I'm currently trying to set up a phone system in a very big house that uses ethernet-over-mains devices to spread the LAN. Problem is everything works ok on this lan except the cisco 7940 ip phones I'm using. The phones are flashed with sip vP003-8-12-00 and they work fine on normal cat5 cables when connected directly to the router but when connected to the network-over-mains-adaptors the display shows 'ethernet disconnected'. I'm using standard patch cables and the mains devices are the 80mb/sec variety. Is there a special setting I need to use on the phones to overcome this problem?
I'll be back at the house over the weekend so I'll check the serial numbers then and see what my luck is like. I tested a 7940 at a different property using an 80mb/sec adaptor and it worked fine. I suppose I'll have to go right back to basics and work up from there, check the lan with a laptop first and see where the problem lies.
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