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2.1.31 and 2.1.18 vm released today, posted on the web site

RE: 2.1.31

...and please please please, you IP403 maintainers, note the upgrade to 2.99(1000) before 2.1(31). Yet another two stage upgrade process.

RE: 2.1.31

And it is a PIG if you don't read the notes and just upgrade insing the Wizard. My 403 continually rebooted after I tried to go from 2.1.27 to 2.1.31 without going via 2.99 and it has just cost me several hours to put it back to how it was. What a performance!

This is a MUST READ http://support.avaya.com/elmodocs2/ip_office/tech/Global_IP_Office_Tech_Bulletin_Number_37.pdf

even though the date is wrong and a lot of the version nubers it uses in examples are also wrong.

RE: 2.1.31

It really would be so much nicer if Avaya spent a day of some programmers time to make the upgrade wizard smarter - it knowns what type of unit you're upgrading, it knows what software the unit already has, they could so easily as a minimum build some automatic warnings into the process.

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