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Migration from Avaya G650 gateways to G450 gateways

Migration from Avaya G650 gateways to G450 gateways

Migration from Avaya G650 gateways to G450 gateways

We are looking to replace the current G650 gateways with G450 gateways. Three questions:
Will the digital and analog stations need to reprogrammed because of the slot/card changes?
Will the IP sets that currently register to the PROC-R need to be reprogrammed?
Will the PRI circuits that will move from the old G650s to the new G450s need to be reprogrammed?

Thanks in advance for your assistance

RE: Migration from Avaya G650 gateways to G450 gateways

Yes, the port changed
No. Did you mean "CLAN"? If so, then yes. Hopefully you can do this with option 242. Get everyone on PROCR before the migration.
No... they already register to PROCR
Yes - "change ds1" and "change trunk" and "change sign"

I'd recommend hiring a partner who uses ProVision to make this move, especially if you are trying to flash cut over to it as opposed to something at a more leisurely pace.

RE: Migration from Avaya G650 gateways to G450 gateways

I would run the install the G450s first and then you can move stuff over whenever you want. Once all moved you can start the turn down of the G650s. Not need for a big bang.

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