[Spce-user] Number spoofing.
leightonbrennan at gmail.com
Thu Mar 24 09:48:35 EDT 2022
If you add * to the allowed cli’s under the subscriber that should do the trick.
You may need to change some preferences related to Where the caller ID is presented i.e whether the caller ID is in the FROM or PAID headers.
> On 24 Mar 2022, at 11:44, mcapetta--- via Spce-user <spce-user at lists.sipwise.com> wrote:
> Hi Anar,
> how and by whom the forwarding is done?
> * By Sipwise NGCP using CFNA?
> * or, by FREEPBX sending back 302?
> * or, by FREEPBX using an internal call forward logic?
> Depending on the above case you have to correctly configure the outbound_from_user for the peer where the call is going.
>> On 24/03/22 11:47, Anar Agayarov <anar at agayarov.com> wrote:
>> Dear Andreas,
>> I am grateful for your instant response.
>> Our providers are supporting any CID.
>> But as I said, Sipwise is forcing to send subscriber's number as a CID.
>> What I should change in my Sipwise side?
>> On Thu, Mar 24, 2022 at 2:38 PM A. Waschefort <a.waschefort at anwadi.de <mailto:a.waschefort at anwadi.de>> wrote:
>> __ Hello Anar
>> For this feature you need "Clip no Screening" active from your Voip
>> Provider. Without it not will work.
>> Best Regards
>> Andreas from AnWaDi.de
>> *Von:* Anar Agayarov <anar at agayarov.com <mailto:anar at agayarov.com>>
>> *Gesendet:* 24. März 2022 10:31:33 UTC
>> *An:* spce-user <spce-user at lists.sipwise.com
>> <mailto:spce-user at lists.sipwise.com>>
>> *Betreff:* [Spce-user] Number spoofing.
>> Dear colleagues,
>> I hope you are doing well.
>> I have a problem with number spoofing.
>> The situation is that:
>> Sipwise is receiving calls from an upstream peer and sending them to
>> FreePBX by SIP subscriber trunk. If the extension is not available,
>> then the call is forwarded to the cellular number of the extension
>> owner. FreePBX is using the same Sipwise trunk for outgoing calls.
>> Problem is that: The cellular number is not getting the original
>> Caller ID, but receiving Sipwise subscriber number.
>> I did check with sngrep, FreePBX is sending an original CID to
>> Sipwise, but Sipwise is changing to the Subscriber's number and
>> sending it to a peer.
>> Is there any way to make an exception for "spoofing"?
>> P.S. The instance is working in Canada and this activity is not
>> accounted as illegal.
>> -- Best Regards
>> Anar Agayarov
>> Mit freundlichem Gruß | Kindest Regards
>> Andreas Waschefort
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