this looks quite normal. Your router sends the telephone number '15672520826' to the telco switch. It gets it (RX <- SETUP_ACK) and then disconnects (RX <- DISCONNECT) with cause code "Cause i = 0x8090 - Normal call clearing".
So the real question is, why does your telco disconnect you, when you hand off the telephone number above? Is the telephone number dialed existing or what is the 11th digit doing? I am no specialist in numbering plans, but could it be that the leading "1" causes this? What is the telephone number format the telco expects?
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