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  Reply # 611940 19-Apr-2012 14:56
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We are currently working with .27 code but it has the same DST fix introduced in the .26 code and doesn't seem to work correctly at this time.




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  Reply # 611948 19-Apr-2012 15:07
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Thanks!

Is there likely to be any issue manually moving to the .26 release, or do you recommend sticking with .24?

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  Reply # 612229 20-Apr-2012 07:08
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The firmware is set in your config, so even if load in a different version whenever the ATA picks up a config it will reapply the .24 release. Im happy to modify your config for you but a better option would be to switch too the .23 code in which the DST works correctly.




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  Reply # 612240 20-Apr-2012 08:17
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Thanks, I was asking out of curiosity more than anything. I'm sure you've got better things to do at the moment than generate a custom config for me!!

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  Reply # 615269 26-Apr-2012 08:24
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Ok guys, we have a new .27 build that's looking good so far. I still have it in testing currently but I'm happy with it and its just the extended testing left. If you would like this firmware pushed out to your SRP please PM me your phone number and i'll modify your config.




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  Reply # 618303 2-May-2012 12:41
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Griven: Ok guys, we have a new .27 build that's looking good so far. I still have it in testing currently but I'm happy with it and its just the extended testing left. If you would like this firmware pushed out to your SRP please PM me your phone number and i'll modify your config.


I've PM'd you. will give it a go









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  Reply # 618476 2-May-2012 17:50
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Griven: Ok guys, we have a new .27 build that's looking good so far. I still have it in testing currently but I'm happy with it and its just the extended testing left. If you would like this firmware pushed out to your SRP please PM me your phone number and i'll modify your config.


Hi Nic or Phil,

I've done a couple of reboots but the .27 build hasn't loaded. Its still on .24 and I have no phone line. Voice Status just says registration Failed.  Internet is working fine.

Not sure if you guys pick this up out of office hours.







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  Reply # 618553 2-May-2012 19:55
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Hello, I'm seeing you up and registered on the .27 code

Contact: sip:6876XXXX@118.90.XX.XXX:5060
Device: Cisco/SRP527-1.01.27(003)
Registration State: registered
Registered at: Wed 02/05/2012 18:26:37


However it didn't d/l and apply the firmware until 18:26. I take it alls well now ?




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  Reply # 618557 2-May-2012 19:57
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Griven: Hello, I'm seeing you up and registered on the .27 code

Contact: sip:6876XXXX@118.90.XX.XXX:5060
Device: Cisco/SRP527-1.01.27(003)
Registration State: registered
Registered at: Wed 02/05/2012 18:26:37


However it?didn't?d/l and apply the firmware until 18:26. I take it alls well now ?


Hi Nic,

I did a full reset to see if that would fix it which it did. Obviously didn't want to upgrade itself?









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  Reply # 618914 3-May-2012 15:30
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The .27 firmware is working fine, the clock is now fixed.

One good feature of this firmware is the incorporated VPN server.







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