Supported privacy types for 911 servicesFollow
Note: Bandwidth doesn't support SIP with more than 6 characters prepended.
SIP peers can be configured with the following privacy types:
- P_ASSERTED (default option)
Bandwidth will pull the address information associated with the TN populated in either P-Asserted-Identity, Remote-Party-ID, or P-Charge-Info headers, based on what is selected in the peer configuration.
- If P_ASSERTED is the selected privacy type, Bandwidth will pull the TN from the P-Asserted-Identity field only.
- If there's no TN information populated in P-Asserted-Identity, the value in the Remote-Party-ID field will then be used.
- If no TN information is populated in Remote-Party-ID, the TN in the From header will be used.
- If REMOTE_PARTY_ID is the privacy type, the value in the Remote-Party-ID header will then be used as the ANI.
- If the Remote-Party-ID header is empty, the TN populated in the From header will be used.
- If P_CHARGE_INFO is the privacy type, the value in the P-Charge-Info header will be used as the ANI.
- If there's no TN information populated in P-Charge-Info, the value in the Remote-Party-ID header will then be used.
- If no TN information is populated in Remote-Party-ID, the TN populated in the P-Asserted-Identity header will be used.
- Finally, if there's no value in P-Asserted-Identity, the TN in the From header will be used.
If no information is populated in any of the above fields, the call will receive a generic ANI and will be passed to the Emergency Call Center (ECC) for processing, unless you've requested that unprovisioned calls be denied.
Note: We don't recommend populating values in all privacy headers (P-Asserted-Identity, Remote-Party-ID, and P-Charge-Info).
For more information, please see our 911 integration guide.
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