DHCP is sharing the ip addresses for the two soft-phones, and the telephony-services supports 5 phones maximum.
Non-secure calls are OK, but when I try to activate SECURITY MODE in ENCRYPTED ( mode secure on the CME server), after loading all the configuration necessary to secure calls, the phones are blocked in starting and they display: REGISTRATION REJECTED: maximum phones excceded, even if in non secure mode, all seem to be OK.
Running the debug ephone register command, I remarked a line: Registering Device (security 0) Mismatch the ephone configuration (mode 3) the CME: reject registration .
Could someone help me please? I spent weeks to find solutions but I'm still new in that field, and I hope someone will answer .
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