Re: ARI: How do I get the caller ID to set for calls going out through the SIP trunk?

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I use the Node.js to access ARI but I think it's basically the same.  You'd use the option callerId instead of setting the variables value.  So, it might be something like:


I've never tried to set the name, just the number.

Hope this helps.

Phil Mickelson

On Mon, Feb 29, 2016 at 3:34 PM, Tickling Contest <tickling.contest@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

I am using Asterisk 13.6.0. Consider a caller "Johnny Boy" <100> who is connected as an endpoint to the Asterisk PBX. I wanted to know how to set up the caller ID on my ARI originate () REST API so I PSTN callees will see the caller ID "Johnny Boy" <2125551212> on their screen (where 2125551212 is the DID number granted by the SIP trunk for the PBX).

On extensions.conf, I could use dialplan application Set () and it works (that is, I see the correct name appearing on the PSTN callee):

exten => 200,1,Answer()
same  =>      n,Set(CALLERID(name)=Johnny Boy)
same  =>      n,Set(CALLERID(num)=2125551212)
same  =>      n,Dial(PJSIP/+18565551212@siptrunk)
same  =>      n,Hangup()

But when I try something similar using ARI, I call originate() with query params like so (see :


{"variables" : { "CALLERID(name)": "Johnny Boy", "CALLERID(num)": "2125551212" }}

Unfortunately, this does not work. What am I missing?

Any help is deeply appreciated.


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