I have several VVX411 phones that are locking up and flashing all lines green. Have to reboot the phone to get it back working.
Using RingCentral as provider and they show no issues.
Not using Skype for Business. Just basic VOIP services
|UC Software Version||188.8.131.5209|
I am not finding any similar issue in the KB or on Google.
Hello @MPenn ,
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I suggest either Ring Central or you should get this into support.
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Thank you for that, I have support links into Polycom.
A question that I have is that this is occurring infrequently on a couple of our VVX411 phones. Is it possible that bad network packets or something similar is causing the phone to do this?
I am an old school IT nerd that is new to VOIP. This is my first foray into VOIP and it is not going as well as I had anticipated. This may be outside the scope of this support system, but I am grasping at straws to fix a few random issues. I have verified with Ring Central support that everything is correct, but I keep getting random issues such as a single phone that is part of a ring group not ringing, and also the flashing green lines. The biggest problem is that the issues are completely random and I cannot readily duplicate the issue. I can't tell if this is network or phone hardware related.
I have a Sonicwall TZ400 and have white listed the Ring Central IP addresses, so I don't THINK that there are malicious SIP packets coming into the phones, but I don't know how to truly verify this. I have run the external IP address through ipfingerprints.com and it shows that the system is locked down as it should be. It is a small office with 8 PCs and only 8 phone lines on a 200mb/10mb cable line that is showing about 100% reliability, My bandwidth on the gigabit LAN is minimal so I don't see it as a congestion issue.
via the community, there is no official support as we are all volunteers answering in our own spare time.
Support can only come via opening a support ticket.
You could start with this:
Jan 19, 2012 Question: How to troubleshoot Polycom VoIP related Issues?
Resolution: Please check => here <=
Most likely something is blocking the messages coming and going from the phone and the phone therefore getting in a random state.
After a reboot, it registered "normal" to the Ring Central server until a message does not arrive on the phone or is not getting to Ring Centrals SIP server.