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Avaya Aura - Third-Party SIP Phones /Survivability

Avaya Aura - Third-Party SIP Phones /Survivability

Avaya Aura - Third-Party SIP Phones /Survivability

Hi Sirs:
I have some third-party SIP phones (Huawei brand) that I have already connected to an Aura 10.1 platform without any issue.
1) Have any of you conducted SURVIVABILITY TESTs with any third-party SIP phones to make them behave in the same way as explained in this URL?
2) What technical requirements should a third-party SIP phone have to behave the same way as an Avaya J100 phone in terms of SURVIVABILITY?

I would greatly appreciate any comments or guidance you can provide.

RE: Avaya Aura - Third-Party SIP Phones /Survivability

Avaya SIP phones support PPM - personal profile manager - and that's what includes list of servers to register to - including the BSM.

Your Huawei SIP phone would not support that, so it must have some list of servers to register to and failover/failback settings.

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