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Disconnecting 9611 and Status in ASA

Disconnecting 9611 and Status in ASA

Disconnecting 9611 and Status in ASA

So I have been playing with a new config file and pushing it to some test phones. I had someone on the other end unplug a test phone without logging the phone off so it would reboot. When I did a Status Station to make sure it was disconnected, I noticed that the station was still In-Service/On hook and the TCP Signal Status was in Connecting. After 5 mins the station finally went to Out-of-Service and TCP status was disconnected.

I wanted to make sure that this was normal, I want to say that I have seen stations go Out-of-Service immediately when it is unplugged from the network without logging off of the station.

dministered Type: 9611 Service State: in-service/on-hook
Connected Type: N/A TCP Signal Status: connecting
Extension: Network Region: 1
Port: Parameter Download: complete
Call Parked? no SAC Activated? no
Ring Cut Off Act? no
Active Coverage Option: 1 one-X Server Status: N/A

EC500 Status: N/A Off-PBX Service State: N/A
Message Waiting:
Connected Ports:

Limit Incoming Calls? no

User Cntrl Restr: none HOSPITALITY STATUS
Group Cntrl Restr: none Awaken at:
User DND: not activated
Group DND: not activated
Room Status: non-guest room

Thank you all in advance.

RE: Disconnecting 9611 and Status in ASA

This is normal and is a timer in CM , there was a very similar post recently , i think if you run the "test station" command and then check the status again you will get the desired result


Not that they mean a thing anymore , get a brain dump pass the test crash the system.

RE: Disconnecting 9611 and Status in ASA

Thank you for the info montyzummer that is what I was thinking but wanted to be certain.

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