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Avaya G450 Modules not coming up by default

Avaya G450 Modules not coming up by default

Avaya G450 Modules not coming up by default

I acquired a G450 Switch with MM716 MM717 and MM711 modules in it with an S8300 Module.
I am trying to perform basic testing on the modules to see if they are functioning properly but I get no tone out of them. I reset the switch with the jumper connector and log into unit and see all of the modules in the show settings. Do they come up by default or is there programming that must be performed?
Please advise and thanks in advance for any help!

RE: Avaya G450 Modules not coming up by default

This question should be put in the Avaya CM forum. Anyhow, there has to be programming in the 8300 processor to give dial tone from those modules.

RE: Avaya G450 Modules not coming up by default

ok thx but what if i take the S8300 Processor out? Should I repost this to the Avaya CM Fprumn?

RE: Avaya G450 Modules not coming up by default

Taking the processor out won't help, the gateway and installed modules are controlled by the processor. There has to be some programming set up to allow for dialtone. The modules are pretty rock solid though.

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