We created CiDer to bridge the gap between depricated caller ID solutions and the modern applications' needs. CiDer is the Ethernet caller ID that was missing!
CIDer is a caller ID standalone device which monitors simultaneously two (2) independent phone lines and forwards to the local network (LAN/WAN), the collected data. More precisely, the CIDer bears 4 phone-line (RJ11) connectors and can be connected in parallel to the existing phones, such as a common answering machine. Thus, istallation on the existing phone lines is easy and not any extra complicated cabling is necessary.
CIDer undertakes to pick and aggregate all the information sent by the landline network, any time an inbound call happens. Then, it initiates a UDP/IP message with the caller’s information and broadcasts it to the local network. This message can be received from any device connected to the local network.Install the CIDerApp to any terminal you wish to show pop-up or notification windows and get to know who is calling.
|Model / Description||CIDer / Ethernet Caller ID|
|Manufacturer / Country||InviBIT Ltd. / Made in Greece|
(Standard USB 2.0 Micro-B Connector)
|Protocols supported||All FSK Based [Bellcore GR-30-CORE, SR-TSV-002476, TIA/EIA-716 and ETSI 300 778-1]|
|Line 1 (L1)||2x RJ11 connectors to parallelize the CIDer with the first peer (phone, answering machine, call center etc).|
|Line 2 (L2)||2x RJ11 connectors to parallelize the CIDer with the second peer (phone, answering machine, call center etc).|
|Ethernet (LAN)||Standard Ethernet connector (RJ45) with network activity indicating LEDs. Use a common Ethernet cable to connect CIDer to the local network.|
|Indicators||1x Power LED, 2x Inbound call LEDs|
CIDer creates and broadcasts UDP/IP messages containing the prenatal caller’s details exactly as they are served from the landline phone provider. Specifically, it sends the following details:
Below is presented an example of a UDP/IP packet content referring to an inbound call at Line 1 (L1) where the caller’s phone number is 6999 123 456 and happened at 14:05 of 15/01."CID_L1 01151405 6999123456"
For further details regarding the message format please refer to the Integration Guide.