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Old 07-05-2018, 11:19 PM
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Exclamation IP Office R11 Dect-phone unregisters with autoprovisioning

I have a big problem

IP Office R11 with Dect-phones
The phones unregister when i make any changes on the dectusers in the configuraion.
I have R11 IP Office 500 V2 and newest firmware/bootloader on alla dect-bases.
I have tried with 3-4 differen phones. This error comes only with autoprovisioning.

So, i register a phone, it works
I do a change on the phone in the user in the PBX, like turn twinning on/off.

The phone unregisters...

Anyone have a solution?
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