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********** Warning: Missed 26 packet(s) **********

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********** Warning: Missed 26 packet(s) **********

********** Warning: Missed 26 packet(s) **********

(OP)
Hi Guys,
        I'm getting strange errors on a system of
********** Warning: Missed 26 packet(s) **********.

Then after a while the system reboots, roughly every half hour.

IP Office V1 (5.0.26)
 

RE: ********** Warning: Missed 26 packet(s) **********

Is it getting hot?

ACSS - SME
General Geek



RE: ********** Warning: Missed 26 packet(s) **********

(OP)
I dont think so, i thought that it might be something to do with the network so i changed the Lan1 ip address,but this morning it started rebboting again. It is also doing strange things like handsets going onto speaker by themselves and ringing other Extns. when you look at the monitor trace it looks like they have actually dialled the digits and phones going into DND automatically. Its not just the same Extns its really random. I have changed the main IP 500 unit and reprogrammed the config from scratch and uploaded it to the new system. I did DTE the system and erase the software and upload the config also.

RE: ********** Warning: Missed 26 packet(s) **********

where is the unit? on a wall, cabinet, etc?

ACSS - SME
General Geek



RE: ********** Warning: Missed 26 packet(s) **********

Try defaulting it and if that does not work then replace the ipo
 

BAZINGA!

I'm not insane, my mother had me tested!

www.lantel.nl

RE: ********** Warning: Missed 26 packet(s) **********

I had an overheating PSU in an IP500 once that would shut itself down after about 30 minutes. Temporarily managed to keep it running by pointing a small desktop fan at the PSU while we sourced another part!

ACSS (SME)

One of these days everything will work as it should, and then we'll all be out of a job!

RE: ********** Warning: Missed 26 packet(s) **********

(OP)
I think that its a faulty VCM32 card just looked at the IP Phones and you cant transfer to them from a digital extn.

and i'm getting an error message about codecs

RE: ********** Warning: Missed 26 packet(s) **********

(OP)
On System status the congestion count is going up everytime i try to dial a IP extn.

  21486755mS CMMap: Mapper::AllocateCodec unable to allocate resource
  21486755mS CMCallEvt:    Cannot reserve a codec for Bend, aend is 0.2050.0 276 Jean.1
  21486755mS CMTARGET:     (null): ADD PRIMARY
  21486756mS CMTARGET:     0.2050.0 276 Jean.1: CancelTimer CMTCDialToneTimeout
  21486756mS CMTARGET:     0.2050.0 276 Jean.1: NO INITIAL TARGETS: GaryMirfin
  21486756mS CMTARGET:     0.2050.0 276 Jean.1: ADD USER: GaryMirfin depth=1 disallow_cw=0 dnd=0 real_call=1 group_call=0 type(CMNTypeDefault) incl(0x40) excpt(0x40), allow_redir(1) remote=00000000
  21486757mS CMMap: Mapper::AllocateCodec unable to allocate resource
  21486757mS CMCallEvt:    Cannot reserve a codec for Bend, aend is 0.2050.0 276 Jean.1
  21486757mS CMTARGET:     (null): ADD PRIMARY
  21486757mS CMTARGET:     0.2050.0 276 Jean.1: SELECT: TRY VOICEMAIL orig_hg() orig_user(301)
  21486757mS CMTARGET:     0.2050.0 276 Jean.1: ADD VM TARGET
  21486758mS CMTARGET:     ****   0.2050.0 276 Jean.1: MakeVoicemailTarget pbx=<null> local=1 type=1
  21486758mS CMCallEvt:    0.2052.0 -1 BaseEP: NEW CMEndpoint f54ac140 TOTAL NOW=7 CALL_LIST=3
  21486758mS CMTARGET:     0.2052.0 276 RAS.0: ADD PRIMARY
  21486759mS CMTARGET:     0.2050.0 276 Jean.1: ADD VM TARGET: SUCCEEDED
  21486759mS CMTARGET:     0.2050.0 276 Jean.1: GetNoAnswerTimer:60

RE: ********** Warning: Missed 26 packet(s) **********

Remove it and try again.
But it could be the main board too.
 

BAZINGA!

I'm not insane, my mother had me tested!

www.lantel.nl

RE: ********** Warning: Missed 26 packet(s) **********

It could also be a faulty lan port on the IPO!
I have seen this happen but no reboots.
Although i can imaging the reboots when there are a number of calls stuck.
 

BAZINGA!

I'm not insane, my mother had me tested!

www.lantel.nl

RE: ********** Warning: Missed 26 packet(s) **********

(OP)
I've just changed the VCM card and i'm still getting an error message on monitor:

   2151594mS CMMap: PCG::UnmapBChan pcp[93]b1r0 cp_b f597ebd0 other_cp_b f555c418
   2151594mS CMMap: a=20.11 b=1.9 M0
   2151594mS CMMap: PCG::UnmapBChan pcp[111]b1r0 cp_b f555c418 other_cp_b 0

any ideas?

RE: ********** Warning: Missed 26 packet(s) **********

Replace the IP500 itself.
 

BAZINGA!

I'm not insane, my mother had me tested!

www.lantel.nl

RE: ********** Warning: Missed 26 packet(s) **********

(OP)
its been relaced already could they both be faulty?

RE: ********** Warning: Missed 26 packet(s) **********

Could be but that would be nasty.

Remove everything else but the VCM card.
So if there is a trunk card then remove that one too.
It could be a cause of a non working VCM card.
 

BAZINGA!

I'm not insane, my mother had me tested!

www.lantel.nl

RE: ********** Warning: Missed 26 packet(s) **********

(OP)
I'm at the stage of replacing it for a V2 its been ongoing for 2 weeks.

RE: ********** Warning: Missed 26 packet(s) **********

But then replace all cards!!!
Then find out what is causing the problem at the office.
The customer does not want to know it i guess smile
 

BAZINGA!

I'm not insane, my mother had me tested!

www.lantel.nl

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