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20 hours ago, koolandrew said:

I would suggest reading the docs, as i am not even sure how to answer that question. Everything depends on your extension/trunk and if appropriate inbound trunk settings.

yes I did that, I found settings to control from, to and other items, but Call-ID is a unique string that represents that particular call. it ends in "@pbx" which make it difficult to figure out which PBX it came from. 

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There is no such thing as the IP address on a modern server. There are many! Private, loopback, IPv4, IPv6, link-local, you name it. We could use the name that you can assign to the instance, however then we have to deal with problems that it might characters that the various SIP service providers out there don't like and that might actually not be allowed according to RFC. It would turn this into a new problem area, especially because everyone wants to play with such settings and try out Japanese characters or just invisible spaces! Plus it makes the packet longer, getting us closer to the magic UDP packet size. If you want to separate the traffic for a specific trunk, we have the feature to turn PCAP on for that trunk, which nicely puts the packets to gather for you into one PCAP file (next version will even have precision time stamps).

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