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Do they offer caller ID with that type of service? If so they should be able to fix that for you. You are now VOIP and not real sure how caller ID works behind that. There is a data burst sent after 1 ring on regular telephone service..
well you might not have purchased the caller id and it also might be the company that you are going through so try asking them and if that does not work you may simply call the 1866 or 1800 number on your owners manual
Please press "Feature 59" on a display phone. That will tell us the release of the phone system. Your system may not be caller ID capable.
The reason you are getting caller id on your cell, when the phones are forwarded is because you are paying for caller ID on your cell phone....and your cell phone is caller ID capable.
the directory key is storage for caller id. dtr80 is not the type of system but the type of phone. The system needs to have other components like a mif card in order to store caller id. Also if your phone does not ring with incoming outside call than you will not get caller id.
just connect one end of the phone plug to the id caller,then connect the outlet of the caller id and fix it to phone...........even then if u hav problem, may be ur caller id doesn.t hav batteries..............otherwise u may hav some problem in the id caller socket where phone plugs r inserted................
Try changing the cord between the base unit and the phone jack.
Some phones are pretty fussy about this, and when they are, it's
usually the caller ID information that gets clobbered.
Alternatively, try attaching the base unit to a different phone jack -
preferably the jack with the shortest wiring run to where the phone
service comes into your home.