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Cisco Bug: CSCun88417 - FINT not re-usable after unregistering Analog port on SIP Gateway

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Dec 10, 2014

Products (1)

  • Cisco Hosted Collaboration Solution (HCS)

Known Affected Releases

8.1(4)

Description (partial)

Symptom:
Details:
When you register an analogue port, a route pattern is created on CUCM pointing
to the SIP gateway. When you unregister the port (in Location Administration/
Analogue Line Management, the route pattern is not deleted and the DN cannot be
used when registering another device...


Steps to Reproduce:
1.Add an analog gateway with SIP as the protocol
2.Add Ports
3.Register port with an internal number
4.Unregister the port
5.
6.
Actual Results:  
Route pattern stays in CUCM (even if the internal number is deleted) and FINT
can't be used to register another phone

Expected Results:  
Route pattern is deleted from CUCM and the internal number can be used to
register another device

Conditions:
Details:
When you register an analogue port, a route pattern is created on CUCM pointing
to the SIP gateway. When you unregister the port (in Location Administration/
Analogue Line Management, the route pattern is not deleted and the DN cannot be
used when registering another device...


Steps to Reproduce:
1.Add an analog gateway with SIP as the protocol
2.Add Ports
3.Register port with an internal number
4.Unregister the port
5.
6.
Actual Results:  
Route pattern stays in CUCM (even if the internal number is deleted) and FINT
can't be used to register another phone

Expected Results:  
Route pattern is deleted from CUCM and the internal number can be used to
register another device
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