[Serusers] Polycom IP 601 help needed
andrey.kouprianov at gmail.com
Thu Feb 22 14:15:02 UTC 2007
Well, admin guide(http://www.digiumcards.com/pdf/polycom_soundstation_admin_guide.pdf)
says that RFC3261 is supported. I guess it means that DNS resolution
is also supported. Btw, if you go through, they say a lot about DNS.
Hope that helps.
On 2/22/07, Steve Blair <blairs at isc.upenn.edu> wrote:
> Andrey Kuprianov wrote:
> > Please, do not cross-post!
> I normally do not but given the history of phone related questions it
> seemed appropriate to cross post. A search on this topic produced
> partial answers in each community but thanks for the tip.
> > Use some sniffer (Ethereal, tcpdump, etc) to check if phone does make
> > a SRV lookup, because it should. Are you absolutely sure your SRV
> > records are intact?
> Yes my environment is working just fine. we have close to 900 production
> phones working. This is an issue with Polycoms.
> > And, no, you definitely cannot make it perform a lookup, unless you
> > have an explicit setting or smth.. What's wrong with IP address
> > anyway?
> Thanks for the general comments.
> > On 2/22/07, Steve Blair <blairs at isc.upenn.edu> wrote:
> >> I have been given the task of getting a Polycom IP 601 running SIP
> >> v2.0.1.0291 to register with our SER proxy and be able to interact with
> >> our Asterisk server for voice mail. The Asterisk server currently sends
> >> unsolicited NOTIFY messages to turn on/off the message waiting light.
> >> Most of the configuration is working however I cannot get the phone to
> >> register with SER if I set the voIpProt.server.1.address to the SRV name
> >> of our SIP domain. The only way the phone will register is if I set this
> >> parameter to the IP address of our SER server which is something we do
> >> not want to do.
> >> Is there any way to make this phone perform a SRV lookup for the
> >> server address?
> >> Thanks,Steve
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