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Old 02-26-2012, 07:07 PM
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Default DIG-IP-S error

Hello,

Does anyone has experience in solving DIG-IP-S error?

From the error type description.
Error Type 257 tracks failures of the signaling path PING test. The test attempts to send a
PING packet to the endpoint IP address, as reported during registration. The PING packet
originates with the C-LAN board through which the endpoint is registered. If the PING
response packet is received, the test passes. If the PING response packet times out, the
test fails.



From the above, it seems to me that it can be packet drop at the CLAN, IP Phone or even the network.

I hope to have guidance that i can learn from forum for the above error.
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