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  1. hI Pythonpoole Just to let you know i managed to solve it. When you mentioned the port number being high i looking into it closer. Even though the sip port was set at 5060 if the extention existed and the password was correct it would change the port to something very high and random. So i went through the whole config on everysite i could find and found a setting i haddent seen before. "Voip control port" When i set this i kept the port at 5060 instead of changing it and alowed the phone to register. So thanks for all your help and im off to find the next problem. Alex
  2. Hi Pythonpoole Thanks for all your help. The 7940 is configured using sip.cnf and default.cnf files. I have tried the full config files and included every parameter you can set and also tried just having the basics. This is the SIP(MAC).cnf File # Line 1 Parameters line1_name: 121 line1_displayname: 121 line1_password: test phone_prompt: "SIP Phone" phone_password: "cisco" This is what the SIPDefault.cnf file contains. image_version: P0S3-06-3-00 proxy1_address: 192.168.1.11 proxy_register: 1 If i purposely set the password wrong
  3. Just to let you know i have now spent another day and still yet to find a solution. I am on my 4th 7940 and i have also tried to register with my asterisk pbx and still no joy. As pythonpoole suggests it is a password error i spent all day checking. I have checked and rechecked all day long but still nothing. However if i put in the wrong password i get the same 401 error but the sip trace is different. ---------------------------------------------------------------- 19:12:56 UDP Packet Received from 192.168.1.85:5060 <<<<<<<<<<&
  4. I have now tried it on an asterisk PBX and it has the same problem. I have tried 4 different phones 2 different, PBXs, and 4 different firmwares. Does anyone have any ideas.
  5. I thought that at the beginging but that is not the issue. I have been reconfiguring these for 4 days and that was my first thought. I have tried it with differernt extensions and passwords and on different phones. Still the same issue. I think there might be a problem with the SIP headers in some way but really cant figure it out.
  6. Hi All I just got a few Cisco 7940 in and am having problems connecting them to AXON. I have 6 Cisco 7912 connected fine but have spent 3 days trying to get the 7940 to work. I have uploaded the most recent sip firmware from cisco and it all seems to work. But i just doesnt connect. At first i noticed that i would only get an error in AXON if the extention was not there. IE "Unknown ID trying to register." So i played around and realised that it must be connecting but not properly. So i looked at the SIP Trace logs and find that it constantly returns "SIP/2.0 401 Unauthorized"
  7. Hi Pythopoole My VOIP Switch supports GSM but it seams my IP Phones do not. Does the VRS transcode the codec to GSM from g711 or does it only passthrough the codec from ip phone to VOIPSwitch.
  8. I am currently running an AXON PBX with a Linksys 3102 and also some VOIP Talk lines and a connection to my companies VOIP Switch. All the connections work fine incoming and outgoing. The problem i have is that when i try recording calls going out on the VOIPSwitch lines the VRS software changes the codec from g729 to G711 and the VOIP switch can not handle that (g711 uses to much bandwidth when you got 980 connections, from the tech at the VOIP switch end). Anyone have any ideas on how to get VRS working with the g729 codec. Kamilsey p.s im using cisco 7912 phones
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