Well the title says it all. Every time we restart the UC520 it removes it's ip route to the integrated-services-engine 0/0. This renders the voicemail unreachable. The config has been saved to start-up config each time. The route has been added with and without the 'permanent' statement.
We have a second UC540 which doesn't lose the ip route.
It seems I found the solution/problem by accident. I made a backup of the config file to my pc. From there I loaded the backup back into the UC520 via ftp, exact same config. Now it seems to save the ip route properly. Perhaps a corrupt entry in the log file resulting in the fact that the UC520 couldn't save the ip route?
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