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Remote Avaya D100/160

Remote Avaya D100/160

Remote Avaya D100/160

Hello Team Members.
It is possible to connect a D100 to a remote site over VPN? At the moment the customer has a couple of 1608 connected to the remote site but needs mobility so a D100 with a couple of D160 would be great.
Second Question the customer has D100 on the main site, will this conflict with the remote D100?



RE: Remote Avaya D100/160

There's a limit of 4 D100 base stations per IPO. You should be fine to add a second base and a couple handsets at the remote site. There's no problem with VPN traffic, but be aware that the D100/160 does not support VLANs.

- Qz

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