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Cha IP Address on Avaya IR

Cha IP Address on Avaya IR

Cha IP Address on Avaya IR

Does anyone know how to change the ip address of an Avaya IR 1.2 Sunfire 280R r1.22 running Avaya IVR Core Solaris 8, Update 7?


RE: Cha IP Address on Avaya IR

  I'm not familiar with the IR product, but if it's running Solaris, similar to CMS, there is a file, /etc/hosts, that contains all of the IP addresses.


RE: Cha IP Address on Avaya IR

Thank you Kevin.  I'll take all the help i can get.

RE: Cha IP Address on Avaya IR

The following are the steps needed to point an Avaya IR to a back-up host server.  I'm assuming your IR is running the cleo tn3270 client.

The following are the steps to re-configure the IR tn3270 connection to point to either the Back-up Gateways in "X" Location or to the Primary Gateways in "X" Location.

Begin the process by typing the following

•    hlogout xxxxxxx     (xxxx=application name)
•    hfree xxxxxx        (xxx=application name)
•    stop_vs

Once the system has stopped type the following:
•    tnconfig -h NN.NN.N.NN -n 96  (Where NN.NN.N.NN is the IP for the server) (96 is the number of ports)
After issuing the tnconfig command, go to the directory /cleo and type the following:
•    cp tn3270a.new tn3270-1a.txt
Then type:
•    cp tn3270b.new tn3270-1b.txt
At this point restart the voice system.  Once the voice system started reassign the application to the host channels by typing the following:
•    hassign xxxxxx to all    (xxxx=application name)

To view the host connection type the following:

•    hstatus all |pg

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