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Using SMGR 8.1.3 as for SCEP

Using SMGR 8.1.3 as for SCEP

Using SMGR 8.1.3 as for SCEP

(OP)
Hi folks

I need to setup SCEP.

I don't want to go too far outside Avaya and have read that with SMGR 8.1.3.x, SMGR can be used for SCEP.

Has anyone done this yet and if so, did you happen to document the processes? And, if documented, is that process accessible? I've been searching for something all day and though I may have run across the process, I believe I'm ignorant of what I'm reading. bigsmile

I read through the post from ways back when it was SMGR 7.1. Being a novice to this, the many options served to give me a headache. I would like one way to make it work, probably the simplest and least secure, then once I see it, I can branch out to the 802.1x and more secure options.

Thanks!

RE: Using SMGR 8.1.3 as for SCEP

What phone firmware are you running? Avaya does not have the skillset to support 802.1x deployments. I am talking a year for the developers to even look at the logs. They ended up saying “not supported on h323.”

RE: Using SMGR 8.1.3 as for SCEP

(OP)
Thanks,

Yes, I'm seeing Avaya doing a lot of integrations but not supporting them lately.

RE: Using SMGR 8.1.3 as for SCEP

If you are doing an H323 deployment Avaya's answer for any issue is to migrate to SIP. Avaya is not supporting H323 802.1x deployments. I found a bug with daylight savings where Avaya is telling the customer to change the time through the 46xxsettings file each year instead of fixing their code or migrate to SIP.

RE: Using SMGR 8.1.3 as for SCEP

(OP)
Apologies for not answering your original question - I'm using the J179 with the latest firmware 4.1.1.0.7

RE: Using SMGR 8.1.3 as for SCEP

(OP)
I'm afraid that is becoming another commonality, work around rather than correct....

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