First idea comes in mind - do you have numbers available? In the CallManager settings you define the range of DNs available for a registration, as well as what partition they belong. After you got "the Auto-registration range", go to the list of you phones and see what was the last number in that range.
I know this doesn't actually help you in any way, but I thought I'd throw in that we're having the same issue with Auto-Reg not working. We've checked spare DN's etc and all looks okay. I was passed a bug ref number which supposedly covered this issue, but it didn't really gel with me. Basically it was supposed to be an issue with a failed DB Stored Procedure when an upgrade was done on CCM. We've found that Auto-Reg works some of the time, usually until the next reboot of the CM Servers.
I know another Cisco customer around here is having the same issue which is apparently still outstanding.
My problem is solved.The solution was easy and stupid.
A collegue of mine had added an extra CCM in the cluster and had put that one as default "auto registration" CCM in the cluster.So i did disable the new one and enabled the "old" one but forgot to adapt in "callmanager group" the default server.
I suppose this will not be the same issue with you,Nathan. ;)
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