a call goes out and is answered :

[Sep 17 11:29:52] VERBOSE[23420][C-00000051] app_dial.c: SIP/myprovider-0000010b is making progress passing it to SIP/mysippeer-00000108 [Sep 17 11:30:05] VERBOSE[23420][C-00000051] app_dial.c: SIP/myprovider-0000010b answered SIP/mysippeer-00000108 [Sep 17 11:30:05] VERBOSE[23522][C-00000051] bridge_channel.c: Channel SIP/myprovider-0000010b joined 'simple_bridge' basic-bridge <ab233c52-249f-4370-bcdd-3eb9af7c6cfd> [Sep 17 11:30:05] VERBOSE[23420][C-00000051] bridge_channel.c: Channel SIP/mysippeer-00000108 joined 'simple_bridge' basic-bridge <ab233c52-249f-4370-bcdd-3eb9af7c6cfd>

Call ends :
[Sep 17 11:34:36] VERBOSE[23420][C-00000051] bridge_channel.c: Channel SIP/mysippeer-00000108 left 'simple_bridge' basic-bridge <ab233c52-249f-4370-bcdd-3eb9af7c6cfd> [Sep 17 11:34:36] VERBOSE[23522][C-00000051] bridge_channel.c: Channel SIP/myprovider-0000010b left 'simple_bridge' basic-bridge <ab233c52-249f-4370-bcdd-3eb9af7c6cfd>

When the call ends in Asterisk version I can read the variable in h-context.
In Asterisk 13.11.2 this variable is always empty. How come ??

Dialplan logic :
exten => h,n,NoOp(bridgepeer = ${BRIDGEPEER})

CLI on Asterisk 13.11.2 :
-- Executing [h@calling:15] NoOp("SIP/mysippeer-00004c80", "bridgepeer = SIP/myprovider-00004c83") in new stack

CLI on Asterisk 13.11.2 :
VERBOSE[23420][C-00000051] pbx.c: Executing [h@calling:15] NoOp("SIP/mysippeer-00000108", "bridgepeer = ") in new stack

What has changed and how can I get the 13.11 version of ${BRIDGEPEER} ??

Thanks in advance !

Kind regards.

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