Been moving to a new Asterisk 13 / FreePBX 12 setup. One thing I need to move is our trunk to a Cisco 2800 router, working as a CUBE - terminating a PRI and sending calls via SIP to the Asterisk server (and in future, this router will terminate all voice/VoIP circuits).
The trouble I’m having is, I duplicated the config from a working FreePBX 2.11 / Asterisk 11 server and now when I test from the Asterisk 13 server the SIP URI sent in the SDP is as such;
FYI, it looked like one of the dial-peers on the Cisco is setup as 9.T, from memory, requiring the 9 prefix so the trunk config sticks that on there. But, what may be causing the “@CUBE” part to be appended onto the SIP URI?
But again, where is it getting this information from to make the suffix. There should be nowhere in any configuration that has these words (I grepped the entire /etc/asterisk dir for ‘CUBE’ and found nothing)…