Ports 3-8 seem to be sending an IP address on the SPA's own LAN (192.168.101.X) in their SIP registration messages. Ports 1-2 send the IP of the device itself. Any way to get the device to use its own actual IP (WAN static IP) in the SIP registration for ALL ports? Call manager is rejecting registration of lines 3-8 because of this IP issue. The device shows a different IP on its own local LAN 101.X for each pair of ports (ports 3-4 as 101.2, ports 5-6 as 101.3. ports 7-8 as 101.4).
The management console for the device does not appear to allow turning the device's local LAN on/off, or making any changes to its configuration. The admin guide indicated IVR option 201 can be used to switch the device between router (assumed default) and Bridge/Switch mode (assumed what I need) but the device says option 201 is invalid when I try to use it in the IVR.
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QuestionDear All,I'm currently looking for firmware version 18.104.22.168 for Linksys SPA400 Analog Telephony Gateway. Unfortunately, my device was bricked and I was able to recover it using a recovery tool and recovery firmware version 22.214.171.124 but can't find v...
Change in ASD Automatic Software Download Feature
Dec 13th, 2019
Cisco RV160, 260, 340, and 345 Series Routers
Due to an API change in Cisco’s software download platform the Automatic Download Feature (ASD) on RV series routers will be temporarily ...
SFP Module Support List for RV160x and RV260x Devices
Small form-factor pluggable (SFP) ports are included on the RV160 and 260 routers to allow the use of optical SFP transceiver modules. SFP’s convert the optical signals to electrical signals. SFP’s al...