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J129 with SBC

J129 with SBC

J129 with SBC

(OP)
Hello everyone!
Has anyone been able to get a j129 to register with an Avaya SBCE, obviously remotely? the sbc trace doesnt even show the phone attempting to hit it, much less shutting it down for any reason. I use the exact same thing configurations for the sip proxy and domain as the communicator, which is working fine.

Any thoughts?

Also, any fun tricks for using certs on these phones? TLS was a must.

RE: J129 with SBC

No responses yet huh. I have the same issue cannot get a J179 to register through the SBC. Have not worked on it much as of yet, was hoping to see some responses to your question.

Have you made any progress yet?

RE: J129 with SBC

What version of SBC are yo running on?

RE: J129 with SBC

Are you doing this using TLS or TCP??

Jamie Green

Avaya Registered Specialist Engineer

RE: J129 with SBC

(OP)
Geordie This is now working. SBC version 7.2.2 with the critical patch. IPO version 11.0.2.

Jamie, TLS is a must. Certificates are loaded via J100setting.txt file. Works like a champ

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