To my knowledge there is no way to achieve this. Basically once you send the call out to Unity there is no control over it. Theoretically, you could maybe reserve some ports just for the IVR which might make things easier since you have guaranteed ports, however depending on how many people are being sent to Unity, this might not help.
Setup different jtapi or media groups for inbound and outbound. For your inbound scripts set it to use the inbound group, when you make outbound calls using the Place Call step set it to use the outbound group.
You can do this if you setup three different jtapi or media groups and associate each one to the appropriate script. Actually I'm not sure what happens to the (n+1)th call, should be easy to test out. I don't know if there's an easy way to do the same thing at the PRI level.
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