in the UK. Digium says the wildcard's config is zapata.conf but it's missing in KO. There is chan_dahdi.conf instead and that's what's there:

[channels]

signalling=fxs_ks
context=i-MTC1
overlapdial=no
language=ru_RU_cust19
usecallerid=yes
busydetect=yes
busycount=2
channel => 1

Digium also says there should be a line "callerid => asreceived" but if i add it there nothing happens and it's gone every time i edit my FXO interface.

Is there anyone who has this card working in KO properly?
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Vladimir Toncar (Kerio)

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The caller ID is usually sent between the first and the second ring. Do you accept the call after the second ring?

Vladimir
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Riddick

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Actualy i hear my greeting message after the third ring.
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Vladimir Toncar (Kerio)

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Can you download the support information file from your Operator's System Health screen and send it to me at vtoncar at kerio dot com?

Vladimir

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