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Guest services on hospitality Cluster

Guest services on hospitality Cluster

Guest services on hospitality Cluster

Hi Guys Ii have a issue,
Guest service don't work on hospitality cluster, is there a work around?

RE: Guest services on hospitality Cluster

Must you have the hospitality options enabled on each node in the cluster or is it centrally controlled? I've never had the opportunity to set up a cluster.

RE: Guest services on hospitality Cluster

It is centrally controlled, Hospitality option is enable on 1 node.

RE: Guest services on hospitality Cluster

Assuming 3300 MiVoice on recent S/W

Don't you have to set one controller as the hospitality gateway in the hotel options form or have you already done this ?

RE: Guest services on hospitality Cluster

I have already done that.

RE: Guest services on hospitality Cluster

Did you get this fixed? What console are you trying this from?.
There is an option in the MiVBC that has to be enabled for the guest services function to work. If i recall it was a little hidden.


RE: Guest services on hospitality Cluster

@ Caknfd,
No I did not get it to worked. I'm using 5540 console, apparently Mitel don't support Guest Services feature in hospitality Cluster. In order for me to get this feature I will have to switched to MiVoice Business console.

@Floppy1- Yes one of the controller is set as hospitality gateway.

RE: Guest services on hospitality Cluster

The other option is to simply remove the hospitality Gateway from the primary controller and set the PMS direct to the IP address of both controllers separately

We have done this successfully but the PMS provider will need the individual IP addresses of each controller and the guest room extension numbers on each.

We did this on a two controller that were clustered but we did this before setting the primary controller as a hospitality Gateway so not sure what the consequences are and we were not using a 5540 console for guest services.

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