1.If one phone number is blocked, and the person call again is that call logged? 2. I got a phone call from 16671 a weird number but the call log recorded 6671. Probably telemarketers that is why I would like to block a non US number like Viatalk can. 3. I still do not get in the call log some of the calls that I get in the Panasonic phone caller ID. I was told that the call was to short but I still do not understand that how can be. That means the Control panel is slower than my Panasonic phone? Thank you ddwrt. BTW why ddwrt? Do you have a router with the DDwrt in it?
1. Blocked calls are not logged on Aquarius...interesting? 2. I have had these call as well and unfortunately since they are spoofing the number, there is no way for them to be blocked. To share my experience, I had a scumbag who was doing something similar. The company would put in the CDNAM field "not a telemarketer" and the number would be random gibberish. 3. I believe what PhonePower was telling you was because the caller ID was being spoofed and is\was not a valid 10 digit number that their system recognizes properly?
Number 3 is an educated guess I'll let someone from PP confirm. -- I got the need for speed »bit.ly/BBreports
reply to danlr On the Aquarius network blocked numbers will not show up on the call log. Some telemarketers have learned how to change their outbound caller ID to get past most call screening systems. If the call was within the last 2-3 days I can locate the records and confirm if that is the case. In regards to the phone showing 16671 vs the call log showing 6671. Most phones will prefix a call with a 1 that way when you hit redial the call will go through.
The call log shouldn't take more then 15-30 seconds to update. If they are IP calls that could be why the calls aren't showing up on the call log.
Actually, I have had a few calls not show up in the call log that were valid 10 digit #s. Not a big deal...I realize like everything else it is not infauable. As long as they show up in one of 2 places I'm a happy camper. -- I got the need for speed »bit.ly/BBreports
Attached is illustration for our buddy danlr, it shows what logged blocked calls look like on Capricorn (the legacy network). Images have been blurred to protect the innocent from harm. -- I got the need for speed »bit.ly/BBreports