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CSTA - Caller / called switch on established message


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Using CSTA on a v5.1 Snom One in a hosted environment.

 

When we receive a simple incoming call to a group of extensions, then information is correct (some information is obscured with xx):

 

IN: <DeliveredEvent xmlns="http://www.ecma-international.org/standards/ecma-323/csta/ed4"><monitorCrossRefID>413</monitorCrossRefID><connection><callID>37ee52d1@pbx</callID><deviceID>2653@domain</deviceID></connection><alertingDevice><deviceIdentifier>6129xxxxxxx@175.x.x.x</deviceIdentifier></alertingDevice><callingDevice><deviceIdentifier>6141xxxxxxx@domain</deviceIdentifier></callingDevice><calledDevice><deviceIdentifier>6129xxxxxxx@175.x.x.x</deviceIdentifier></calledDevice><lastRedirectionDevice><notKnown /></lastRedirectionDevice><localConnectionInfo>alerting</localConnectionInfo><cause>normal</cause><IORef xmlns="">9999</IORef></DeliveredEvent>

However, when we answer the call (by lifting the handset) then the "caller" and "called" switch, which is wrong.
IN: <EstablishedEvent xmlns="http://www.ecma-international.org/standards/ecma-323/csta/ed4"><monitorCrossRefID>413</monitorCrossRefID><establishedConnection><callID>37ee52d1@pbx</callID><deviceID>2653@domain</deviceID></establishedConnection><answeringDevice><deviceIdentifier>6141xxxxxxx@domain</deviceIdentifier></answeringDevice><callingDevice><deviceIdentifier>6129xxxxxxx@175.x.x.x</deviceIdentifier></callingDevice><calledDevice><deviceIdentifier>6141xxxxxxx@domain</deviceIdentifier></calledDevice><lastRedirectionDevice><notKnown /></lastRedirectionDevice><localConnectionInfo>connected</localConnectionInfo><cause>normal</cause><IORef xmlns="">9999</IORef></EstablishedEvent>
This only appears to happen for incoming calls, not outgoing.
Hopefully the text above is obivous enough, but I can provide more information if needed.
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