I'm not exactly sure what is going on with my setup, but I have a voice lan that works where the phone is on 192.168.99.x (vlan 10) and the PC is on 192.168.1.x (vlan 1). The issue that I'm having is when the phone initially boots up - I can ping it, and it will register w/ asterisks, but after about 20 seconds it isn't pingable anymore, and becomes unregistered as a result.
I've removed the phone from the voice lan and it can be pinged and stays registered all day. But when I put it back into the voice lan - it only works for 20-30 seconds then ends up failing. Below is the relivant config - let me know if you need anything else.
Thanks for the reply guru - sorry I was out of town.
These are sip phones - and connect directly to our asterisks server. Again the issue that I'm having is sort of weird. The phone gets the correct vlan IP address - the computer gets the correct vlan IP address - you can ping the phone from the computer for about a minute, then pinging fails and the phone stops working until you reboot the phone. If I place the phone in the same vlan (1) it is pingable forever.
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