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7906G SIP no busy tone

Hi! How to make 7906G with SIP11.9-0-3S.loads registered on CUCM Express 7.1 provide a busy tone when the other phone drops the call? All I get is silence and I need it to provide a busy tone.

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Hall of Fame Master

Do not use SIP with CME. Upgrade the phone to SCCP and everything will work fine.

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Well, I need SIP to get the conformance certificate for 7906G as a SIP-phone.. So there's no way to sort the issue out, is there?

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"conformance certificate" ???

Perhaps you want things working good and solid first.

Only SCCP works well with CME.

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Beginner

SIP works fine on CME.

I use it in large CME production environments without issue.

To assist with your issue please capture the output of a failed call using 'debug ccsip messages' and attach it to your post.

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SIP works fine on CME.

False, the relevant number of bugs and lack of features is evident and documented. I have a long list personally.

One for all, lack of languale localization.

I use it in large CME production environments without issue.

That simply means your user are not very demanding, and tolerant to bugs.

Do yourself a favor, try SCCP and then let us know.

To the person that low rated a post of mine above:

Sorry but the information I have provided is 100% true and correct, even if you don't like it.

If you can disprove it, I will be happy to correct myself. Thanks, Paolo.

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The debug info attached. I can hear a busy tone from the phone when destination is unavailable. And I'm interested in forcing the phone to play a busy tone when the other party hangs up so that the user knows, that the call was dropped. Maybe it could be somehow done with *.xml config files, but I don't know..

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Let us know if you ever get to solve this problem, posting debugs or by any other manner.

In the meanwhile, my advice above stands.