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Hello ...

I have a working on IPOCC 10, now the customer change the domain names.
- I change the Domain in the IPO - system - LAN1 - VOIP
- After this I change the domain in the CHAP - Adapter - properties.
When I reboot everything, the IPOCC SIP user register, but form this day every 3 days the IPOCC is disconnect calls, and not working again only when access the Task Flow Editor and activate it again.
Is there another place I should change domain from it ?
My question is should I use the same domain customer use ? mean the IPOCC is under stc.local, the same domain i use it under IPO - system - LAN1 - VOIP and therefore when start IPOCC configuration wizard. can I use different domain than customer use for example avaya.stc.local or should commit of what's the customer used ?


Thanks in advance

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