I have some problems with my IVR and my incoming calls. First, I will give you some information about my devices and system and then I'll explain the issues. I have 5 IP Phones, model cisco CP-6941.I have set up an IVR which plays a recording and asks caller press. For first 5 -15 minuts it working fine, but after some time like 5-15 minutes, I get the following issue 1.my outgoing calls work perfectly but issue happens with my incoming calls. 2.I get either a busy signal or a complete silence. 3.none of my IP phones ring. So it seems like reinitializing the previous configuration makes it work again. Do you have any idea about what could be my problem? I'm trying to troubleshoot this but I can't find any explanation.
You dont mention what call control youre using, you dont mention what you use for IVR, and you dont mention what you use for PSTN calls... There is no way you can get a reply if you dont provide the necessary info.
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