Question about Hitachi WIP-5000 IP Wireless Phone
After I define the date and time on the phone, the definitions fall back to its default value after some minutes. I have tried defining it manually or using a time server, but the behaviour is the same in both cases. I would expect the phone to keep the date and time definition all time, even if it looses the wifi network or power. Best regards, Rogerio
Does the date/time revert back only after you send/receive a call? If so, it's possible that it's trying to pull the local time from your SIP provider, and either that's not working as it should, or their server has the wrong dame/time set.
Posted on Sep 22, 2007
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