The forced Outgoing CID (Caller ID) Suppression and Delivery Per Call feature allows subscribers forcing either delivery or suppression of their calling identity (name and number) parameters for a particular call.
The feature can be provisioned at the feature profile or at the subscriber level.
In addition the administrator has to create
a Prefix Access Code for the Force Calling Identity Delivery vertical service to allow the user to force the presentation status for both name and number to "Allowed" for a single call. The suggested access code is *64.
If CID delivery is "Allowed" for a call, the connected party's line receives
the calling party's Number
the calling party's Name if the call is internal
a Prefix Access Code for the Force Calling Identity Suppression vertical service to allow the user to force the presentation status for both name and number to "Restricted" for a single call. The suggested access code is *66.
If CID delivery is "Restricted" for a call, the connected party's line receives a "Private/Anonymous" indication for the calling party's Number and Name (name only if the call is internal).
The subscriber is allowed to dial these access codes at the beginning of a call or while a call is active.
The feature can be activated in one of the following ways:
The user dials the access code only.
In this case the user receives a Recall Dial Tone, and then dials the intended called party's number (in-band) to complete the call.
The user can enter the access code and the called party's number at once. The user will not receive Recall Dial Tone. Instead the call is setup with the desired presentation status to the called party.
Counters are provided for feature activation attempts.
How to Provision Outgoing CID Suppression and Delivery Per CallParent topic: Calling Identity Services