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Hi,

 

We are using the cs-425 in a unique way. We have our own manufactured SIP endpoints that are configured to auto register with the cs-425 and auto call into a preconfigured conference.

There are 11 devices - x401 through x411. All devices are calling int x700 so they can conference with eachother.

 

So, all devices are listed in the call status (401-411). Everything is good.

 

The problem I am having is this: if the endpoint loses and regains power, or is rebooted, it calls back into the conference and shows up twice in the call status. This can create a problem as the cs-425 thinks the ports are being used when they are not in reality.

 

Is there a way for the call to be disconnected by the cs-425 if the device is no longer connected, or 'unregisters ungracefully'?

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We are using the cs-425 in a unique way. We have our own manufactured SIP endpoints that are configured to auto register with the cs-425 and auto call into a preconfigured conference.

There are 11 devices - x401 through x411. All devices are calling int x700 so they can conference with eachother.

 

So, all devices are listed in the call status (401-411). Everything is good.

 

The problem I am having is this: if the endpoint loses and regains power, or is rebooted, it calls back into the conference and shows up twice in the call status. This can create a problem as the cs-425 thinks the ports are being used when they are not in reality.

 

Is there a way for the call to be disconnected by the cs-425 if the device is no longer connected, or 'unregisters ungracefully'?

 

If your device does send keep-alive traffic while the mute button is engaged, things are simple: Just reduce the one-way audio timeout to something like a minute. You can do that by changing the setting "timeout_conference" in the global config file (see http://wiki.pbxnsip.com/index.php/Global_Configuration_File).

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