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SBC Status

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Hi all, I have installed a SBC 8.1 along wit the new SIP trunk configuration. SBC also integrated with Session/SMGR. The SBC and SIPT trunk calls working quite well. But in Device TAB when i check the Server status it show "UNKNOWN" in the registration status column. The Heartbeat column shows OK. Why is that if the SBC and SIP trunks working OK?

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RE: SBC Status

anybody??

RE: SBC Status

The register isn’t probably done from the SBCE but from the IP Office. Or you have a peer-to-peer trunk without registration.

Freelance Certified Avaya Aura Engineer

RE: SBC Status

Hi, Thanks for the response. What is the ideal status should it be shown??? inspite of UNKNOWN.

RE: SBC Status

I think that won’t change unless you register the trunk from the SBCE. What you could do is sent options pings from the SBCE to the SIP provider. (Normally, I leave that up to the IPO or Aura CM) but then the SBCE will show that the trunk is UP.

Freelance Certified Avaya Aura Engineer

RE: SBC Status

Thanks for the tip. I will try that.

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