I used the command sh call history voice brief , but I cannot see who originated the call either. In the following example someone is calling the number 2609257(destination number), but I cannot see from which number this person is calling from(source number).
Oh... that's because your carrier does not forward clid (caller id) information. It's normal to be like that. Anyway, it seems to me that you have a security problem because the call is on pid 0, that's a default dial-peer wich is not ok, and anyone can send calls through your gateway... All you can see is that the originating ip is 126.96.36.199, but you should have specific dial-peers eventualy with tech-prefix to identify the carrier wich sent the call.
I strongly advice you to review you router configuration.
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