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5510 / 5130 : all Mitel IP phones fall at the same time and regularly.

ferdo
Advisor

5510 / 5130 : all Mitel IP phones fall at the same time and regularly.

Hi,

In my network of 5130 switches connected to 3 HP 5510 in IRF, all Mitel IP phones fall at the same time and regularly.
Are there any known issues with the 5130 or 5510 switches ?

Need help please.

Regards

5 REPLIES
Vince-Whirlwind
Honored Contributor

Re: 5510 / 5130 : all Mitel IP phones fall at the same time and regularly.

Your Mitel phones could be rebooting because either,
1/ Your switches are interrupting power
or
2/ They are losing their connection to the voice controller and trying to fail-over to the secondary (do you have one)?

It would be very weird for all your switches to be interrupting PoE at the same time, so I would personally be looking at your controller availability, not the switches. - unless you have a badly configured network with frequent broadcast storms - you have STP configured, right? Are you getting any congestion on your switchports?

The phones send keep-alives to the controller every few seconds (or maybe the controller sends them to the phones) and if they get no response to 3 (or 5) of them in a row, (also if a certain number of keep-alives drop over a longer period) then the phone will reset itself.

There is a form on the controller called something like 'controller registry'. It can be worth adjusting these values to make the phones less sensitive, for example in a link failure scenario where you are relying on BGP to restore connectivity, the default Mitel values are not quite enough for the phones to ride-out the outage during fail-over and need to be extended.

ferdo
Advisor

Re: 5510 / 5130 : all Mitel IP phones fall at the same time and regularly.

Hi Vince-Whirlwind,

Thank you very much for responding.
In fact I imagined the 2 cases you mention.
Regarding the power of the switches, I check it with the following commands, I thought that power was not in question.

<VCN-SW-01>display poe device slot 1
Slot 1:
PSE ID Slot No. SSlot No. PortNum MaxPower(W) State Model
4 1 0 48 370.0 On LSP7POEB
<VCN-SW-01>display poe device slot 2
Slot 2:
PSE ID Slot No. SSlot No. PortNum MaxPower(W) State Model
7 2 0 48 370.0 On LSP7POEB
<VCN-SW-01>display poe pse ?
<4,7> PSE ID
> Redirect it to a file
>> Redirect it to a file in append mode
| Matching output
<cr>

<VCN-SW-01>display poe pse
PSE ID : 4
Slot No. : 1
SSlot No. : 0
PSE Model : LSP7POEB
PSE Status : Enabled
Power Priority : Low
Current Power : 85.4 W
Average Power : 85.3 W
Peak Power : 88.1 W
Max Power : 370.0 W
Remaining Guaranteed Power : 370.0 W
PSE CPLD Version : -
PSE Software Version : 145
PSE Hardware Version : 57633
Legacy PD Detection : Disabled
Power Utilization Threshold : 80
PD Power Policy : Disabled
PD Disconnect-Detection Mode : DC

PSE ID : 7
Slot No. : 2
SSlot No. : 0
PSE Model : LSP7POEB
PSE Status : Enabled
Power Priority : Low
Current Power : 24.8 W
Average Power : 24.7 W
Peak Power : 25.4 W
Max Power : 370.0 W
Remaining Guaranteed Power : 370.0 W
PSE CPLD Version : -
PSE Software Version : 145
PSE Hardware Version : 57633
Legacy PD Detection : Disabled
Power Utilization Threshold : 80
PD Power Policy : Disabled
PD Disconnect-Detection Mode : DC

<VCN-SW-01>

Regarding the loss of connection with the IPBX, I put in place a script that ping continues this latter. And no packet loss is recorded to the IPBX every time all the phones fall.

Help please.

Regards

 

VoIP-Buddy
Trusted Contributor

Re: 5510 / 5130 : all Mitel IP phones fall at the same time and regularly.

Ferdo,

It would be helpful to know what version of Comware code you have runniong on both switches.  Also, how many phones are connected to the switches?  What model phones are they?

Is there anything going on on your network at the time all of the phones fail?  A bunch of system backups or other large file transfers perhaps?  It is unusual to have all of them fail at the same time.

Thanks!
David

ferdo
Advisor

Re: 5510 / 5130 : all Mitel IP phones fall at the same time and regularly.

Hi David,

Thank you for your answer.

My network core consists of a stack of 3 HP 5510 and 5130 distribution switches that are connected to it by fiber. IP phones are Mitel 5312 models. There are 210 users on my network. Every 10 days on average, all phones reboot almost at the same time, and no longer work. The only solution for them to work again, is to restart the switches. There is no particular event that causes this problem, nor backup or transfer of large files. As attachments the configuration files of the core network and one of the distribution switch. 

Is there anything wrong in this configuration, which can explain this problem ?

Thank you for your help.

Regards

Ferdo

 

ferdo
Advisor

Re: 5510 / 5130 : all Mitel IP phones fall at the same time and regularly.

Hi David,

Here are Comware version

<VCN-SW-02>dis version

HPE Comware Software, Version 7.1.045, Release 3116P05

Copyright (c) 2010-2017 Hewlett Packard Enterprise Development LP

HPE 5130 48G PoE+ 4SFP+ EI Switch uptime is 0 weeks, 4 days, 22 hours, 19 minutes

Last reboot reason : USER reboot

Boot image: flash:/5130ei-cmw710-boot-r3116p05.bin

Boot image version: 7.1.045, Release 3116P05

Compiled Sep 05 2017 16:00:00

System image: flash:/5130ei-cmw710-system-r3116p05.bin

System image version: 7.1.045, Release 3116P05

Compiled Sep 05 2017 16:00:00

Slot 1:

Uptime is 0 weeks,4 days,22 hours,19 minutes

HPE 5130 48G PoE+ 4SFP+ EI JG937A with 1 Processor

BOARD TYPE: 5130-48G-PoE+-4SFP+ EI

DRAM: 1024M bytes

FLASH: 512M bytes

PCB 1 Version: VER.B

Bootrom Version: 147

CPLD 1 Version: 002

Release Version: HPE 5130 48G PoE+ 4SFP+ EI JG937A-3116P05

Patch Version : None

Reboot Cause : UserReboot

[SubSlot 0] 48GE+4SFP Plus

Slot 2:

Uptime is 0 weeks,4 days,22 hours,19 minutes

HPE 5130 48G PoE+ 4SFP+ EI JG937A with 1 Processor

BOARD TYPE: 5130-48G-PoE+-4SFP+ EI

DRAM: 1024M bytes

FLASH: 512M bytes

PCB 1 Version: VER.B

Bootrom Version: 147

CPLD 1 Version: 002

Release Version: HPE 5130 48G PoE+ 4SFP+ EI JG937A-3116P05

Patch Version : None

Reboot Cause : UserReboot

[SubSlot 0] 48GE+4SFP Plus

<VCN-SW-02>

------------------------------------------

<VCN-SW-COEUR>dis version

HPE Comware Software, Version 7.1.045, Release 1121P03

Copyright (c) 2010-2016 Hewlett Packard Enterprise Development LP

HPE 5510 24G 4SFP+ HI 1-slot Switch JH145A uptime is 0 weeks, 5 days, 2 hours, 11 minutes

Last reboot reason : User reboot

Boot image: flash:/5510hi-cmw710-boot-r1121p03.bin

Boot image version: 7.1.045, Release 1121P03

Compiled Dec 14 2016 16:00:00

System image: flash:/5510hi-cmw710-system-r1121p03.bin

System image version: 7.1.045, Release 1121P03

Compiled Dec 14 2016 16:00:00

Slot 1:

Uptime is 0 weeks,5 days,2 hours,11 minutes

HPE 5510 24G 4SFP+ HI 1-slot Switch JH145A with 2 Processors

BOARD TYPE: 5510 24G 4SFP+ HI 1-slot Switch

DRAM: 1984M bytes

FLASH: 512M bytes

PCB 1 Version: VER.A

Bootrom Version: 123

CPLD 1 Version: 003

Release Version: HPE 5510 24G 4SFP+ HI 1-slot Switch JH145A-1121P03

Patch Version : None

Reboot Cause : UserReboot

[SubSlot 0] 24GE+4SFP Plus

[SubSlot 1] 2*QSFP

Slot 2:

Uptime is 0 weeks,5 days,2 hours,11 minutes

HPE 5510 24G 4SFP+ HI 1-slot Switch JH145A with 2 Processors

BOARD TYPE: 5510 24G 4SFP+ HI 1-slot Switch

DRAM: 1984M bytes

FLASH: 512M bytes

PCB 1 Version: VER.A

Bootrom Version: 123

CPLD 1 Version: 003

Release Version: HPE 5510 24G 4SFP+ HI 1-slot Switch JH145A-1121P03

Patch Version : None

Reboot Cause : UserReboot

[SubSlot 0] 24GE+4SFP Plus

[SubSlot 1] 2*QSFP

Slot 3:

Uptime is 0 weeks,5 days,2 hours,11 minutes

HPE 5510 24G 4SFP+ HI 1-slot Switch JH145A with 2 Processors

BOARD TYPE: 5510 24G 4SFP+ HI 1-slot Switch

DRAM: 1984M bytes

FLASH: 512M bytes

PCB 1 Version: VER.A

Bootrom Version: 123

CPLD 1 Version: 003

Release Version: HPE 5510 24G 4SFP+ HI 1-slot Switch JH145A-1121P03

Patch Version : None

Reboot Cause : UserReboot

[SubSlot 0] 24GE+4SFP Plus

[SubSlot 1] 2*QSFP

<VCN-SW-COEUR>

 

Regards

Ferdo