ATA - Turn off 2nd Port

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May 29th, 2008

How do you turn off the second port on an ATA? I would like it not to register with Call Manager and thus use up DLUs for unused ports or cause transient connection errors.

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Steve

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Correct Answer by evanrichards about 8 years 6 months ago

Go to the webpage of the ata device, for instance http://10.1.1.125. From there select the 'SCCP Paramaters' (assuming you are using sccp). Once at the parameters page, set SID1 to 0 and click apply. The event log errors will go away after this.

Correct Answer by thisisshanky about 8 years 6 months ago

Steve,

To disable auto registration for any of the port set Sid 0 or Sid1 to 0 or empty. This will disable the port and not attempt a registration with CM. If you want to manually add the port in CM, put Sid0 or Sid1 as the mac-address of the appropriate port.

Sankar

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thisisshanky Thu, 05/29/2008 - 07:37

Steve,

To disable auto registration for any of the port set Sid 0 or Sid1 to 0 or empty. This will disable the port and not attempt a registration with CM. If you want to manually add the port in CM, put Sid0 or Sid1 as the mac-address of the appropriate port.

Sankar

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evanrichards Thu, 05/29/2008 - 07:59

Go to the webpage of the ata device, for instance http://10.1.1.125. From there select the 'SCCP Paramaters' (assuming you are using sccp). Once at the parameters page, set SID1 to 0 and click apply. The event log errors will go away after this.

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