Sipelia™ 2.11 SR1 includes the following known issues.
|All||897737||If, on the network interface that is used by Sipelia™
Desk or the Sipelia™ plugin, the IPv6 protocol is
enabled (in addition to IPv4) and this interface has an operational IPv6
address, then by default, RabbitMQ uses the IPv6 connection. As a result,
machines without an IPv6 address cannot connect to the Message broker.
Workaround: Ensure that all machines in the system have an operational IPv6 address, or do the following:
|Siedle||873119||If one or more Siedle intercoms that work behind the Siedle Access
Server have the same extensions as any Sipelia™ entity, then audio issues might
be observed. This issue can occur if, for example, on the Sipelia™ side, a Security
Center user is assigned to
extension 1001, and on the Siedle Access server, one of the intercoms also
has extension 1001. This problem is independent of the dial-plan rules and
the trunk configuration between Sipelia™ and Siedle systems. This issue
applies to Siedle Access Server V.4.0.0 Build 1056.
Workaround: Change the configuration of Sipelia™ and/or Siedle Access Server so that they avoid using of same extensions.