I am attaching debug logs--I only set Wireless and Network settings to debug to prevent flooding the logs. I have been able to duplicate this issue on a second 7925G. Everything about the boot/registration process went as expected, including download of firmware & AOM files. At the last step of registration, it began experiencing the same connectivity errors as above. I removed one phone's configuration from CUCM and performed a factory reset. It is displaying the "Not In Service" error, but is maintaining network connectivity. I know Platinum QoS is the requested standard for WLANs supporting 7925s. We are not configured for Platinum on our wireless but I wouldn't think that would have such a drastic impact on all network function. Edit: I did also check Site Survey mode and confirmed there is widespread channel availability.
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I am trying to register a 7925G to our CUCM v.8.6. Everything in the beginning of the boot process goes fine: 1. Phone receives IP address from DHCP 2. Phone communicates with TFTP server and successfully downloads configurations and firmware 3. Phone attempts to register to primary Subscriber At this point, the phone suddenly begins cycling through several network connectivity errors: Locating Network Services, Network Busy, Leaving Service Area, Connection Failed. This occurs on firmware versions 22.214.171.124 and 126.96.36.199--note that the phone is able to successfully connect to the TFTP server and download firmware. A continuous ping of the phone's IP reveals that it is pingable through the boot process, then becomes unreachable once it tries to register. Could a configuration error possibly compromise a phone's network connectivity? Thanks in advance for any advice!
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