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RTC and E2T IP Address

RTC and E2T IP Address

RTC and E2T IP Address

(OP)
Hello Guys,

Can you please help me how to change the ip address of RTC and E2T step by step procedure. I'm using MXE III MCD 6.0 SP3

I really appreciated for the reply.

Thanks.

Sadic

RE: RTC and E2T IP Address


You no longer need to login to Mitel to view documentation. Check the technicians handbook. It details RTC and E2T address changes: http://edocs.mitel.com/default.htm

Changing the RTC is easy enough - change it directly via vxworks or via the ESM.
But changing the E2T will depend on whether it currently gets it's IP address using static addressing or DHCP. You probably will need to change the E2T first.

You will also need to change any DHCP scopes to point to the new RTC address - for the phones to keep working.

If you are networking with other MiVB's you will need to change the ICP/PBX assignments to match so IP trunking keeps working.

RE: RTC and E2T IP Address

(OP)
Hi Techymitel,

Thank you techymitel this will very helpul to me. Again thank you so much..

Regards,

Sadic

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