3cx autodiscover not working over Ubiquiti link

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  1. engin411

    engin411 New Member

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    We use T46G's with 3CX, and normally when I bootup a new phone, it shows up easily in the 3CX Phones node. Today I did this via our wired LAN, and it worked just fine. Then I installed another new T46G at an outbuilding that's connected via Ubiquiti M5 point-to-point link, and there the autodiscover into the Phones node does not work.

    Has anyone experienced this with Ubiquiti radios?

    Our network is flat - no Vlan's, only one IP range.
    TIA.
     
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    craigreilly Well-Known Member

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    I think the ubiquity might block multicast requests by default...
    I would check their wiki for more info...

    As a test Try multicast paging between the buildings... If it doesn't work - then I think this is the answer.
     
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    Multicast is turned on. It still doesn't work.

    I found that the $MA.xml file for a Cisco file is not in the provisioning folder. Perhaps that's the bigger issue. Can someone PM me this file?

    **Edit - I am trying this with a Yealink T46G and a Cisco 525G2 I have here.
     
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    I turned Multicast on on the Ubiquiti radios, but that didn't make a difference.
    Then I just moved on... I only have a handful of phones using these PTP links, so I just provision them at my office and then deploy them.
    Thanks for the suggestions.
     
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