Well I thought some people might not have tested their modems for caller
id but might recognise the specification string from the side of the box
On Tue, 2001-11-20 at 13:19, Paul Mc Auley wrote:
> On 20 Nov 2001 13:05:50 +0000
> Ken Guest <kwg at renre-europe.com> wrote:
> | On Tue, 2001-11-20 at 12:38, Paul Mc Auley wrote:
>> | > A box with a modem that has working Irish caller ID so you can rig it
> | > to look up the calling number and display the caller's name (and then
> | > optionally punt them to voicemail).
>> | > Of course then we'd need to identify such a modem, and I don't think
> | > we've managed that yet. Anyone, anyone?
>> | eircom uses the European (ETSI) caller-id specification (ETS300778-1
> | Option B) in the PSTN. Telephones, modems and other devices that support
>> Hence the qualification. The trouble is that manufacturers don't seem
> inclined to document caller-id support if it exists at all. Apparently,
> Pace made one which worked in the UK but they stopped doing modems 2
> years ago. I was wondering if anyone had gotten a supported modem which
> supports caller-id in this country?
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