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Parks
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For several months now this hasn't been working but I not need to pnp new phones on this system. Here is what the snom logfile says:

 

[5]24/12/2001 00:00:09: Using GUI language English from: /mnt/snomlang/gui_lang_EN.xml

[5]24/12/2001 00:00:10: Using WEB language English from: /mnt/snomlang/web_lang_EN.xml

[5]24/12/2001 00:00:10: read_xml_settings: found dial-plan XML header

[5]24/12/2001 00:00:10: read_xml_settings: found one byte encoding: 0

[5]24/12/2001 00:00:18: DHCP: Received IP address 192.168.5.201

[0]24/12/2001 00:00:18: tcp::set_port: Default SO_RCVBUF=43689

[0]24/12/2001 00:00:18: tcp::set_port: Default SO_SNDBUF=16384

[5]24/12/2001 00:00:18: Opening TCP socket on port 843

[5]24/12/2001 00:00:23: Setting server was already set: http://voip.vonvox.net/provisioning/snom360-{mac}.htm

[5]24/12/2001 00:00:23: Fetching URL: http://voip.vonvox.net/provisioning/snom360-000413291522.htm

[5]24/12/2001 00:00:30: sip::process_challenge:No nonce found on response

[2]23/12/2001 16:00:33: start_dst(984276000) end_dst(1004839200) offset_dst(3600) offset_utc(-28800)

[2]23/12/2001 16:00:33: start DST: 03/11/2001 02:00:00 (984276000)

[2]23/12/2001 16:00:33: end DST: 11/04/2001 02:00:00 (1004839200)

[5]23/12/2001 16:00:34: read_xml_settings: found phone-book XML header

[5]23/12/2001 16:00:34: read_xml_settings: found one byte encoding: 0

[5]23/12/2001 16:00:34: Using GUI language English from: /mnt/snomlang/gui_lang_EN.xml

[5]23/12/2001 16:00:35: Using WEB language English from: /mnt/snomlang/web_lang_EN.xml

[0]23/12/2001 16:00:36: tcp::set_port: Default SO_RCVBUF=43689

[0]23/12/2001 16:00:36: tcp::set_port: Default SO_SNDBUF=16384

[5]23/12/2001 16:00:36: Opening TCP socket on port 80

[0]23/12/2001 16:00:36: tcp::set_port: Default SO_RCVBUF=43689

[0]23/12/2001 16:00:36: tcp::set_port: Default SO_SNDBUF=16384

[5]23/12/2001 16:00:36: Opening TCP socket on port 443

[2]28/3/2010 15:44:35: start_dst(1268532000) end_dst(1289095200) offset_dst(3600) offset_utc(-28800)

[2]28/3/2010 15:44:35: start DST: 03/14/2010 02:00:00 (1268532000)

[2]28/3/2010 15:44:35: end DST: 11/07/2010 02:00:00 (1289095200)

 

 

Please let me know your thoughts, thanks.

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