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Speaker phone not op one port, ticking sounds, Vertical Summit 80

Speaker phone not op one port, ticking sounds, Vertical Summit 80

Speaker phone not op one port, ticking sounds, Vertical Summit 80

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This is a first for me. The customer has been complaining about this phone making ticking sounds. After switching wiring pairs, testing with a new VU9208 phone, and testing the phone at the switch/KSU port, I realized something is odd about the port. The speaker phone will not operate. Testing the same phone on any adjacent port is fine.

It feels like the 4-Ticks sounds are related to speaker phone fail. No free ports on this system. Why would the speaker phone feature not operate on a single port. I compared the configuration to working ports, nothing obvious different.

Any advice greatly appreciated.

RE: Speaker phone not op one port, ticking sounds, Vertical Summit 80

(OP)
After re-initializing this particular port the problem cleared.

RE: Speaker phone not op one port, ticking sounds, Vertical Summit 80

Nice, thanks for updating...unlike others.

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