Fanvil reboot phone on PJSIP not working

VitalPBX Community Support Reporting an Issue New Provisioning System (EPM) – 2021 (Beta) Fanvil reboot phone on PJSIP not working

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    mo10
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    Fanvil on pjsip, reboot button in vitalpbx not working.
    Tested with X6U.
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    What is the command suggested for that brand?
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    i tried this i think some time ago an documented with Fanivl and it was working:

    rasterisk -x ‘pjsip send notify yealink-reboot endpoint 111’

    asterisk -x”pjsip send notify yealink-reboot <endpoint or URI>”

    If multiple phones (max contacts) connected but only reboot certain phone:
    pjsip send notify reboot uri sip:103@<ip addr>

    Does this help?

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    Have you tried that command with your current phone?
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    How should this work if it is not in /etc/asterisk/vitalpbx/pjsip_notify__10-default.conf anymore?
    So no, it is not working.

    This is NOT working for Fanvil X6U:
    asterisk -x “pjsip send notify reboot-fanvil endpoint 1″

    This IS working for Fanvil X6U:
    asterisk -x “pjsip send notify reboot-yealink endpoint 1″

    This should work for all fanvil phones.

    Keep in mind: “…. endpoint 1” will reboot all connected phones as endpoint 1.
    What would be the right URI to get this to work?

    Those are NOT working:
    asterisk -x “pjsip send notify reboot-fanvil uri sip:1@192.168.1.48”
    asterisk -x “pjsip send notify reboot-yealink uri sip:1@192.168.1.48”

    Does this help?

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    This is what we have in our configurations file; it is almost the same. Does this mean the phone needs to be rebooted in order to read the configurations?

    [reboot-yealink]
    Event=>check-sync\;reboot=true
    
    ; Fanvil
    [reboot-fanvil]
    Event => check-sync
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    mo10
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    This is what we have in our configurations file; it is almost the same. Does this mean the phone needs to be rebooted in order to read the configurations?

    [reboot-yealink]
    Event=>check-sync\;reboot=true
    
    ; Fanvil
    [reboot-fanvil]
    Event => check-sync

    Thanks a lot. This is really cool.
    For sure i thought the telephone needs rebooting (since its called reboot-fanvil). But i checked again now and it will really autoprovision again without rebooting.
    It is taking about 20-30 seconds. And the Buttons on Vitalpbx webgui say: “restart phone” so i thought this is neeed for it to work. But it does not need to reboot. Cool.
    Thanks again!

    So yealink needs rebooting? Not rebooting is an advantage for Fanivl over Yealink then.

    • This reply was modified 3 days, 15 hours ago by mo10.
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