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J179 User Agent on SBC

J179 User Agent on SBC

J179 User Agent on SBC

(OP)
Trying to test remote J179's via my SBC. it doesn't pass through because the user agent doesn't match... almost 1000% certain. The trace shows UA Avaya J179 IP Phone 4.0.0.0.21. What would be the reg portion of the UA to add?

RE: J179 User Agent on SBC

(OP)
disregard-- figured it out

RE: J179 User Agent on SBC

(OP)
I have the j179 registered via the SBC to ASM. When I press the message button on the phone it dials the HG extension for VM. That HG extension routes to AAR over to a SIP trunk to ASM. When it hits ASM that dial pattern is matched and routes to the CM, which has an adaption that converts the extension to another extension, which then has a dial pattern to route to the VM system. I'm getting a 'SIPS not allowed' and eventually a busy signal.

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