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Posted on 2006-07-10
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hi,
i want to setup voip  terminator service.
but it not legal in some countires.
some of the international calls received displays no number or some number like "+1".

is there any hardware or software solution that can prevent caller id from being send to the receiver ?

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Question by:ganitham
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It depends what hardware you are using and the type of telephone interface used.

For analogue lines you can sometimes dial a prefix to disable callerID for that call.
For PRI you can set a variable to disable callerID.
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by:nabilasoli
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Hi
  I uderstand what exactly you need
to answer you I need to know what country are you in?
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by:ganitham
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hi nabilasoli,

india
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