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IP Dect 800Bi - Multi Cell setup

IP Dect 800Bi - Multi Cell setup

IP Dect 800Bi - Multi Cell setup

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Hi all,

We have recently setup a client on iPECS Cloud with a 3 base station GDC 800Bi. Once setup the units work really well but I have to be honest and admit that I have never setup these units using the multicell function previously. The 3 handsets are required to roam between 3 separate buildings which house a base station each.
The issue we have is that site seem to have quite a lot of power issues and the units are restarted inadvertently and when they re-connect they can sometimes startup with 2 primary bases which confuses the handsets and they have issues using them. How should the Dect chains be setup initially and how can you prevent this multiple primary situation from occurring?

A UPS is being suggested to them also.

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