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Power down procedure for Avaya SE

Power down procedure for Avaya SE

Power down procedure for Avaya SE

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Dear expert,

I am going to power down two Avaya SE and three IPO500.

What is the normal procedures for:

1. Primary se
2. Secondly se
3 IPO500 which connect the idap and analog extensions.

Also should I press the se power button after shounting down the server? Or just unplug the power cables?

RE: Power down procedure for Avaya SE

power down the secondary (webportal port 7070)
power down the primary
unplug the IP500's I never shut them down via manager options

to power them up start with the primary, then the secondary and then the IP500's

Joe
FHandw, ACSS (SME)

"Dew knot truss yore Spell Cheque"

RE: Power down procedure for Avaya SE

And in case it's a IP500 V1, make sure you have a spare power supply available.

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