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Avaya PCD on TCP port 5010

Avaya PCD on TCP port 5010

Avaya PCD on TCP port 5010

I'm getting ready to sniff an Avaya solution. CM3.1.5 server to IPSI controlled port network.

What will the heartbeat look like on the capture? I know Avaya calls it a Packet Control Driver (PCD), and it's sent through TCP port 5010.

I'm looking for packet loss or network latency. I have verified all ports and endpoints are locked 100/Full.


RE: Avaya PCD on TCP port 5010

rtp(Ip voice) traffic is sent via the medpro board . there are commands to run from within the cm to check latency , wireshark on a hub connected to the network will really need to look at the medpro , also how many ipsi are on the setup you need to look at the gipsi(golden ipsi if there is more that one)


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