After receiving the SPA-2100 I have a problem with it. SPA-2100 further revert to as ATA.
It's seems to be in this stage and never comes out of it:
Slow Blinking (0.5s ON, 0.5s OFF continuous)
- System Initialization; only happens when the SPA boots-up, the time could be as long as 10 seconds (hardware reboot) to two seconds (warm reboot).
- Firmware downloading.
- Looking for DHCP.
Further symptoms are:
1) The yellow and green status lights (All lights Status, Line1, Line2, Wan and Wan) on the ATA continues flashing once power is connected (with no other cables connected). I have tried disconnecting and "resting" the ATA and then reconnecting the power but the yellow and green status lights never "stabilize" and will continue flashing intermittently;
2) When the ATA's WAN port is connected directly to my router Lan port and the ATA's PC port connected to my laptop it reports that the network connection cycles through available then limited and there after disconnected ("Local Area Connection - A network cable is unplugged") on the same cycle that both the ATA yellow and green status indicators and the modem's LAN connectivity light indicate.
4) Listening to the connected analog phone you can hear no sound feedback through the earpiece. Also no commands seem to work. (****, etc)
I hope this device can still be made workable.
I hate to say it man, but it looks (after viewing the video) as though that device is toast. Where did you get it, how long have you had it, have you contacted the sbsc (866-606-1866) for support on it, and when did this start happening? If you got it from a VoIP provider, then you must contact them for a new unit. If the device was purchased by you, then you can provide the serial number to the small business support center for a possible rma. If you have had it longer than the hardware warranty is for, then you will need to buy another device. The link lights on each ethernet port should not be on unless there is an active connection on the other end. It looks like the device is stuck in its' boot cycle (POST) and will not initialize. Good luck.