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Now I though this was odd when an end user tried to convince me his was dointhis....until yesterday.  My HDX4k received a call during an extended RMX VMR test. The call came from E.164@mypublic IP.  My CDR has a bunch of entries for yesterday & today.  The HDX4k is V3.1.1.3 & not registered to SIP/GK or anything else.  Any guesses?  Calls are late evening & early am so I'm pointing the finger at our Yankee cousins 🙂

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If you have SIP enabled, even though the HDX is not registered, it WILL try to recieve the call (sniff it for the INVITE)..

 

Disable SIP in the network area and the HDX won't respond to Port 5060 INVITEs...

 

Gary M

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the call which hited on which endpoint if it come in pattern E.164@publicip so it should hit the system which is registered to GK.

 

 

Regards

 

Yash Pal

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E.164 = 100 & myPublicIP = the standalone public IP on my HDX4k.  It is not regitered to a GK or SIP Registrar.  Both are turned off.  So it loks like it is calling itself.

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E.164(alias)stands for which device or is this meeting room on Video Bridge??

 

Regards

 

Yash Pal

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Hi YashPal.  This HDX4k is totally standalone, no GK, no MCU, no infrastructure.

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If you have SIP enabled, even though the HDX is not registered, it WILL try to recieve the call (sniff it for the INVITE)..

 

Disable SIP in the network area and the HDX won't respond to Port 5060 INVITEs...

 

Gary M

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but in your earlier comment you use the below term

 

E.164 = 100 & myPublicIP = the standalone public IP

 

the E.164 generate once you regestered your device with GK

 

Regards

 

Yash Pal

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Unbeknownst to me, someone had re-enablled SIP.  It's off again now so I think your explanation covers it.  Happy Monday GM.

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