Here's the deal. The person who built our VOIP system using PBX in a Flash isn't available and I have a problem to solve.
We have 6 Polycom 650 sets, one with the side unit, and a couple 550's. We also have a Panasonic KX-TPA50. What is happening is usually at least twice a day most all the phones will reboot when a call comes in.
When this happens we scramble from phone to phone trying to find one that isn't rebooting, and usually we can find one, usually a SoundPoint 650 model that we can answer while the other's reboot. The Panasonic can always be answered.
This just happened as I was typing this. A call came in and 4 of the 6 650's displayed "Reboot Initiated". The call was answered at the reception phone and transferred to another 650 that did not reboot. I am told earlier today the reception phone also rebooted - so no consistency on which phones reboot except that I got to looking at the Network Statistics menu on the phones and I see not only that 4 of the 6 650's rebooted, but that of the two that didn't reboot one had been up for an hour and a half and the other for about seven hours.
When I looked at the network status on the 550's I saw that they have been up for 34days, so it seems the 550's and the Panasonic are not having the problem - just the 650's.
All the phones, save the Panasonic, are POE and someone suggested that there may be a problem with power to the phones, so I put the AC power supply on one of the phones a couple months back to test that out, but I've seen no difference on that phone - it still reboots with the others.
Don't know what other info to provide except the BootROM is 4.3.1.0440 Bootblock: 2.7.0
(12600_001) and under Components: Version 5.1.2.0009
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This sounds like an issue that should easily be solved.
First, you have not posted your SIP / UCS Version. How to find this is documented in the FAQ. This would ensure that you or others could cross check this against a later software release notes in order to see if this is a known bug.
To troubleshoot I would setup a syslog sever (documented in the FAQ) and then start to call your external number and once the phones in question have rebooted check the phone logs on the syslog server.
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