As Office 365 users, we have been migrated by MS from Skype Entreprise to Teams.
We've got VVX 410 running 126.96.36.19930 , and it is connected to a Teams Account.
Our main problem is when a call comes, it is put on a queue, whose calls are allocated to a group (3 people) and the phones rings simultaneously.
Our assistant is supposed to take the call with the VVX410, but any of us can (with our Teams softphone and heaset) as there is this queue.
When taking a call from the queue, it seems it will be taken, disappears from the queue, and then comes back to the queue. The phone is incapable to take it properly.
Is there a stable and working software version for this phone who allows to work with Teams properly?
I tried 188.8.131.5273 also, but it is unstable, and my phone goes back to the previous UC Software version.
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Feb 02, 2016 Question:How can I prevent a Poly Phone to be downgraded/upgraded automatically via Skype for Business and/or Office365?
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As this was not my main concern, I had not looked precisely how to avoid being downgraded automatically.
Tomorrow I will try new firmwares, but this migration to Teams is a real headache...
This sounds like an issue that Microsoft had identified with their service. It has since been resolved, but the fix may not have rolled out to your tenant yet.
Do you manage your call queues in the Teams Admin portal (at https://admin.teams.microsoft.com), or through the Skype for Business admin center? If your call queues are still managed through the SfB admin center, your tenant has not yet been migrated to the new platform. If this is the case, you will simply need to wait.
As far as 184.108.40.20673 being "unstable", that is the firmware I'm running on my VVX 411 and I haven't had any issues (although admittedly, I don't use it for much other than testing). If you can give us more details about the problem you're seeing, we might be able to give you some better advice.
Many thanks rgsteele,
I have been rolled out on Teams Queue this week, and it appears to be working! The problem was on Microsoft side, their Teams Queue not working properly with 3PIP Polycom phone.
For the stability of the 220.127.116.1173, it's all my fault, I had not been able to desactivate the auto updating of firmware by Skype. Also Solved thanks to Stephen.
Ouf, merci à tous!!!