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Topic # 147321 16-Jun-2014 11:06
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Hi all,

I have recently installed 4 Yealink Phones (varying models - x2 T20, x1 T46, T26) they have been great when they are working, however they seem to drop the registration overnight. I have tried a couple of fixes but nothing seems to help. So far I have:

- Upgraded the firmware
- Disabled SIP ALG
- Tried different ports (5060, 50600 & 5061)
- Changed server registration interval to 180

Other information that might be useful is that the router is a draytek 2710. The phones are acquiring an IP address from the DHCP server rather than a static IP.

If there is any information I have missed please let me know.

Cheers,

 

Theo.

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Wannabe Geek


  Reply # 1066619 16-Jun-2014 13:40
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I have had a suggestion from 2Talk to change the transport to TLS and the port to 5061. I have done so and will report back tomorrow morning to see if this has fixed the issue.

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  Reply # 1066699 16-Jun-2014 15:02
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I would suggest checking and if needed updating the Draytek firmware too.

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