QBZappy: could you post an explanation of what the two settings (enabled/disabled) on each of those switches does? A definition of the word "provisioning" would probably help too - I'm not a telecomite, I'm a software geek, I know it means something weird but I don't know what it is. (I am a native English speaker, but that doesn't help.)
I've noticed that the Obitalk and the Obi202 have different opinions about what the current settings on a 202 are, yet clearly there can only be one setting. I've also noticed that obitalk can't change some settings possibly as a result, and it can't change other settings because "apply" simply doesn't make a change. I've also noticed that my "provisioning" options got "disabled".
A logical assumption would be that the 202 auto-disables feeding from some source (provision == food, right?) when an option is changed via the LAN web interface and that option does not auto-update back to the potential provisioner/feeder, however I can believe that logic is an erroneous assumption in this case.
John Bowler <email@example.com