[VOIPSEC] Spoofing VoIP caller ID to correct location
Rich.Terpstra at Level3.com
Tue Jun 28 18:03:58 BST 2005
This is one of the issues that NENA i2 standard is trying to address. In
short, it is similar to the wireless model, where your caller ID is
actually a temporary key that is a 10-digit NANP TN appropriate for your
actual location that triggers the ALI DB to query for your actual Call
Back Number and your registered location. I believe the spec is posted
on the NENA website.
From: Voipsec-bounces at voipsa.org [mailto:Voipsec-bounces at voipsa.org] On
Behalf Of Nathan Paulhus
Sent: Tuesday, June 28, 2005 8:50 AM
To: Voipsec at voipsa.org
Subject: [VOIPSEC] Spoofing VoIP caller ID to correct location
Is there any way I could legally spoof caller ID so when using voip
for 911 in a remote office they will get a local number so they respond
the right location? We have a regular landline in the office also.
We had an incident and 911 responded to the main office where the voip
out adn not the remote office.
I know there has been much talk about this lately. Any suggestions?
NEC 704i PBX and NEC i-series VoIP gateway.
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