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Hi, We have a Vodavi XTS - IP system with VOIP.

The VOIP stopped working awhile ago the system is fine but I can not seem to get it working (VOIP). I have got another card- VOIP I can see the VOIP is online with static IP. Everything seems fine but none of the phones will connect.
I have used every possible combo on the remote phones - I have tested many locations. I have checked all firewalls.

Thanks in advance for any help



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Can you connect a VoIP phone on the same LAN as the XTS?

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Nope - I can not

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Do you have your programming and licensing correct? how many channels is the Voip card?

Also if it is a newer one make sure you are plugged into the correct port on the card.

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Oobie - I think its correct. I have not changed anything that I am aware of. The VOIP works for years without an issue. However , it could be something related to programming, I can not rule that out. I checked in admin programming and VOIP is listed in the correct slot , IP information looks good and when I change some settings like subnet mask - i can no longer ping the IP.

The VOIP on a static ip is ping-able and replying.

I think its a (4) channel. When I ordered a replacement VOIP card - it did NOT come with the VOIP Expansion Cards - So... I had to carry that smaller card over from OLD VOIP. I can not rule out VOIP Expansion Card problem.


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Have you tried programming a local Static IP address and plugging statically assigning the phone on the same subnet and plug both of them into a small switch to bypass everything?

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Yes - Just tested a cross cable between phone and VOIP. - Reports no ACK.

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Do you have an extension programmed as an IP extension and is the Extension setup and pointed to the proper IP?

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Yes I should have that completed.

I recall usually when the VOIP card is working - there are some LED lights by the top of the card. Usually the top (2) light up. I see nothing on those LED only on the LAN leds. When I restart the card the top LED lights flash then go out.



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I got it working tonight l- after many hours.

I found that my system profile and same settings will work on firmware 3.0 but with firmware 3.5 voip will not work!

Must be some extra settings required in new firmware ?

Where can I download the windows admin program and get firmware images ?

How can I enter dns information for voip ? I don’t see dns in flash voip programming

Thanks

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