sip call to destination "s"

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  1. Roshdy

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    In my elastix reports I found some calls from source channel (SIP/IP starting with 93.x.x.x), the destination is s

    my server is in real IP.

    any one can tell me what is destination "s" and how can an IP call my server going to this destination.

    can this IP go to another destination or not?
     
  2. jgutierrez

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    Paste the line from the cdr, I don't understand your question
     
  3. Roshdy

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    I changed the hard disk due to bad sector, so the report is not available.
    it was normal line but have the source and destination like this
    source: SIP/93.x.x.x
    destination: s
     
  4. wholly

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    Date Source Destination Src. Channel Account Code Dst. Channel Status Duration
    2009-05-22 04:43:58 026xxxxxxx s SIP/GoTalk-01-09b85510 ANSWERED 5

    there's that lovely 's' in the destination cell
     
  5. jgutierrez

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    Usually that happens when someone calls you, and that person doesn't press anything.

    For example, if you have an IVR with a couple options, if someone calls into your IVR and doesn't press anything (before it goes to the timeout parameter) and hangup the call, you will see on the cdr your lovely "s" :laugh:
     

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