i have several phone numbers from my provider.
Here is the excerpt of my pjsip_wizard.conf which shows how I configure them:
[telekom-template](!) type = wizard transport = transport-udp sends_auth = yes sends_registrations = yes remote_hosts = tel.t-online.de endpoint/allow=!all,g722,alaw,ulaw,g729,gsm endpoint/context=incoming endpoint/from_domain=tel.t-online.de endpoint/dtmf_mode=rfc4733 endpoint/direct_media=no aor/qualify_frequency = 60 aor/contact=sip:tel.t-online.de aor/default_expiration=585 registration/retry_interval = 60 registration/server_uri=sip:tel.t-online.de registration/forbidden_retry_interval=120 registration/expiration=480 endpoint/rewrite_contact=yes endpoint/rtp_symmetric=yes [t012345](telekom-template) outbound_auth/username = 012345 outbound_auth/password = mysecret registration/client_uri=sip:+firstname.lastname@example.org registration/contact_user=t012345 endpoint/from_user=012345 [t054321](telekom-template) outbound_auth/username = 054321 outbound_auth/password = mysecret registration/client_uri=sip:+email@example.com registration/contact_user=t054321 endpoint/from_user=054321
What I have now is not really a “problem” in a sense that something doesn’t work, but more e
The Asterisk works fine, inbound calls for both different numbers are matched right in a sense that in the dialplan, the right exten is called.
But incoming calls apparently are no matter what matched to the first identity, which I can tell by the fact that the “CallId” Asterisk generates starts in each and every case with “t012345”, even when a call for “+4954321” is received.
Am I right in assuming that the CallId is first generated by looking at the first matching identify-section?