Problems with outbound called in vtigercrm

Executing [3473693037@vtiger:1] Set(“SIP/1101-00000019”, “CALLFILENAME=OUT_11092021_14-02_1101_3473693037”) in new stack
– Executing [3473693037@vtiger:2] MixMonitor(“SIP/1101-00000019”, “/var/spool/asterisk/monitor/OUT_11092021_14-02_1101_3473693037.wav,b”) in new stack
– Executing [3473693037@vtiger:3] Set(“SIP/1101-00000019”, “CDR(recordingpath)=/var/spool/asterisk/monitor/OUT_11092021_14-02_1101_3473693037.wav”) in new stack
== Manager ‘admin’ logged off from 127.0.0.1
– Executing [3473693037@vtiger:4] Dial(“SIP/1101-00000019”, “SIP/3473693037”) in new stack
[2021-09-11 14:02:45] WARNING[6622][C-00000037]: chan_sip.c:6352 create_addr: Purely numeric hostname (3473693037), and not a peer–rejecting!
[2021-09-11 14:02:45] WARNING[6622][C-00000037]: app_dial.c:2576 dial_exec_full: Unable to create channel of type ‘SIP’ (cause 20 - Subscriber absent)
– No devices or endpoints to dial (technology/resource)
– Auto fallthrough, channel ‘SIP/1101-00000019’ status is ‘CHANUNAVAIL’
== Begin MixMonitor Recording SIP/1101-00000019
== MixMonitor close filestream (mixed)
== End MixMonitor Recording SIP/1101-00000019

This isn’t the place to get support for third party dialplan, but, you are trying to call a non-existent local device.

What does 3473693037 represent. If it is a PSTN number, you are missing either the literal domain name of the PSTN gateway, or the sip.conf section name of the peer that acts as that gateway. Gateway includes an ITSP’s machine. In the unlikely event, that it really is a local device name, you are missing a section called 3473693037 in your sip.conf.

It could also be routing codes to call over an intra-company trunk,but that is similar to a direct PSTN one.