What's "Q.850; cause=xx" code stand for in SIP
Last modified date: 2019/06/01 Views: 5696
Description

Sometimes, when there is a failed call, phone LCD will show “Q.850; cause=xx”, Customer want to know what’s that means, and if it possible to ask the phone don’t show that?


Cause

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Resolution


1.  About What’s “Q.850; cause=xx” code stand for in sip , please refer to the below link:

http://www.doc88.com/p-3794314085635.html

 

2.   If customer don’t want phone LCD show “Q.850; cause=xx”, please use auto provisioning feature to configure the below sentence:

sip.call_fail_use_reason.enable=0

More Information

For more information about how to auto provisioning, please refer to below guide:

Yealink_SIP-T2_Series_T4_Series_T5_Series_CP920_IP_Phones_Administrator_Guide


Product Type
SIP-T58V , VP59 , SIP-T58A , SIP-T56A , T57W , T54W , T53W , T53 , SIP-T54S , SIP-T52S , SIP VP-T49G , T4S , SIP-T48G , SIP-T46S , SIP-T42S , SIP-T42G , SIP-T41P , SIP-T40G , SIP-T40P , SIP-T29G , SIP-T27G , SIP-T23G , SIP-T23P , SIP-T21(P) E2 , SIP-T19(P) E2 , W60P , W53P , W52P , W41P , CP860 , SIP-T27P
Version
ALL
200/200
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