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Page on 2.1

Page on 2.1

Page on 2.1

I have a site that when you do a page to a group some phones do not get the page and some will come on half way through the page. Also at times the system will reboot. There are 54 ext's in the group i have been told that this should not be a problem.

RE: Page on 2.1

2.1 is your problem.  I believe this is on the list of fixed bugs with 2.1.24, which (hold your breath) we are supposed to see at some point today.  Maybe :)


PS On second thought better not hold your breath...

RE: Page on 2.1

Avaya have the V2.1(24) but not got around to putting it on thier web site yet :-(
it is available of the trial site FTP server
(it is also available on my ftp server ipguru.no-ip.info)

RE: Page on 2.1

Many thanks IPGuru

RE: Page on 2.1

See below direct reference to the fault you are having being resolved in 2.1(24)

IP Phone Paging can no longer cause the system to reboot.


RE: Page on 2.1

I have upgraded the system to 2.1 (24) but i still have the same problem. It seems that when the IP Phones are in the group and you page that group the system will reboot. When you take out the IP Phones the page works ok.

RE: Page on 2.1


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