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PBX IP address

PBX IP address

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How do I find the IP address of PBX using Avaya Site Administrator?  

RE: PBX IP address

What type PBX? Hardware platform? Definity / CM software version?

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RE: PBX IP address

List node-names

RE: PBX IP address

node-names map a name to an ip address only. Although possible, it does not mean that the ip address or node-name is used in any other programming or part of the customer's network.

In legacy pbx, ip addresses are associated with clan boards, valboard, medpro boards

In linux platform pbx the linux server ip address is programmed with a web browser. And like the legacy pbx, can have clan, medpro, valboard, media-gateway, lsp, and ess server ip addresses.

The newest linux platform servers can also use procr as the pbx ip address which can include previous clan funtionality.

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bsh

36 years Bell, AT&T, Lucent, Avaya
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