I have only one user that is getting the following error on her CIPC:
UCM down, features disable.
AFAIK, this is related to a communication problem between the cipc and cucm. However, I dont see errors at the switchport. Any ideas?
What's between the equipment IPC is, and the CUCM server???
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Sorry this delayed response. Well, this is how it is:
IPC --> 4500 --> Nexus 7k --> Nexus 5k --> UCS with cucm
If the issue is reproducible, then a parallel capture from the IP phone as well as the primary callmanager server ( to which the ip phone is registered ) would prove if any TCP / Skinny / SIP messages are getting lost during transit.
Some useful informaion about the possible causes in the following post
Try registering with a diff server, check if only one cipc is affected or a lot of them, CPU / Memory usage on cucm when the issue occurs, apart from checking intermediate devices as suggested by Jaime.
I did what you mentioned. Since we have two cucm server (Pub and Sub) I've configured only one server on user cipc. So far, everything seems to be good. I will switch to the another server eventually and if the user cipc drop calls while connected to the second server, I will open RTMT and see on the logs. There is no error whatsoever on user interface and we have a lot more users on the same floor without any problem!
What I found was the following:
1 - User cipc connected ONLY to the publisher, the cipc does not drop on calls
2 - User cipc connected ONLY to the subscriber, the call drops and the cipc freezes on user screen.
My thoughts, maybe...maybe some local firewall application doing something when traffic is going to the subscriber?? Besides that...the path is the same..there was no stp re-convergence whatsoever...
That's why a parallel packet capture between CIPC and Subscriber is required to confirm any packet drops. Additionally i would suggest checking the replication on the cluster.