We are constantly getting transient connection attempts from our ATA-186 (Version 2.12ms) boxes on the network.(Callmanager ver 3.1.x)
We have 5 ATA devices that are configured as 7960 phones. 4 of these devices are connected to powered 3524 switches and the 5th device is connected to a 6500 switch. Those connected to the 3524 had to have their ip static in order to work. The one connected to the 6500 had to have it DHCP. This rehoming of the ATA device also makes it RING 1 time which is a problem also.
What can be done to stop this transient connection - which in turn should make the 1 ring on the ATA device stop?
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