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TENOR—-Virus???

  • This topic has 16 replies, 1 voice, and was last updated 17 years ago by VoIP Guru.
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  • #26527 Reply
    Linman
    Guest

    My TENOR A800 evlog shows some junk/unreadable charecters.

    IF anyone having idea about VIRUS which affect TENOR, pls let me know.

    #26528 Reply
    kevin
    Guest

    Upgrade your tenor with the latest firmware available. It’s a h323 bug.

    #26529 Reply
    Linman
    Guest

    Upgraded to P4-2-20-27(LEC) . Its working fine for last 24hrs.

    Let us wait and see.

    Thank you.

    #26530 Reply
    VoIP Guru
    Guest

    Hi,

    I have upgrade my Tenor to P4-2-20-31LEC already, the Tenor still generate unreadable/Junk character!!! Any further suggest?

    #26531 Reply
    pthread_create
    Guest

    try power off your tenor for one minute and turn on.. it will give junk if it was upgraded/downgraded with cdr’s in it before the operation..

    #26532 Reply
    romulus
    Guest

    i have some codes that can taking care of that problem, p4-2-20-31 or 32 or 27 only stops the UDP problem few months ago but that’s it.

    #26533 Reply
    VoIP Guru
    Guest

    Thank to pthread_create, but I have tried your suggestion already, it does not work!

    Romulus,

    Can you send me the code? And may I ask where does the codes comes from? Thanks in advance.

    #26534 Reply
    Voip Guru
    Guest

    pthread_create,

    Do you know how to clear the CDR before upgrade?

    #26535 Reply
    pthread_create
    Guest

    memory that holds cdr data is released if quintum is switched off.

    #26536 Reply
    pthread_create
    Guest

    there should be no traffic (tenor in bypass mode) during upgrade.

    #26537 Reply
    Voip Guru
    Guest

    Well, I have more then 1 Tenor, the CDR will be kept in the momery even I switched off the Tenor power.

    Tenor will send out all the CDRs when I turn on the power again!!

    Anyone can help?

    8(

    #26538 Reply
    Sardar Muhammad Nurul Huda
    Guest

    My Tenor some port showing no dial tone detected. Like #1 lines not detected dial tone, but #5 detecting dial tone. I update the firmware. but not still any good result.

    Anyone have good gugession?

    #26539 Reply
    Mat @ Blue Lava
    Guest

    Dear Sardar Muhammad Nurul Huda

    My first guess would be that you have an A800 and you are not using the splitter Y cable that comes with the unit. The first RJ45 port on the PSTN side is actually lines 1 and 5, port 2 is lines 2 and 6, 3 is lines 3 and 7, and so on….

    You need to use the Y cable, plug the single end into the RJ45 port – you then have the cable marked A and B at the other end. A is line 1, B is line 2.

    You cannot use a standard straight through cable as it will not work correctly and probably give you the sort of errors you are getting.

    If you need any further assistance please feel free to contact me.

    Hope this helps

    Mat.
    mhitchcock@blue-lava.co.uk

    #26540 Reply
    Surodas
    Guest

    Recently I purchased one Quintum A200 and trying to configure just as a NAT router. My ISP uses PPPoE. I have configured everything. Now it is working fine, but WAN ip changes every after 2 min automatically. How to stop that one ? Otherwise I will not be able to configure VoIP, to work with my softswitch. If you have any suggestion, pls. let me know.

    #26541 Reply
    Sardar Muhammad Nurul Huda
    Guest

    Dear Mr. Mat,

    Thanks for your e-mail. I using cable which I got from quintum company. This same cable working as well line 2 and 6 (Port 2). But as same cable not working line 1 and 5 (Port1). Port 1 line 1 not working but Line 5 working fine.

    Regards,

    Sardar

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