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Ad_Hominem
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« Reply #40 on: September 18, 2014, 12:46:52 pm »

You're very welcome!

Please let me know if you have any issues or suggestions!
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David_s5
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« Reply #41 on: September 18, 2014, 01:08:15 pm »

Is there anyway you use OBiTALK Service or add what would be SP3 to facilitate google voice on the same device supporting a FXS and FXO? I read one there on the web, but it has an "out of band" way of fetching the the caller ID and routing.

Do you know if a feature request to do such a thing has been discussed?
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Ad_Hominem
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« Reply #42 on: September 18, 2014, 01:12:55 pm »

There definitely is a way to use the Obi to facilitate Google Voice, and there was a posting by Michigan Telephone Blog several years ago about a way to facilitate it while getting all the other benefits of FXO and FXS.  It, like Google Voice, was kludgy and had some issues.

However, Michigan took his blog down a few years ago because he was frustrated with how people on the internet were treating him..

I strongly recommend that you NOT use Google Voice.  There are lots of providers out there that have very reliable service for almost zero cost, including Callcentric, Flowroute, Vitelity, and voip.ms...
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psyafter
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« Reply #43 on: March 21, 2018, 11:16:40 pm »

Thank you for manual.
I connected obi pstn line to asterisk so I can dial and get calls on my ip phone.

There is a way to transfer current call from ip phone back to "phone" jack on obi110?
I have attached wireless phone to obi so sometimes I need transfer call to analog phone and continue talk on it.

I already use both SP services so can't add phone as extension.
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MrMoxy
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« Reply #44 on: October 02, 2018, 03:00:42 pm »

No one has any caller ID suggestions?  OBI support referred me to the forums on this problem.  Their words, "Please post your question in our forum.  Other members who has done this can help you in there."

GreenHornet, did you ever get this to work? I've spent about 12 hours trying different settings on the OBi110 and I cannot get it to pass the caller ID. It rewrites caller ID as trunk name.

I am using OBi110 as FXO port only to get my Comcast PSTN line into PIAF. I am not using it as an extension. [I tried doing so but after 6 hours wrestling with the star code interference with PIAF I gave up.] My connection is on SP2. OBi is registering with PIAF. I can dial out from PIAF using the Comcast line, and incoming calls are passed to PIAF. However, OBi is not changing the caller ID to "OBiTrunk1" (the name of the trunk in PIAF and the username in my OBi Expert settings).

In OBi Expert config, my inbound call route is SP2(1303NxxXxxx) (my Comcast number).
Changing InboundCallRoute to SP2(1303NxxXxxx;ui=$1) or to SP2(1303NxxXxxx>$1) breaks the connection. Changing to SP2(1303NxxXxxx)>$1 or SP2(1303NxxXxxx)>$2 does not do anything.

In SP2 Service X_InboundCallRoute is LI. Changing X_InboundCallRoute from LI to LI;ui=$1 does not do anything.

In SP2 Service CallerIDName is default (OBiTalk settings). Changing to "Device default" does not do anything. Changing it to $1 passes "$1" (literally) as the caller ID.

Ring delay is 2000 ms. Increasing to 3000 causes PIAF to pick up slower. No caller ID. Increasing it above 3000 causes PIAF not to pick up and does not solve the problem. CallerIDDetectMethod is FSK(Bell 202). X_SpoofCallerID is unchecked, but checking it did not change anything.  Changing ring profile from A to B and back to A does not do anything.

ProxyServer is my PIAF IP address. ProxyServerPort is 5060 (UDP). OutboundProxy is my PIAF IP address.
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zapattack
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« Reply #45 on: October 03, 2018, 12:07:21 am »

Interesting thing: if you check your call log you will see that
ui=$1 is shown as ui=xxxxxxxxxx (actual tel number)!
But that is as far as it goes?
Analog phone on phone port of course shows everything properly.
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drgeoff
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« Reply #46 on: October 03, 2018, 04:27:46 am »

@MrMoxy
I followed what is in sections 3 and 4 of the first post in this thread http://www.obitalk.com/forum/index.php?topic=1157.msg7261#msg7261.  OBi110 (2886 firmware), FreePBX. CallerID works for me with unmodified sp2(my_number) as LINE Port InboundCallRoute.
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zapattack
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« Reply #47 on: October 09, 2018, 11:57:35 pm »

Unfortunately, trying to send it from the 110 to a 200
seems to loose some of the CID info.
Phone on 200 shows all calls as Private.
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