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MAS NIC speed configuration

MAS NIC speed configuration

MAS NIC speed configuration

Hello folks,

Do you know the NIC configuration for the MAS connection?
At this moment I have been searching best practice for this process but I am not sure about the information I found.

Is there an specific speed I need to have in the NIC?

Kind regards
Juan Cardoza

RE: MAS NIC speed configuration

It really depends on what your port speed is set for on the network side. But i usually set it to auto

Ken Means

"I find that the harder I work, the more luck I seem to have."
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RE: MAS NIC speed configuration

Goku... remember that in the Exchange storage server version of Modular Messaging that you can't mix-n-match hardware. In other words, you can't use an Avaya MAS with a CPE (customer provided hardware)MAS. Both sides (MAS NIC and Customer NIC) must be set the same.

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