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We had to move a customer temporarily from a 7200 V4.92f to a 7200-S V4.95.

OAS card on the 7200 with 12 SIP licenses, 6 MGI/SIP Licenses on the 7200-S.

7200-S is actually running on a tutorial license.

With the exact same credentials the 7200 would register to the SIP provider Reallinx and the 7200-S will not. We tested another SIP provider and the 7200-S will register, but Reallinx will not. We can't figure this one out.

Any ideas?


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I found out what this issue was. Customer did not have a firewall so system had to be set for Private (which really means Public) With Private with Public set, system would not register with SIP provider.

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If you have private with public set and don't put a public ip address in the system will not .

Most sip carriers are smart enough to ignore the private ip address (or if the public ip address is wrong) and take the connection ip address instead.

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Nameless, not this one.

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