Phone: VVX 1500D
Softswitch: OpenScape Voice Server V4.1
We have the following complain from the users: the caller hears several rings before the phone actually rings so very often the caller hangs up and complains that the called person didn't answer but the replay is that the phone only rang two or three times.
Any pointers? Where should be start looking for the problem?I did check the Administrator’s Guide but didn't find any setting that could help me.
Any suggestions would be appreciated.
welcome to the Polycom Community.
Without the Software Version of the VVX1500 (as requested in the FAQ) any community member , or yourselves , would not be able to cross check the Software Release Notes if this is a known issue on the VVX1500.
This is most likely something caused in your Network as I am not aware that the VVX1500 would delay the incoming call in any way.
Best suggestion is to setup a mirrored port on the Phones switch port and verify via Wireshark that the Phone receives the SIP INVITE at the same time as the caller starts hearing the Call Progress tone.
This is described => here <=
If you require additional assistance from Polycom Support to troubleshoot this issue please raise this via your Polycom Reseller as this is outside the scope of this Polycom Community for Polycom employed support personnel.
Polycom Global Services
If official support is required please check how to phone or open a case here----------------
Sorry I didn't give you the complete info. Here it is:
SIP Software version 3.3.1.0769
BootROM Software version 4.3.0.0460
Exact description of behaviour:
- User A calls user B.
- User A hears the ringback but user B doesn't get any sound from the VVX1500 though he gets a visual signal (the LED indicator flashes) and he can see in the screen caller A's name and number.
- After three or four rings (User A's end), user B's phone begins ringing.
This is almost certainly due to the "Alert-Info" header being received by the phone, causing a delay as the phone tries to resolve the URL provided in the header and attempt to retrieve a ring tone file.
If you attempt to deliver a second call into the phone VERY shortly after the first, you *might* not see the delay since the phone "remembers" its previous failed attempt at retrieving the ring tone file.
Kevin Attard Compagno