[asterisk-users] Force sip peers to re register

research at businesstz.com research at businesstz.com
Mon Mar 5 23:31:54 CST 2012

As Kevin pointed out, it is obvious that there is no way of remote reset
those phones since their registration status are unknown.

SIP NOTIFY will only attempt to consult a registered phone and therefore
no need, should it be that way

Let me reconsult polyocm guide and see if there is a quicker way as Eric

> On Mon, Mar 5, 2012 at 8:55 AM, Kevin P. Fleming <kpfleming at digium.com>
> wrote:
>> As Alex pointed out, if the Asterisk server in question needs the phones
>> to
>> re-register in order to send them calls, then it probably cannot send
>> them
>> SIP NOTIFY requests either.
> This.  I don't see how it would be possible to tell the phones to
> reboot unless you sent it from the server they are *currently*
> registered to.  And if you can do that...you don't need to do that...
>> In addition, this NOTIFY request does not cause a Polycom phone to
>> "reset".
>> It instructs the phone to check its provisioning server for any changes
>> to
>> its configuration, and if there are any then apply them (rebooting if
>> necessary). If the configuration has not changed, sending the phone a
>> check-conf NOTIFY should be a no-op.
> Make a small script that uses the touch command to update the
> Polycom's config file mod time/date.  Then issue the standard CLI
> command for them to check config.  No need to actually modify the
> file, it just looks at date/time.
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