I originally thought that this was an issue with MD5 Authentication but now I'm thinking that I haven't configured the CME correctly. I've got the Linksys SPA942 phones registered and working fine, I thought the SIP trunk would be similar - or am I off the mark?
Anyone got a relevant sample part of the CME config?
I've got this working OK. I didn't have the sip-ua configured properly. SPA9000 now registering OK and I can call fine from the Linksys phones to the CME phones, only hiccup is that I need to configure the DID on the SPA9000 to allow incoming calls - in progress
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