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echo cancellation revert after reboot

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echo cancellation revert after reboot

device info

 

Phone Information
Phone ModelVVX 201
Part Number3111-40450-001 Rev:A
MAC Address64:16:7F:8B:14:05
IP ModeIPv4
IP Address172.16.16.191
UC Software Version5.5.2.9374
Updater Version5.7.2.21930

i have provisioning phone I'm using 

voice.ns.hd.enable="1"
voice.aec.hd.enable="1"
voice.aes.hd.enable="1"

attributes for enable/disable echo cancellation but it reverts back to the previous config after reboot .

 
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Polycom Employee & Community Manager

Re: echo cancellation revert after reboot

Hello @milansuthar 

 

Welcome back to the Poly community. As already explained >here< you  have marked >here< and >here< as solution provided.

 

What was the actual solution for >here<?

 

Without this, the marked post has no meaning and does not help anybody.

 

For >here< the suggestions where to get this into support and/or work with Broadsoft.

 

Again which was your solution for the issue?

 

Prior to explaining and documenting this, we will not be able to answer or try and help you with your new issue.

 

Best Regards

 

Steffen Baier




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