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Small Community Network On WAN Port

Small Community Network On WAN Port

Small Community Network On WAN Port

(OP)
Hi, My question is that IP Office Small Community Network work can on WAN port(LAN2). Today I have a problem in IP Office 9.0 LAN port faulty and I change same IP address on WAN port (LAN2). Everything working fine but SCN not working. In system status H323 Line also ideal. When dial out to other IP Office showing on phone busy. Kindly any help. Thanks

RE: Small Community Network On WAN Port

Did you change the IP routing from LAN1 to LAN2 on your routes to the other SCNs

RE: Small Community Network On WAN Port

(OP)
Yes I change the IP rout from LAN 1 to LAN 2 but same problem.

RE: Small Community Network On WAN Port

Bit hard to diagnose from the above. SysMon traces showing the problem would help or config file excluding any personal info...

Thanks, Tim
Adelaide, Australia

RE: Small Community Network On WAN Port

Try switching the line from property to websocket. Make one server and other one client. and set same password for both. Reboot both systems and test.

RE: Small Community Network On WAN Port

Hey,
I have been through a long ticket with Avaya about SCN issues via WAN. Basically if you have ACCS, IPOCC or some CTI application you are going to have issues with call control from other sites.
So as a rule, I would suggest sticking with LAN1 to LAN1. Chassis are not too expensive

RE: Small Community Network On WAN Port

Agree with @dbuxton101 here. I recently had issues with one of my ports on my chassis so I purchased a replacement and it was cheap - now all working fine.

Thanks, Tim
Adelaide, Australia

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