All calls that trigger the call type are counted. If you have different DNIS (Dialed Number - the one the customer calls) mapped to the same call type (very common) then all calls on these multiple numbers are counted.
If you want to separate these, you need multiple call types.
(a) You can simply add some additional call types to count the calls on the various numbers, then modify your script with some DN nodes, branching to the defined call types, then coming back together and proceeding as they do today.
(b) You could instead assign the DNs to different call types and have them all trigger the same script - I don't like that as it's not that obvious what's happening. I map a DN to one and only one call type - method (a)
If you are trying to do something with the CALLERS NUMBER (the ANI, CLID) then you can look at these through the CLID variable. You could classify these according to the prefix (area code) to get stats on where your callers are coming from.
Anything else would be weird - unless you only had 10 callers.
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