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SIP "Privacy: id" header not passing through 3430 in eSBC configuration

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Hello,

I am using a 3430 as an eSBC to connect a PBX to a carrier SBC using SIP trunks.  When the PBX makes a privacy call, I see the "Privacy: id" header included in the PBX originated INVITE.  However, I do not see the "Privacy: id" header in the INVITE generated by the 3430 going to the carrier SBC.  Cisco has the "privacy-policy passthru" command.  Is there an equivilent in AOS?

Thanks.

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Re: SIP "Privacy: id" header not passing through 3430 in eSBC configuration

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Zorper,

Thanks for the question. There are a couple of commands you need to enable to pass the privacy through to the carrier SIP trunk.

First, make sure you have the "sip privacy" command configured globally. Second, put the command "trust-domain" on the SIP trunk facing the PBX and the SIP trunk facing the provider. That should do it!

Thanks,

Rob

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Zorper,

Thanks for the question. There are a couple of commands you need to enable to pass the privacy through to the carrier SIP trunk.

First, make sure you have the "sip privacy" command configured globally. Second, put the command "trust-domain" on the SIP trunk facing the PBX and the SIP trunk facing the provider. That should do it!

Thanks,

Rob

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That did it.  Thanks much!