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Re: CC Disaster
I literally took my ATAs to their line (office next to my office) and took my laptop with my softphone to their office too. No problems. Registration, whole 9 yards. We both have separate Verizon FIOS lines. Speed of both is 25 up and 25 down symmetric so bandwidth no issue.
Walked back to my office...no go. No registration. Tried a free voip.ms account, worked fine. Callcentric...no go. Registration fails. Nothing changed on my network at all. Everything was great until their storm outage and since then, no registration (at first, some up and down registrations, and then none).
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said by IPfaxer:
I literally took my ATAs to their line (office next to my office)....
Thanks, OK, and was slick and easy to do.
Will think about it and post back.
I ran a packet sniffer on my computer and tried to use my soft phone on my own computer. Saw registration attempt. I'll attach it as an image here I guess.
The 192. address is the computer with softphone.
Now, please note this is not using DNS SRV. But, on my neighbors' ISP connections it DOES register and work normally. My ATAs are set for DNS SRV and they only are working when I bring them to my neighbors' ISP connections.
Have you sent the contents of those four packets to CC. You know you have an authentication failure. The first two SIP transactions look standard. The problem probably probably lies in third packet. You need to examine it to see what was being sent back to CC to cause it to fail. It would also be interesting to examine the packets when it is successful at your neighbors.