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(OP)
I have a customer that is experiencing call drops on their SIP trunks, we have checked all the switches and firewall settings to make sure that there is not routing issues. What I have seen is that the SIP will re-register to the providers backup server and send a "bye" message when this happens. It seems that the IP Office get the main server sometimes and at other times get the back up. I have been told the following by the provider.
The srv lookups are weighted. When you try to register and do a SRV look up to port 0 it will return to you the 192.58.90.20 ip unless it is unavailable for some reason. If unavailable it will give you 192.58.91.20. If you do a standard DNS lookup if will 50% of the time 192.58.90.20 and the rest 192.58.91.20.
They say it is an issue with the way the IP Office looks up the SRV record for the FQDN. I say this is bull as other customers to the same provider have not complained with the same IP Office settings. Anyone else see anything like this before.
Thank you Mike

RE: SIP registrations

For this sip trunk are you using ip authentication or username and password? what is the sip provider?

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(OP)
Provider is New Horizon and we are using username and password to authenticate.

RE: SIP registrations

Use IP not URL....smile

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(OP)
The reason for the URL is for the fail over feature. I will work if we set it to the IP but the salesperson and the customer like to the idea of the failover.
I hate salespeople.
Mike

RE: SIP registrations

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RE: SIP registrations

It sound like your IP in not in the SBC for the failover. Since your using user and password I would think you wouldn't have this issue. Unfortunately every sip provider does things a little different so maybe they need your IP as well. Did they ask what IP you were coming from?

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