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#193668 19-Mar-2016 18:35
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Just looking at a friends Fritz!Box and noticed this - he doesn't have a number provisioned.

 

 

Anyone know what is causing this to occur?





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  #1516173 19-Mar-2016 19:29
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SIP bots




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  #1516196 19-Mar-2016 21:16
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sbiddle:

 

SIP bots

 

 

I thought that but there doesn't actually appear any way to turn this all off - guess it is time he grabs a better router.





 
 
 
 


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  #1516789 21-Mar-2016 11:43
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Hey Michael,

 

Could be worth making sure that box is on the latest firmware (06.30 or higher), and maybe even give it a factory reset to be safe :) 

 

Cheers

 

Ralph ^JOB


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  #1516792 21-Mar-2016 11:47
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This may help : http://www.3cx.com/blog/docs/change-default-port-fritzbox/ - the first bit would be the important one.  Use some random high port IMO if you want to effectively disable SIP.  Or try removing the lines altogether...


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  #1530334 11-Apr-2016 22:49
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may not be mysterious call, but are these daily links to my FitzBox normal--

 

 

 

 

07.04.16

 

05:48:19

 

The service provider successfully transmitted settings to this device.

 

 

 

 

every day ???


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  #1530374 12-Apr-2016 05:42
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Graymond:

 

may not be mysterious call, but are these daily links to my FitzBox normal--

 

07.04.16 05:48:19 The service provider successfully transmitted settings to this device.

 

every day ???

 

 

Yes, that is completely normal.  It is the 2Degrees TR-069 remote management server connecting to check on the box.  It is normally not actually changing any settings, but if there are any new being propogated settings, that is when they get changed.  On my FritzBox, it happens about every 22 hours.


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  #1530431 12-Apr-2016 08:20
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Peter?

 





Amanon

 
 
 
 


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  #1530469 12-Apr-2016 09:28
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Been discussed before:

 

http://www.geekzone.co.nz/forums.asp?forumId=90&topicId=119456

 

http://www.geekzone.co.nz/forums.asp?forumId=90&topicId=123382

 

I stopped investigating at the time, because for me the issues only occurred on ADSL/VDSL connections and not UFB. It even occurred when using the router on another ISP, but when I switched to UFB it fixed itself.

 

Still don't know the root cause of this issue.


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  #1530793 12-Apr-2016 14:20
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Graymond:

 

may not be mysterious call, but are these daily links to my FitzBox normal--

 

07.04.16 05:48:19 The service provider successfully transmitted settings to this device.

 

every day ???

 

 

 

 

Hi Graymond,

 

That is completely normal, that is your device successfully checking back with our systems once daily making sure there isn't any new configuration available for it. This is used to make sure you have the right settings for your internet and phone connection, and helps us to troubleshoot if you are having issues.

 

Thanks,

 

Ralph ^JOB


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  #1531052 12-Apr-2016 20:33
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Thanks all for the explanation..

 

 


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