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Started by newbobr4, November 01, 2012, 02:56:06 PM
Quote from: newbobr4 on November 01, 2012, 09:25:14 PMMy Obi110 is running great now Obihai support added the firmware update to my Obi110 and now it's been running for almost 5 hours without rebooting. So if your VOIP provider is Callcentric and your Obi hardware keeps rebooting every 4 to 20 minutes repeatedly, be sure to contact Obihai support for the firmware patch.
Quote from: VOIPisGreat on November 01, 2012, 09:30:40 PMCan you tell me the settings you use to configure callcentric?
Quote from: VOIPisGreat on November 06, 2012, 01:05:05 PMMine still reboots itself after the firmware update, but instead of rebooting every few minutes, it's not rebooting every other day it seems. I am going to try different callcentric settings to see if it makes a difference.
Quote from: lacibaci on November 02, 2012, 06:48:34 AMQuote from: VOIPisGreat on November 01, 2012, 09:30:40 PMCan you tell me the settings you use to configure callcentric?Somebody posted these:ProxyServer = srv.callcentric.comRegistrarServer = leave blankUserAgentDomain = leave blankOutboundProxy = leave blankX_ProxyServerRedundancy = uncheckedX_DnsSrvAutoPrefix = checkedSPx Service:X_KeepAliveEnable = enabledX_KeepAliveExpires = 120 This is what I'm running right know.
Quote from: VOIPisGreat link=topic=4497.msg29759#msg29759My obi has been resetting roughly every other day, with the firmware fix installed. Has anyone else seen the same issue?
Quote from: RoyH on November 08, 2012, 05:27:03 PMQuote from: VOIPisGreat link=topic=4497.msg29759#msg29759My obi has been resetting roughly every other day, with the firmware fix installed. Has anyone else seen the same issue?I don't have the new firmware but I did have an issue with my Obi100 rebooting every 12 hours. When I enabled remote syslog it turned out the the Obi was trying to renew its DHCP address (halfway through the DHCP lease of 24 hours) and my Netgear router was refusing to renew. When that happens the Obi reboots itself, requests a new DHCP address, and everything is fine.The cause was a bug in my Netgear router firmware when you try to assign a specific IP address to a device via DHCP. If the address is outside the range of the DHCP pool then the router won't renew it.http://forum1.netgear.com/showthread.php?t=59228I changed the assigned IP address to be inside the DHCP pool and the rebooting stopped. Not sure if this is your problem but it sounds similar. Ideally the Obi would negotiate a new IP when it receives a DHCP NAK instead of rebooting.