[VoiceOps] Appearance of an International call
kiddfilby at gmail.com
Wed Jun 15 14:50:30 EDT 2016
Whoops... I really do apologize... I just saw my email on a different
computer... it does look bad in that font. However, it does not show up
like that on my computer's screen for some reason.
On Wed, Jun 15, 2016 at 12:42 PM, Kidd Filby <kiddfilby at gmail.com> wrote:
> Sorry for breaking the cardinal rule of the list... Since the font used in
> one's message is far more important than the content. I should receive 30
> lashes, I suppose.
> To put the issue plainly...
> 1. We are not marking the call as an international call and then
> sending it out into the world
> 2. We are not setting any locale marker of any kind as international
> 3. The called-party, on the cell side, is presented with a
> country/region on their screen
> 1. In this particular scenario, they saw Palestine Territory
> 2. The caller is land-based VoIP
> 4. Once the Engineer turned off the VoLTE option on the cell phone,
> the correct information was displayed.
> On Wed, Jun 15, 2016 at 11:57 AM, Alex Balashov <abalashov at evaristesys.com
> > wrote:
>> Comic sans isn't a fashion accessory in my part of town.
>> I figure this is an issue of presentation and locality setting
>> transmission. Don't GSM/3GPP and LTE require all numbers to be internally
>> represented as fully-qualified E.164 anyhow? What gives a number "local"
>> presentation is a setting on the phone that says "I'm within this country
>> code", and I imagine that whether this is honoured can be modulated via
>> some calling number presentation setting in the signalling message.
>> -- Alex
>> Principal, Evariste Systems LLC (www.evaristesys.com)
>> Sent from my Google Nexus.
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> Kidd Filby
> 661.557.5640 (C)
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