As far as my experiences go, I can tell you that it is used for at least two things......, number one is that the name portion is for incoming calls to select the appropiate dialer map for authentication, and number two is that this name is undeed used for the authentication used. But, you have to remember that if you are using PPP with CHAP it is possible to have one-way or two-way authentication, so, if using one-way authentication the name portion will not be used if you are initiating the connection, instead, only the username password in global config would be used.
When connecting to a peer using dialer maps, the router uses the dialer map to bind the call. Therefore, the IP address and username of the peer are bound. If the wrong IP address or name is in the dialer map, then the call will connect but IDEALLY should not be able to pass traffic.
The debug ip packet command will indicate that the "encapsulation failed".
Can you please post the following debugs on you test call:
deb isdn q931 / deb ppp nego / ping x.x.x.x (peer ip address)
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