set callerid

Usage: SET CALLERID <number>

Changes the callerid of the current channel.

Returns:
200 result=1

Example


  1. !/bin/sh
echo "SET CALLERID \"$CIDNAME\"<$agi_callerid>"

Notes:
  • do not forget to escape the quotation marks around the CALLERID name
  • append the CALLERID number enclosed in "<" and ">" and make sure that there is no SPACE in front of "<"
  • since Asterisk 1.2 an AGI script receives both $agi_callerid (the number) and $agi_calleridname (the name) seperately


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Usage: SET CALLERID <number>

Changes the callerid of the current channel.

Returns:
200 result=1

Example


  1. !/bin/sh
echo "SET CALLERID \"$CIDNAME\"<$agi_callerid>"

Notes:
  • do not forget to escape the quotation marks around the CALLERID name
  • append the CALLERID number enclosed in "<" and ">" and make sure that there is no SPACE in front of "<"
  • since Asterisk 1.2 an AGI script receives both $agi_callerid (the number) and $agi_calleridname (the name) seperately


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Created by: pinhole, Last modification: Sat 27 of Mar, 2010 (16:27 UTC) by JustRumours
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