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Thread: QuadroISDN Gateway Freezing?

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    Default QuadroISDN Gateway Freezing?

    Hi Guys,

    My setup is as follows:

    1 x 16XI Epygi PABX
    2 x QuadroISDN Gateways.

    I have a total of 9 ISDN Lines, and about 26 IP lines in use. Both Gateways are PSTN Slaves to the 16XI PABX.

    Everything works well, except that the ISDN Gateways seem to be freezing on a semi regular basis. It still respond to pings (the only way I know is that it has de-registered on the Master) and I cannt log into it via the browser.

    This happens to one of them, then a few days later it happens to the other one, every single time. Its like they plan it!!

    I have to reboot it to regain my access.

    Also, on a seperate but simliar note, my Call Routing and ISDN line settings are lost every time this happens. Any way to save them (or to automatically disable the related rules should it lose connectivity)?

    It sucks having to redo everything everytime!

    Hope you can help!

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    Hi Mike,

    What FW versions are running on the ISDN PBX and ISDN GWs?

    Thanks
    Ashot

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    Hi Ashot,

    the 16xi PABX is: Firmware Version: 5.1.38
    ISDN Gateways: Firmware Version: 5.1.14

    Regards,

    Mike

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