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Topic # 97555 16-Feb-2012 18:09 Send private message

Caller id doesn't seem to be showing up on my phones plugged into my SPA122.

Is this a known issue?

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  Reply # 582494 16-Feb-2012 18:14 Send private message

Works fine on VFX provisioned device




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  Reply # 582498 16-Feb-2012 18:22 Send private message

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  Reply # 582522 16-Feb-2012 19:18 Send private message

VXF are using a beta firmware. Hence why I asked.




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  Reply # 582524 16-Feb-2012 19:20 Send private message

Shouldn't be, there are different methods for CLID involving the FSK settings and the supplementary services , look at those or ask your guys at 2talk for their setup recommendations, it will be a config issue on the 2102 for sure there are no issues with CLID on the box




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  Reply # 582525 16-Feb-2012 19:21 Send private message

no we are not using beta firmware on those devices, spa112 and 122 yes not the old 2102 or pap2t




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  Reply # 582586 16-Feb-2012 22:02 Send private message

maverick: Shouldn't be, there are different methods for CLID involving the FSK settings and the supplementary services , look at those or ask your guys at 2talk for their setup recommendations, it will be a config issue on the 2102 for sure there are no issues with CLID on the box


maverick: no we are not using beta firmware on those devices, spa112 and 122 yes not the old 2102 or pap2t


Sorry I'm quite confused...

I'm not talking about SPA2102, I am talking about SPA122 per my OP and the topic title.

Per:  https://supportforums.cisco.com/message/3541798#3541798

I see there are .us people ranting about CID as well... though it seemed to be market as an answered thread, but I haven't read it all yet, there seems to be much banter.  I'll keep reading and see if I can find the answer.

I really was just popping a head up to ask if anyone knew of any obvious difference between 2102 and 122 which you had to set that was different to save spending/wasting time looking for an answer.








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  Reply # 582633 17-Feb-2012 05:52 Send private message

argh sorry missed that completely ... my bad

Yes I'm running the Beta and don't have the issue so your problem could be related to that ... sorry cant help.... as the thread says sign up to the beta program and you can get access as well




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