What does it mean when an incoming call on the child's phone shows as a sip call?
The app shows the call was from ""sip:+18xx63250740x3Brn=+18xx549@icscF1.ctx05" the x's are numbers, I just didnt put them all
What does that mean??
Could be the calls were from a SIP (Session Initiated Protocol) server (IP based) as opposed to a cell service server.
It was an internet originated call instead of a cell network originated call. The caller id indicating SIP shows this. The Family Companion app or the originating server could probably be a little more user friendly in creating the caller id for display.
I'm sorry you show this type of call on your child's line that you're unable to identify Calebson. I can understand the concern. If a number shows as a SIP call it just identifies where the number originated from or the address of where it came from but not the specific carrier. It can be a call that generated from the Internet that you can use as a phone number or email address to make and receive voice calls.
Does this information help? Are you attempting to block the calls?