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Settings that reboot IP Office 11

Settings that reboot IP Office 11

Settings that reboot IP Office 11


How can I determine which settings require a reboot? Is there documentation somewhere?

I need to change the Line settings for a PRI, to enable "Send original calling party for forwarded and twinning calls"


RE: Settings that reboot IP Office 11

Use web manager, if it tells you the setting can only be changed offline then it needs a reboot.

Or in Manager press F1. The help for most menus says if they need a reboot or which of the settings in the menu do.

Stuck in a never ending cycle of file copying.

RE: Settings that reboot IP Office 11

Mergeable Settings

I usually just make the change and when you go to save it pay attention to the prompt - it will default to what's required.
You can cancel out of it all if you're not ready to reboot, or you can schedule it of course.

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