probably this is not the cause, but I remember that I had to change MTU on my network with similar symptoms..
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I have (among others) a 7970, this is the sscp.conf. The 7970 has 2 lines. One especially for a door bell.
I have one 7970, that is working fine under 810 using SCCP. I just used the instructions in with Wiki after a fresh install.
I am installing an Insteon thermostat, and was wondering if there is a way to display the current temperature in the web orbiter from the device state field?
Hmm, this is most strange.Hi,
The server had malfunctioned for some days when I wrote my question. Being away for some days, and today I picked the server out of the closet to do some investigations as suggested above. Power on - and everything works....
So I seem to have a self healing server, which in one way is very nice, but I hate to have these situations when I cannot find the cause of the fault. Most likely it'll come back again.
Thanks for you good suggestions, I'll save then until it's needed again. ;-)
have a look in your PM folder
be sure to go to launch manager, and shut down core and media station.
then from a console:
That will re-flash your media database with a fresh copy from the release.