I’m using Asterisk 184.108.40.206.
I have a SIP trunk and incoming calls are ringing multiple extensions. When the call is unanswered I noticed that CDR(dstchannel) has value and it’s one of the called extensions. For example:
Incoming call is routed to extensions 203 and 293, nobody answers and caller hangs up. CDR(dstchannel)=SIP/292-00000640
This is my Dial command: Dial(SIP/203&SIP/292,Ttg)
more debug info:
[quote][root@pbx ~]# asterisk -x 'core show channels verbose’
Channel Context Extension Prio State Application Data CallerID Duration Accountcode PeerAccount BridgedTo
SIP/292-00000640 from-internal cmd_Forward 1 Ringing AppDial (Outgoing Line) 292 00:00:09 (None)
SIP/203-0000063f from-internal cmd_Forward 1 Ringing AppDial (Outgoing Line) 203 00:00:09 (None)
SIP/Trunk-0000063e execute-routing-apps cmd_Forward 13 Ring Dial SIP/203&SIP/292,Ttg XXXXXXXXXX 00:00:09 (None)[/quote]
You can see that BridgedTo=(None)
I use dstchannel in my h extension for some post-setup and this value misleads me.
Is this a bug or it is expected to work in such way? How there is a dstchannel when the call is unanswered and not bridged?