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07-20-2016 05:20 AM
I have a CMA neighbored with a DMA, and HDX endpoints registered to one or the other. When I try making a call using the H.323 ID from one to the other, the calls fails, with a far end unreachable message. The strange thing is that this only happens if the H.323 ID has an @ sign in it. Any other text string works fine. Logs from the calling HDX reveal this:
016-07-20 10:25:25 WARNING avc: pc: outgoing h323 call to email@example.com, rate 1920, disconnected with cause code 171
I can't find a reference to cause code 171 anywhere on the internet. Can anyone help?
07-20-2016 07:11 AM
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