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SwyxWare v4.33 Hotfix 2 (kb2899)

The information in this article applies to:

  • SwyxWare CD v4.33
  • SwyxWare v4.33

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Summary

Swyx releases the SwyxWare v4.33 Hotfix 2.

Please note the common hints on hotfixes in the following Knowledgebase article:


Information

This hotfix 2 contains also the previous hotfix

and resolves the following problems:

 

  • 'NoExtensionTimeout' does not work as expected.
    (Swyx00008161 - Hotfix 2)
     
  • Calls may not be disconnected if LinkMgr sends H.225 Progress message on third party links.
    (Swyx00008227 - Hotfix 2)
     
  • SwyxServer checks during client login if that client can be reached on TCP Port 135 (RPC endpoint mapper). The login fails if not. Without connectivity on port 135 DCOM won't work at all. If a client with blocked port 135 connects to a server, Microsoft's DCOM subsystem may stall on the server.
    (Workaround - Hotfix 2)
     
  • SwyxGate service didn't stop.
    (Swyx00007722 - Hotfix 1)
     
  • No early tones if SwyxLink call is routed through remote SwyxGate.
    (Swyx00008071 - Hotfix 1)
     
  • The Speaker does not always work with L420e.
    (Swyx00008078 - Hotfix 1)
     
  • It's not possbile to send DTMF tones after pressing a single * or #.
    (Swyx00008083 - Hotfix 1)
     
  • Changing the alert sound within a "ConnectTo" block will lead to ignoring the configured timeout.
    (Swyx00008103 - Hotfix 1)
     
  • Switching to handfree mode during a call terminates this call.
    (Swyx00008110 - Hotfix 1)
     
  • No more gateway calls are possible after automatic restart of IpPbxGate service.
    (Swyx00008111 - Hotfix 1)
     
  • 'NoExtensionTimeout' does not work as expected.
    (Swyx00008161 - Hotfix 1)
     

Further informations and a detailed installation instruction can be found in the included README.TXT file.


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