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xprv7 to h4kv5

xprv7 to h4kv5

xprv7 to h4kv5

Hi all,
question is it possible to connect XPRV7 to hipath4000v5 using IP connection?
windows server 2012 or 2016 64bit is it compatible with their system hipath4000v5 and xprv7?



RE: xprv7 to h4kv5

You can connect to XPR V7 to a HiPath 4000 V4 or V5 using CorNet-IP. I can't help much beyond the docs, as we've since moved on to OSV and XPR V8.

From the OpenScape Xpressions V7 Server Installation Guide, dated 11/2014:
Server 2003 (R2) and Server 2008 are recommended for new installations.

Connecting a HiPath 4000 V5.0 differs only in one point from connecting a HiPath
4000 V4.0 (see Section D.6, “Connecting HiPath 4000 V4.0 (CorNet-IP)”, on
page 454):
1. Start the XPR monitor.
2. Open the Modules of <XPR server name> window.
3. Doubleclick on CtiApl.
4. Doubleclick on Edit Settings.
5. Doubleclick the HiPath 4000 V5.0 entry.
6. Activate the ACSE (Association Control Service Element) checkbox.
7. Click on OK.

Maintain HiPath 4000 V5 & V6, OpenScape Xpert V4 & V6, OpenScape Xpressions V7, OpenScape Contact Center V8, OpenScape Voice V9

RE: xprv7 to h4kv5

Hi Lopath,

thanks for the information,i'll try first your recommendation ,

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