We cut over one of our remote sites last week to all IP. Our remote sites usually consist of anywhere from 8 to 32 Cisco IP phones as well as up to 48 ports of analog supporting that number of single line wall phones throughout the site. We have a claxton at a number of these sites, last week being the first one and when dialed up; it seems likes it rings once then goes dead; ( the port rings once then goes dead, one never hears the claxton). I rolled the cross connect and received the same effect. I was wondering if I will be required to install an external ring generator to provide the proper ring voltage to the claxton or night bell.
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The purpose of this document is to present the different troubleshooting steps to take when some service from the Cisco IM & Presence Service Server have not started gracefully.
The States of a service
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