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Voice mail ports is getting 169.x.x.x ip address

Hi,

After integrating Call Manager with Unified Voice Messaging Server, the voice mail ports are getting 169.254.104.189 IP address. I m not able understand from where it is getting this IP address and how to resolve it.

Regards

R. Rajaraman

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Re: Voice mail ports is getting 169.x.x.x ip address

Check on your Unity server to see if you have another Ethernet interface enabled that shouldn't be. You likely have a second Ethernet interface that has that address. You can verify that with "ipconfig /all" from a command prompt on the Unity server. That's an auto-config address, one that Windows selects out of the 169.254.0.0/16 space if an interface is configured for DHCP that can't get a lease. Unity does not support multihomed servers, and has no way to detect or recover from this type of misconfiguration.

Disable that interface from the Network and Dial-up Connections Control Panel and restart Unity, and the problem should go away.

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Re: Voice mail ports is getting 169.x.x.x ip address

Hi,

Thanks for the reply....

The problem got resolved when i used integration manager in the Unity Server.

Thanks and regards,

R. Rajaraman.

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Re: Voice mail ports is getting 169.x.x.x ip address

In the HP 320 G3 servers, the unity license can point to the incorrect MAC address. Disable the second NIC and move the cable to the correct NIC

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