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Nortel/Avaya IP 1230 Help Setting Terminal Number

Nortel/Avaya IP 1230 Help Setting Terminal Number

Nortel/Avaya IP 1230 Help Setting Terminal Number

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For the life of me I cannot get to the phones setting to program the node and terminal number? I can access the menu (press 4 buttons left to right) and get to other settings just not the TN and node? We have a CS1000 not using SIP.

RE: Nortel/Avaya IP 1230 Help Setting Terminal Number

The switch (CS1000) prompts for the TN and node ID and stores them in a specific area of the phone's non-volatile memory. You cannot configure these values from the phone menus.

RE: Nortel/Avaya IP 1230 Help Setting Terminal Number

For the CS1000 system, you need to have port 4100 but the BCM uses port 7000. Once the S1 has the setting of the CS1000 signalling Server, then you will be prompted for thr TN.

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