Rob Lloyd Posted November 6, 2008 Report Share Posted November 6, 2008 I have a client using that has a unique application. They are using a push button/speaker/mic device to automatically connect to pbxnsip and connect to a conference room. That works fine. All the devices are in the same conference room and this lets everyone communicate like an intercom system. If the devices reboot there is no bye packet being sent. When they boot back up and automatically dial the conference room again the call status shows that the same extension now has 2 calls in there. Will this cause problems after a couple days or weeks or months? The extension is only showing 1 registration since it is from the same IP. They are just concerned with the extra, no longer connected calls. Will this eventually crash the system as the CPU starts going up and up from all these simulaneous calls? I don't think it matters but they are using the 410 and 425 appliances but it also does this on windows and linux. They have also tried 3CX and had the same results so it's not PBXnSIP specific. What can be done to prevent problems or is this a non-issue? Thanks. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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