[asterisk-users] Asterisk Inbound calls, multiple SIP accounts, calledID

John Kiniston johnkiniston at gmail.com
Wed Apr 1 19:22:58 CDT 2015

Can you show us the CDR record for that call?

And maybe what your s priority of your incoming context is?

It should be easy to get what number was dialed, Try:


Normally I display the callers number on my phones, Not the number they

On Wed, Apr 1, 2015 at 4:50 PM, Andrew Galdes <andrew.galdes at agix.com.au>

> Hello all,
> I have an Asterisk server (Asterisk 10.12.4) with multiple sip accounts
> with the same service provides. We have 8 phone numbers in total.
> Incoming calls from the public are all correctly directed to appropriate
> office handsets. However, the display on the reception phone (the only one
> i care about) is always showing the same "SIP/Account1_0843214321" rather
> than the account representing the number dialed.
> For-instance, if Sam on her mobile calls "*0811111111*", Asterisk will
> show a log entry like the following:
> -- Executing [s at incoming:1] Set("SIP/*Account1_0822222222*", "
> thedid=""NodePhone"<sip:*0811111111*@sip.internode.on.net>"") in new stack
> But "Account1_*0822222222*" (as the name suggests) has a phone number of "
> *0822222222*" and not "*0811111111*".
> So Sam's call will come through and be routed to the correct handset as
> the business needs, but it seems that all incoming calls are being labeled
> as though coming in on a different account. The effective problem is that
> the calledID is now wrong.
> I'm after some general advice on how to handle the problem.
> Ta,
> -Andrew
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