My Spectel 700 conference bridge (now owned by Avaya) will lock up about every 2 weeks, when this happens users can not dial in and I can't log in. The quick fix is to power down and power back up but I can't keep on doing that.
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Follow these steps : •1 Reset the bridge. Accomplish this by manually disconnecting the power source from the wall or the back of the bridge. Leave it disconnected for 30 seconds to a minute so that the software contained therein can fully reset. Reconnect the bridge and wait two to three minutes until the network is back up and running again. In many cases, a simple reset can solve your network-related bridge problems.
•2 Ascertain whether there is network activity on your computers. Accomplish this by looking at the back of each computer at the network card. There should be two lights next to your Ethernet port--at least one of these lights should be completely lit without flickering. This indicates that the network card in the machine is operational and ready to receive a signal, eliminating that as a possible problem source.
•3 Move the bridge to a different location to determine whether interference is preventing the network computers from receiving a proper signal. If possible, relocate the bridge to the same room in which the computers are located and try to reset the connection again.
•4 Determine whether the bridge has failed altogether or whether the wireless signal from the bridge has failed. Accomplish this by physically connecting the computers to the wireless bridge through the use of Ethernet cables. If this restores network connectivity, you know that the only problem with the bridge is the wireless signal emission.
This means the signin API is locked into the bridge.
You need to run "clearapi" to clear the hung api connectin slot.
Login with dcbguest , navigate to /usr/dcb/bin
use "dumpapi" to list the active signins along with api slot.
Then use "clearapi" to clear the respective api slot.
This will fix your problem without reinitializing the bridge.
Step 1: Connect the Wireless-G Music Bridge to your router using an Ethernet cable. For instructions, click here. Step 2: Access the Wireless-G Music Bridge’s web-based setup page. For instructions, click here. Step 3: When the Wireless-G Music Bridge’s setup page appears, scroll down to the Wireless section and look for Wireless Mode and select Infrastructure. Step 4: Look for the Wireless Network Name (SSID) field, enter the wireless network’s SSID.
If this doesn't work let me know